Israel’s Pfizer vaccine delivery leads global charge; U.S. struggles
By Mark Choy
Israel’s vaccine program leads the global effort, with 40.5% of its population already completely vaccinated. Its centralized effort and relationship with Pfizer appear to be paying dividends.
Conversely, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that only 10.6% of the U.S. ...
NSO Group continues to profit off nefarious activity; Israeli democracy does not
By Aaron Arnstein
Throughout its 72-year history, Israel’s groundbreaking technological developments have been well-documented. Firewall software, the USB flash disk and the GPS system Waze would not exist without the help of Israeli technological gurus.
One revolutionary company, however, is challe...
The case for rejoining the Iran Nuclear Deal
By Leila Riazi
President-elect Joe Biden will face significant challenges, both foreign and domestic, upon entering office. One of these is certainly going to be Iran policy. During a Democratic primary debate, then-candidate Biden, along with most of his Democratic colleagues, pledged to re-enter the Iran nuclear ...
Continued Israeli presence in Sinai Peninsula saves lives
By Aaron Arnstein
Since the country’s inception, Israel has been under constant threat by its neighbors.
Hezbollah-backed Lebanon in the North. The Assad dictatorship in the Northeast. The concern of an Intifada out of the West Bank. The presence of Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
Add a fifth ...
Israel can and must resolve the conflict in Ethiopia
By Jack Singelstad
A clash between Ethiopian military forces and separatists in the semi-autonomous region of Tigray in Northern Ethiopia threatens to move towards civil war. Israel must meet this moment to preserve security for a growing partner and affirm its intentions to maintain peace in the Middle East.
Biden vs. Trump: The competing cases for pro-Israel voters
By Logan Heller and Aaron Arnstein
Opinion editor Logan Heller faces off against Aaron Arnstein about which 2020 presidential candidate is best for Israel.
Rationalism vs. Radicalism: Why a Biden White House is Desperately Needed (Logan Heller)
Joseph Biden Sr. introduced the idea of a Jewish ...
Jewish Americans and the power of politics
By Mitzpeh Staff
With a lot at stake for the Jewish community in this presidential election, the ability for Jews to voice themselves through voting is more important than ever. The Jewish community often bases its support in the presidential election on a series of pressing issues, both domestic and foreign. On the home front, ...
Hillel brings a taste of Israel to students’ homes
By: Paige Maizes
This university’s Hillel Israel Fellow Sapir Frieman, 28, led an Israeli Zoom cooking class on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 8 p.m., as part of Hillel International's weekly virtual cooking sessions. During the event, titled "UshpiZoom," she taught participants how to make shakshuka and ...