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avatar Natalie Segev
Natalie Segev was born and bred in Brooklyn's Syrian Jewish community, and is a sophomore at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. As a passionate Zionist, Natalie is a strong advocate for Israel on her campus, as well as a CAMERA on Campus Fellow and Treasurer of Hillel at John Jay.

ARTICLES BY: Natalie Segev


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A Prayer at the Threshold of the Temple Mount

As I stood at the threshold of the Temple Mount, I internally said the Shehecheyanu -- the Blessing of Praise. Even though I was only...

Features

Feeding Body and Soul: Terror Victims Get Servings of Food (and Hope)

JNS.org - Try spending $60,000 for chicken, $31,000 for wine, $15,800 for eggs, and...

Zionism Meets Feminism: Talking Shop Over a Glass of Chardonnay

JNS.org - In a quintessential “only in Israel” moment, nearly 60 women (and a few dozen men) gathered on a breezy...

Brooklyn Man Hopes to Open a New Chapter of Jewish Dating

At many recent Passover seders, sometime after the four questions were asked, a fifth one was posed by a parent...

Israel

Nine Teenagers Dead, One Missing in Southern Israel Flash Flood

At least nine teenage seminary students died after they were swept away by a flash flood in the Negev Desert in southern Israel on Thursday, an ambulance service said. Military helicopters and search...

Middle East

Israeli UN Envoy Exposes Iranian Military Base Near Syrian Capital

In an address to the Security Council on Thursday, Israeli UN envoy Danny Danon revealed new information about Iran’s military activities in Syria. Presenting an aerial image of what he called...

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