Our Volunteers & Online Activists
Israel’s Voice is your voice too! “One People, One Nation, One Voice.”
That said, we have been blessed with 100’s of volunteers that help in their free time, online activists and work together with reputable organizations promoting each other’s causes.
We have dedicated this section of our website to show gratitude for their relentless commitment in making the world a better place.
Volunteers are the backbone in any non-profit organization. Israel’s Voice recognize their values. They help us spreading the word about our mission, collecting information, spreading the news, reporting antiSemitic pages, keep tracking of our pages removals aside from so much more. Intensive time consuming activities goes on behind the scenes.
Our bloggers have also been hand picked. Not all are Jewish, which is proof you don’t have to be when standing with Israel. Education is a privilege and so is reading life experiences through the eyes of others. Agree with them or not, feel free to comment (without vulgarities) when signed into Facebook.
Here’s just a small list, but will grow every week.
Rangoon-born senior Baloch journalist Ahmar Mustikhan has worked in major newspapers in Pakistan, United Arab Emirates and the U.S. and his writings have appeared in publications all over the world. He regularly contributes a blog in the Jerusalem Post called Tikkun Olam Balochistan. He is also the first openly gay Baloch from Balochistan, which the British left stateless and divided among Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan. He makes no secret he is pro-Jewish and will defend Israel with the blood of his life... Read More
My name Avner Mieli, I’m almost 18 years old and I go the Kepler high school in Rome. I am a sports person and in my life I play a lot of soccer one of my real passion. I have attended eight years to a Jewish youth movement called Hashomer Hatzair who taught me how to be independent! Only this movement has let grown in me the appreciation for Israel and made me understand how much important is peace, something I still believe possible! Israel for me is the future in all fields math, medicine, technology, science etc. For this reason I strongly believe ... Read More
Barry Shaw is a motivator and initiator of global groups in support of Israel. He is also the Senior Associate for Public Diplomacy at the Israel Institute for Strategic Studies. He has authored two books highlighting Israel’s position in a difficult and dangerous world. He writes leading articles covering ongoing events and issues affecting Israel that are widely read. Barry is an inspiring speaker giving the facts and truth of Israel and her enemies in an enlightened manner not expressed by many Israeli experts. Barry was the co-founder of the Netanya Terror Victims Organization following a spate of Palestinian terror ... Read More
Brandon Marlon is a Canadian-Israeli author whose writing has appeared in more than 100 publications in Canada, U.S.A., England, Ireland, France, Spain, Greece, Romania, Israel, India, Pakistan, Singapore, South Korea, Australia, South Africa, Nigeria, and Trinidad. His script The Bleeding Season won the 2007 Canadian Jewish Playwriting Competition. His poetry was awarded the Harry Hoyt Lacey Prize in Poetry (Fall 2015), and he is the author of two poetry volumes, Inspirations of Israel: Poetry for a Land and People, and Judean Dreams. www.brandonmarlon.com... Read More
Dan Willens – An American Jew with a deep connection with Eretz Yisrael. Born in Chicago, he moved at age 11 to Israel in 1960, and currently resides in the U.S. He was the editor of jewishIndy.com for 13 years, and has developed close links to some of Israel’s greatest Jewish writers, scholars, and commentators, and continues to closely monitor all daily activities in Israel. As a great musician, he earned his B.A at Indiana University in Latin America Studies and Classical Guitar. He currently is an instructor of guitar at Ivy Tech College Community College and performs frequently. He is a ... Read More
My name is Daniel Heller and I’m 17 years old. I have spent 3.5 years of high school at Renzo Levi Jewish School of Rome. Currently attending the Atid Raziel High School in Herzliya Israel until the end of June. Since 2015 I have been named the representative in my school which also includes building relationships with other schools, external students and institutions. In 2015 I was awarded “Best Delegate” in IMUN (Italian Model United Nation) an Italian simulation of UN Congress. I 2014 I directed the internal school newspaper where many important and famous journalists have written many articles. ... Read More
David Weissman was born in Queens, NY and served 13 years in the U.S. Army as a chaplain assistant, including two deployments to Afghanistan. Upon being honorably discharged, he made the Jewish right of return (Aliyah) and moved to the city of Ashkelon in Israel where he experienced the war with Hamas in the summer of 2014. David is now a freelance writer living in the city of Efrat in the Jerusalem district... Read More
