Bursting the Bubble – Shooting In Tel Aviv On New Year’s Day

Every once in a while, something happens which creates a hole in the imaginary bubble I have created around myself. I live within the walls of this bubble. All my friends and family… Continue reading

Israel Multilingual Job Fair

There are a lot of people, living in Israel for various reasons, who are not native Hebrew-speakers. Or sometimes, not Hebrew-speakers at all. The language barrier can of course create a bit of… Continue reading

Swedes Protesting in Tel Aviv: “Don’t Treat Israel Differently”

In Sweden we have a saying that goes: Det finns inget dåligt väder, bara dåliga kläder (There is no bad weather, only bad clothes). Because in a country where it rains and snows… Continue reading

Questioning Media’s Interpretation of Margot Wallström’s Words

Not that I like to write about politics, and not that I feel any need what so ever to protect our Swedish minister of foreign affairs, Margot Wallström, and I definitely do not… Continue reading

When Bon Jovi Took Over Tel Aviv

A lot of people these days give me a weird look when I say I like Bon Jovi, as if it was somehow a crime against music to listen to their songs. But… Continue reading

Let Aylan Be A Wake Up Call To The World

“Unfortunately, their is a dead child laying here outside my front door, but it’s not my fault.”

My thoughts on the Syrian refugee crisis in Europe.

Sex År Som Svensk I Israel

(The following text is in Swedish) Här kommer ett inlägg på svenska, för det vill ju till att man även över sig i att skriva på sitt modersmål mellan varven, så att man… Continue reading

“Only In Israel”

During the past six years of living in this crazy little Middle Eastern country called Israel, I’ve experienced all kinds of things, for better and for worse. Some of the things one gets… Continue reading

A Dog’s Life In Tel Aviv

I woke up this morning and felt it’s time for a guest post here on my blog. And for this purpose I’ve chosen someone very special. I’ve known this guy for three years… Continue reading

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