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Jonathan Biron
Jonathan Biron is an 18-year-old Israeli and a US Department of State International Exchange alumnus.

In 3 years of public activity, Biron participated in leadership and peace programs as well as in the Israeli Presidential conference. Biron has been active in public diplomacy and published articles about Israel's character in several stages.

Biron believes in the involvement of youth in public activity, especially in the fields of public diplomacy and peace. He calls upon the youth to speak up and work towards their future.

Entries by Jonathan Biron

Israel's True Face

(647) Comments | Posted October 18, 2014 | 11:16 AM

Following the non-binding British Parliament's recognition of Palestine, it has been written a lot about Israel's inaction regarding the peace process. While reporting on Israel's politics and policy, it is important to draw the full picture -- most Israelis want peace.

Since Israel's very early existence, Israeli leaders have always...

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History Repeats Itself and the World Remains Silent

(23) Comments | Posted August 28, 2014 | 4:57 PM

Stones thrown at a Rabbi's home; Molotov cocktails thrown at synagogues; beating innocent Jews, among them teens and elderly; graffiti on the windows of Jewish businesses; calls for "death to Jews" and "Jews to the gas." It is all familiar. We've been there. And yet history repeats itself again.

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Give Youth a Chance

(0) Comments | Posted August 13, 2014 | 3:11 PM

In a region such as the Middle East, high hopes stand alongside great dangers. As a young Israeli, I remember waking-up to days of a new dawn and waking-up to days of thick fog, through which the future looked uncertain and full of hazards. Towards the end of a painful...

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