It Took an Attack in Boston to Realize That I Am Truly an Israeli
When I lived in Boston, every terror attack in Israel resonated with me; made me feel uneasy and mournful. But while I was saddened to hear of the Boston Marathon bombing, that feeling of sadness was impersonal.
While I recently celebrated my eighth Independence Day since moving to Israel, I still struggle with understanding how much I am truly at home here. I meet so many of the criteria of being an Israeli: I study...
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