By offering a visa that includes a free vaccination, Israel can leverage its global health advantage to become an economic juggernaut #israelvaccinevisa
When we read in this week’s Torah portion that Moses went to Pharaoh and said, “Let my people go,” we should immediately think and act on “Get my people to come.” Like the Exodus from Egypt 4000 years ago that led people to the […]
I returned this week from the first-ever Business Summit of the Abraham Accords in Abu Dhabi. Together with other Israelis and Americans, we traveled to the UAE, where we were warmly welcomed by the Emiratis. I think I speak for everyone on the trip when I say that we found incredibly welcoming, intelligent, thoughtful, and genuinely interested counterparts in the Emirates. I listened and learned a lot […]
Last week, it was announced that Israeli actress Gal Gadot was cast to play Cleopatra in a new film about the Egyptian queen’s life. As wonderful as this news is for Israel, Gal Gadot and fans of quality films, that’s not what I’m writing about.
Soon after the announcement, articles started surfacing claiming Gadot was “receiving backlash” for being cast […]
By avi|2020-11-22T17:14:32+02:00October 13th, 2020|Categories: Goal Setting|
By: Abbey Onn
Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast of the US in August 2005, 15 years ago this month. At the time, I was living in Los Angeles, splitting my time between the beach and the mountains. The devastation that the storm wrought was immediately apparent. Even more apparent was the fact that the underlying causes were much deeper than any weather phenomenon.