Diana Bletter


Arab Israeli Women Tune In For Advice

By Diana Bletter

Arab Israeli Women Tune In For Advice
Dored Zarkawi’s popular radio talk show is devoted to helping Arab Israeli women solve their most pressing problems.Read More


Age 18 in the Western Galilee: Youths Await IDF Enlistment

By Diana Bletter

Dagan Jacobi looks like he’ll always be more comfortable holding a surfboard than an M-16. When he’s not studying for his high school finals, the 18-year-old with a sun tattoo etched onto his right shoulder blade is riding the waves of the Mediterranean Sea, which laps the edge of his farming village, Shavei Zion, in Israel’s WesternRead More






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