Posts Tagged jewish
On June 6th & 7th 2007, my husband and I hosted a conference call Convergence Northwest Conference 2007. This conference brought members of the Israeli Government, Retired IDF General’s and retired Israeli Police Foreign press spokes person to Vancouver to educate the American people about Israel the State, Culture and Conflict and the need for [...]
Front Cover of the Maariv Newpaper Article
Recently Made Headlines in the Highly Read Newspaper
In early 2010 a Jewish man found Tani’s website and Facebook page. Haim Gurewich, contacted Tani to thank her for her support of Israel and shortly thereafter Tani and Haim began communicating about her upcoming trip to Israel. Haim [...]
Every now and then we need to take a step back and find some humor in the midst of strife. If you can’t laugh, you will surely end up in deep depression. That might be what’s wrong with many Americans. We often times focus on the trials of today, and lack hope for tomorrow.
Israel is [...]
The Kotel Wall is where Shavout is celebrated
The Gentile Ruth is celebrated on Shavuos~here we are celebrating Israel's freedom in an old bunker from 1948.
In Judaism there are many holidays known as the Holy Convocations or Spring and Fall Feasts, one celebration is Shavuos or Shavuot.
In America we have holidays like Memorial Day, the [...]
Mideast Paradigm Viewed Through Midwest Lens: A Wake-Up Call From Governor Mike Huckabee
By Jeff Daube
As a veteran pro-Israel advocate on Capitol Hill from 1994 to 2007, and now a denizen of the Knesset in my current role directing the ZOA’s Israel office, I have met many a legislator on both sides of the Atlantic. More [...]
What do they have in common?
Recently my husband and I went to see the movie Avatar. I really didnʼt know what to think and quite honestly, didnʼt really care because Iʼm not a science fiction person. I must admit though the 3-D effects were awesome right from the beginning. This Hollywood movie is set in [...]
Shabbat, also know as the Sabbath, has always been somewhat misunderstood in the world of faith except to the Jewish people. As a person of faith myself, I lacked my own understanding and struggled with the fourth commandment that says, “Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy”. This scripture continues on to give [...]
Tani Zarelli Heart of Israel
Shalom from Israel
Yisroel and I arrived in Israel on Monday, February 9th. The day ended with my luggage going to Barcelona, Spain! So we made our journey to the Jerusalem Mall to get some needed necessities for me.
This experience reminded me of why it is so important for American’s to understand [...]