Diane Weber Bederman is a freelance journalist and a multi-faith, hospital trained chaplain. Her articles on religion, politics, ethics, and mental health appear in publications such as Times of Israel, CanadaFreePress, cijnews, United With Israel, Huffington Post Canada and Convivium,a magazine about Faith in our Community as well as several national newspapers. Some of her work has been translated into other languages including Italian and Hebrew. #BacktotheEthic http://www.dianebederman.com Times of Israel Canada Free Press CIJ News Twitter Facebook  ... Read More
I am a business woman, mother of two girls, born and raised in Flushing, Queens NYC. Started my banking career at age 18 years old. At age 26, opened my own mortgage company and investments. Na-home funding corp. It was extremely successful. In 2007 the market crashed, the NY banking industry closed down for over two years. As a business person, I made a discussion to start a new profession. During my ownership days, 2005 , I bought a building and bar. That was also very successful, and I ended up selling the business for a profit. Which brings me ... Read More
Emanuel Miller is a UK-born Israeli who served as a tank driver in the IDF in 2007-08. He has worked for the Jerusalem Post and Times of Israel, and is now the social media and foreign media director of My Truth, an educational organisation which seeks to set the record straight about the way the IDF operates and combat the lies and distortions being told... Read More
Forest Rain was born in Detroit and ‘made aliyah’, immigrated with her family to Israel at the age of thirteen. After her IDF service Forest Rain co-developed and co-directed a project to aid victims of terrorism and war. These activities gave her extensive first-hand experience with the emotional and psychological processes of civilians, soldiers and their families, wounded and/or bereaved and traumatized by terrorism and war (grief, guilt, PTSD etc). Forest Rain’s articles are regularly featured in: The Counter Terrorist magazine, the Elder of Ziyon blog and The Valley Patriot newspaper as well as on her own blog, Inspiration from Zion. ... Read More
Fred Maroun is a Canadian of Arab origin who lived in Lebanon until 1984, including during 10 years of civil war. Fred supports Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state, and he would like Arabs to see Israel as a role model rather than as an enemy. He would like a Middle East where every country is like Israel (liberal and democratic), where all religions and nationalities – including Palestinians – co-exist in peace with each other, and where human rights are respected. Fred is an atheist, a social liberal, and an advocate of equal rights for LGBT people ... Read More
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My name is Jane Kiel, a Danish woman with a heart for the people of Israel. Many years ago, I came here with my mother, and since then, Israel is inseparable from my heart. In 2001 I stood up for Israel against Yasser Arafat while he was in Denmark spewing his world of lies and propaganda. After this and other experiences of hate towards Israel I sold everything I owned, and moved to Jerusalem to try my best to be a voice for the Jewish people especially since the media is so biased against Israel. I created an online presence ... Read More
Jodie Goldberg is a Canadian Zionist who has been concerned about the rise of anti-Israel sentiment on university campuses disguised and campaigned as Palestinian peace activists. Jodie is also concerned about the rise of anti-Semitism promoted through groups posing as legitimate agencies, activists and government. Jodie has previously written and published poetry and she is also a novice sketcher and painter having recently designed Diane Bederman’s new book cover, ‘Back to the Ethic: Reclaiming Western Values’. Jodie’s vision and hope is that Muslims, Christians and Jews collectively work with one in fighting against Islamic extremism for coexistence and peace... Read More
Pinpointing *why* I love Israel is a bit tough, because there really is no one single reason, there are many options to answer this. I suppose it is because it is the land that we as the Jewish people are forever linked to; this is the land that we are allowed to blossom and shine as a people, the land that g-d has promised us in the Torah, and the land that our forefathers strove to return to and built up after facing tyranny and 2,000 years of exile. What does it mean to me? One answer to this – ... Read More
Leora Eisenberg is a high school Zionist. She loves reaching out to people and teaching them about Israel. Her writings have appeared in the Jerusalem Post, Orthodox Union, Forward, Israel Hayom, Hevria, and other publications... Read More
