Norma Zager is a Jewish woman who lives in the USA.
In the series “Postcards from Israel,” Ari Bussel and Norma Zager invite readers throughout the world to join them as they present reports from Israel as seen by two sets of eyes: Bussel’s on the ground, Zager’s counterpoint from home.
Israel and the United States are interrelated – the two countries we hold dearest to our hearts – and so is this “point – counterpoint” presentation that has, since 2008, become part of our lives.
Each time the Jewish people argue amongst themselves, and each time a Jewish group maligns Israel, the extremists gain more strength. Our dissention and anger toward one another is our enemy's infusion of life's blood for their struggle.
Politics is the dirtiest word in the English language, or any language for that matter. Those who run about claiming this or that is politically incorrect, like it's a new concept, should stop and pause.
Israel is, and will remain, the last hope that evil can be stopped. If the people and country most reviled in the world can survive surrounded by such enemies, it will serve as proof of mankind's better nature.
This time I cannot turn a blind eye to Israel's children and their selfishness in breaking her heart. I am calling them to task and telling them how thoughtless and wrong thinking they are before it is too late.