July 2012
Stephen Rubin

If you want to understand Israel, you must first understand its enigmatic people.  There is no better writer than Amos Oz to take you on this fascinating journey.

Israeli society is often prone to a manic state of mind that exists on a continuum of bewilderment, admiration and skepticism within the context of the State’s national interests as a member of the global community and the direction needed to ensure a prescription for maintaining a democratic homeland in which Jewish self-determination thrives albeit not at the expense of the country’s minority groups.

Every day, Israelis are bombarded with increasingly pessimistic headlines and troubling commentary regarding the nation’s international and domestic policies.