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Izzy Ezagui is the only one-armed soldier in Israel who was injured in combat and returned to battle. Izzy continues to serve in the military reserves, is writing his memoir, and has become a sought after motivational speaker. You can contact him for more details at izzy.ezagui@gmail.com.

ARTICLES BY: Izzy Ezagui


August 6, 2014 9:41 pm
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Why the Jewish People Will Never Be Defeated

The answer is Israel. The question? Why are we able to stand together, to let our voices be heard, without truly fearing for our safety -...

October 28, 2012 2:18 pm
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From a One-Armed Soldier to Another

Those of us who keep an eye on current events know that things are starting to heat up once again in Israel. Last week, a...

Culture

‘Hatikvah’ Played in Abu Dhabi After Israeli Wins Gold in Ju-Jitsu Competition

Israel’s national anthem "Hatikvah" was played in an Abu Dhabi arena...

Jack Black, Flaming Lips and Haim Among Those to Join Hanukkah Album

JNS.org - A holiday-inspired music album titled “Hanukkah+” will be released on Nov....

Features

How to Fight the Cultural BDS Movement

One of the good things about the bad times of today is that people are not staying silent about rising...

‘New Hope’ in Fight Against Tay-Sachs Disease

Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School are touting a possible breakthrough in the fight against Tay-Sachs disease, a...

World

2020 Democratic Candidates Say Jewish Settlements ‘Illegal,’ Slam US Re...

JNS.org - Some of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates slammed the US State Department’s announcement on Monday that the United...

Israel

Tel Aviv’s Free Shabbat Public Transport Service to Start Friday

CTech - Tel Aviv will officially launch its free weekend transportation service this Friday, the city announced Tuesday. In collaboration with neighboring towns Givatayim, Ramat Hasharon, and Kiryat Ono, Tel...

Middle East

At Least 106 Protesters Killed in Iran During Unrest: Amnesty International

At least 106 protesters have been killed in 21 cities in Iran during unrest that broke out over fuel prices rises last week, Amnesty International said on Tuesday. "The organization believes that the...

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