February 1, 2012 | 12:40 pm
Posted by Noga Gur-Arieh
My name is Noga Gur-Arieh, and I’m an Israeli Journalist, currently studying for my B.A degree in Media and Political Science, at Tel Aviv University.
I am very socially involved in my community, focusing on promoting leadership and civil awareness among Israeli youth. I’ve been to the United States many times, and got the opportunity to take a closer look at the American culture, which I am truly fascinated by. Combining this passion with my own Israeli experience, I am looking forward to share my view and my thoughts about the Israeli-American relationship, emphasizing the cultural aspect.
I spent the summer of 2011 in the States, working at a summer camp as a Journalism Specialist. In this period of time, I’ve learned a lot about the way Israel is perceived by the American-Jewish communities. I am here to bring out the authentic Israeli essence, and to show you a different angle about everything that’s going on in the land of Falafel.
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