Birthright Israel dedicated a memorial site in northern Israel to Max Steinberg, an American who died fighting for the Jewish state.
A scholarship endowment fund has been established in memory of Max Steinberg, an American lone soldier killed in Gaza during the summer’s Operation Protective Edge.
The sister of American-Israeli lone soldier Max Steinberg, who was killed during this summer’s Gaza operation, has moved to Israel.
A memorial service for fallen Israel Defense Forces soldier Max Steinberg, a California native, drew 1,000 people.
Condolence letters from Israeli leaders sent to the family of lone soldier Max Steinberg, who died fighting in Gaza, were published by a Jewish Journal reporter.
The family of the late American-Israeli soldier Max Steinberg visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Slate’s Allison Benedikt writes that L.A. native Max Steinberg, killed during fighting with Gaza, was brainwashed by Birthright. Elissa Strauss says that’s untrue — and dishonors his memory.
A crowd estimated at 30,000 attended the funeral for Max Steinberg, an American lone soldier who was killed in Gaza.
Three days before he was killed fighting for Israel in Gaza, American Nissim Sean Carmeli sprained his ankle, and a doctor asked the Texan if he wanted to heal before going into action.
The death of a 24-year-old Birthright graduate from Los Angeles has brought home the war in Gaza to the affluent community where he was raised.