Category Archive: Israel

“Tel Aviv-Yafo Loves All Genders” – Gay Pride Parade 2015

If there is one thing about Israel which I always was very appreciative of, it’s the contrasts. Often people ask me why I live in Israel, and to be honest, it was never… Continue reading

Being A Swedish Student At IDC Herzeliya In Israel

Today I had the pleasure of attending a meeting at my school, IDC Herzeliya, between members of IDC and three University professors from Sweden. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss possible… Continue reading

Words You Cannot Live Without After Some Time In Israel

Living in Israel may affect different people in different ways, but one thing we all seem to have in common; we pick up on the same words. I have yet to meet a… Continue reading

Jouvenir – A Platform For Creative Minds Inspired By Israeli Culture

“The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul” – Dieter F. Uchtdorf I always had a strong desire to create, for as long as I can remember.… Continue reading

Wine Tasting in the Tasting Room, Tel Aviv

Yesterday I had the pleasure of taking part of a wine tasting event in the Tasting Room, a bar and wine store located in the historic Sarona Complex in Tel Aviv. The bar… Continue reading

Let’s “Dance For Peace”!

A few weeks ago, I saw an invitation among my Facebook notifications to this event called Dance For Peace. A party with the aim to dance for peace in the Middle East. Finally,… Continue reading

Building Bridges Against Anti-Semitism and Racism

During the last few days, Israeli news sources have been flooded with articles about a broadcast which was sent in Swedish TV on January 21st, where the program Uppdrag Granskning uncovered worrying signs… Continue reading

Culture Clashes – War vs. Winter

We develop weird mentalities depending on where we live. During the last week Israel experienced a storm, and I will agree it was quite windy (in fact some people almost blew away). Parts… Continue reading

Celebrating “Chrismekkah” in Israel

One of the biggest downsides with living away from your homecountry is that you don’t always get to see your family as much as you would want to, and this can get especially… Continue reading

Why Israel?

Being Swedish and non-Jewish, one of the questions I get asked the most frequently is; “Why do you stay in Israel?” When Israelis ask me this, they usually sound honestly curious, as if… Continue reading

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