Early Friday morning a few weeks ago, I was on a bus to Jerusalem's Central Bus Station. I planned to take another bus from there to Mevasseret Tzion, a suburb of Jerusalem, to get a ride to Bet Shemesh for my weekly job in a school there. I was right on schedule. On the bus, I went...
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Call me crazy. If someone handed me a ticket to go to Israel tomorrow, I'd drop everything in a heartbeat and go. I am a staunch supporter of Israel, a "Zionist" who isn't afraid to use that word. When I tell people that my job is to recruit students for long-term programs and...