Shalom & Welcome Friends! For those who don’t know me here is a brief synopsis! My name is Leslie-Ann Stoffel. I was raised in a Zionist home thanks to my mom. Thanks mom! This lit the spark in me for my love of Israel and the Jewish people. As I grew to be a teenager and found out about the Holocaust, I vowed that if we were ever to face that sort of evil again, I would speak out about it. That time has come friends. This is why I speak out for the Jewish people and their beautiful homeland, ... Read More
When I started my career as the Executive Assistant to the Vice President of a multi million $ corporation I had my life all planned out. I was a staunch advocate for Israel speaking to groups and individuals about Israel’s struggles and successes , being married to a sabra I visited Israel many times and each time it touched me to the core being in our homeland that was a melting pot of Jews with different traditions, cultural values and traits all the things that bound us together as Jews giving us strength and resilience to do what we needed ... Read More
My name is Malcolm Gilbertson. I was born a Christian and grew up in a largely Jewish area in Sandringham Johannesburg. I was always interested in History and studied the Holocaust in detail and was so outraged. I always had a yearning to go to Israel one day. So in 1984 I was a Volunteer at Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek for six months, which was probably the happiest time of my life. During my stay, I was able to travel all over Israel and felt so privileged to discover where Judaism began. I now live in the UK, but always have ... Read More
Dr. Martin Sherman served for seven years in operational capacities in the Israeli Defense establishment. He was a ministerial adviser to Yitzhak Shamir’s government and lectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, International Relations and Strategic Studies. He holds several university degrees: a B.Sc. (Physics and Geology), an MBA (Finance), and a PhD in political science and international relations. He was the first academic director of the internationally renowned Herzliya Conference and is the author of two books and numerous articles and policy papers on a wide range of political, diplomatic and security issues. He was ... Read More
Montgomery J. Granger is a three-times mobilized U.S. Army Major (Retired), and author of “Saving Grace at Guantanamo Bay: A Memoir of a Citizen Warrior.” Devoted husband, father of five and career educator, Major Granger is also a Branded Contributor for TheBlaze.com, and has occasionally appeared on Fox News’ Fox and Friends as an expert commentator on Gitmo. Major Granger was first published in the 20006 Random House wartime anthology “Operation Homecoming: Iraq, Afghanistan and the Homefront, in the Words of U.S. Troops and Their Families,” with his personal narrative, “Theodore.” He is available for speaking engagements for groups interested ... Read More
A Christian and a Holocaust reader. I started reading about the Holocaust in the middle of March 2012. While I have been reading I made a vow never turn the blind eye on the hatred that is spewed out against the Jewish people. Been involved in Pro Israel groups since 2013. Spend my time either reading or fighting against Antisemitism on Facebook. The love that I have for the Jewish people and Israel has no boundaries. I will always stand with Israel and the Jewish people. I enjoy being a Israel’s Voice volunteer because I wanted to lend a helping ... Read More
My name is Sonu Gupta. I was born in nepal and moved to Israel in 2012 and has been working as a social care giver in Jerusalem. I’ve learned to love the country and am eager to represent it in the international arena... Read More
Tabitha Korol began her political writing with letters to the editor, earned an award from CAMERA (Committee on Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America) “in recognition of outstanding letter-writing in 2009 to promote fair and factual reporting about Israel.” She was cited as one of America’s modern-day, articulate, patriotic women in Frederick William Dame’s Three American Fur Hat Fighters for Freedom. Her essays have appeared on Renew America, New Media Journal, Canada Free Press, Dr.Swier, Academia.org, Gates of Vienna, Arutz Sheva, Jewish Voice, Jewish Press, and others. She recently revised a book of Holocaust survivors’ accounts for publication, and ... Read More
Yoseph Tesciuba is a 17 years old student. He was born and raised in Rome, where he attended the Jewish School of Rome. He has been head of the School Newspaper since he was 15. At the age of 16 he moved to London for an experience abroad where he attended the JFS which is the biggest jewish school of Europe. His biggest dream is to use the knowledge of the subjects he is taking an A level qualification in – Politics, Economics and Sociology – to work bilaterally with Israel to raise awareness of the Middle East conflict in ... Read More