Israel’s Security Deteriorates as Middle East Turmoil Grows

By Jennifer Hanin, March 22, 2011

No one knows better that Israel lives in a tough neighborhood than Act For Israel Media Fellow, Chuck DeVore. Violence aimed at Israel erupted all around DeVore during his week-long visit to see exactly what the Jewish State is up against. DeVore details repeat attacks on Israel and how some news sources attempted to justify [...]

How Much Terrorism Would YOUR Country Take?

By Jennifer Hanin, March 17, 2011

Somehow, the world seems to criticize Israel’s right to defend itself whether the attack comes via Qassam rockets, suicide bombers, “human rights activists” from Turkey armed with metal clubs and knifes or the latest, Charlie Manson style murders. Clearly, Israel has the right to defend its citizens from terrorists regardless of what form it comes [...]

Replacing Demonization with a Conversation

By Jennifer Hanin, March 3, 2011

There’s no doubt that if Israel’s critics compared the Jewish State to its Arab neighbors toe-to-toe, they would see that their criticisms of Israel were paltry when compared to the lack of democracy, human rights and individuals freedoms allowed in Arab countries. Alan Krinksy hits a high note with his article in the Sydney Morning [...]

UN Prefers to Focus on Israel Over Middle East Atrocities

By Jennifer Hanin, February 22, 2011

It’s a sad state of affairs when the UN has little interest in Middle East protesters that are getting slain daily yet puts its Security Council in overdrive to defame Israel. Act For Israel made mention of this today and regularly calls the UN out on its biased conduct towards Israel. Protesters in African nations [...]

Reminder: Don’t Miss Israeli Diplomat Ishmael Khaldi

By Jennifer Hanin, February 8, 2011

AmbassaDOR is partnering with Act For Israel to invite you to Cafe Israel, where Israeli diplomat Ishmael Khaldi will be on hand to share his amazing life experiences as chronicled in his new book: A Shepherd’s Journey: the Story of Israel’s First Bedouin Diplomat. Ready to be inspired? Don’t miss out! Click below for admission. Date: [...]

Why Israel Needs YOU!

By Jennifer Hanin, February 1, 2011

Act For Israel saw this article and had to feature it because it echos many sentiments of why we formed in the digital space. We know all too well that Israel’s fights are no longer just on the battlefield. They are on the internet. Every day, tens of thousands of anti-Zionists take their messages of [...]

Israel Needs More Ian McEwan’s

By Jennifer Hanin, January 29, 2011

It’s refreshing to see a British novelist and screenwriter like Ian McEwan stand up to Pro-Palestinian protestors and say no to their relentless call to boycott Israel. McEwan recently won this year’s Jerusalem Prize, and a pro-Palestinian group has continued to harangue the author/screenwriter over accepting the coveted award. The group has called McEwan’s acceptance [...]

Olmert vs. PaliLeaks

By Jennifer Hanin, January 27, 2011

Yesterday, Act For Israel covered the PaliLeaks, and put Qatar-based Al Jazeera in the hot-seat for dispersing a one-sided perspective of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process laced with distortions, fabrications and outright lies. Now, Act For Israel says: Move over PaliLeaks. Today, Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert releases selections from his upcoming autobiography that details [...]

PaliLeaks: Yawn…Tell Us Something New

By Jennifer Hanin, January 25, 2011

Yes, we all heard about the Palestinian Papers or PaliLeaks and what they may or may not mean for Israel and the Arab world. Forgive us if we yawn but these documents show nothing new except irresponsible journalism. And lots of it. Get ready for a doc dump of this mundane, dribble every day this [...]

Recycling Rumors Doesn’t Revive Peace

By Jennifer Hanin, January 21, 2011

Rumors are concerning regardless of the content are or who they hurt. It’s especially unhelpful when we hear recycled rumors about potential war in the Middle East. I think we’re all clear that the plight of the Palestinians is up to one group: the Palestinians. What Israelis or Americans do has no bearing on whether [...]