The media can no longer hide what Israelis are doing for the world

by Leah Rosenberg

Israeli organizations are changing the world, one country at a time. It is truly unbelievable, and the media can no longer ignore it!

The 5 Israeli Organizations

CBN (The Christian Broadcasting Network) made a documentary called “To Life: How Israeli Volunteers Are Changing the World.” It delves into 5 Israeli organizations changing the world through their amazing, selfless volunteers. Israel does not discriminate. When someone is lacking something or in serious danger, Israel literally comes to the rescue. Even if those in need come from an enemy country, like Syrians or Iraqis, Israel will still help. How many countries have the types of volunteers that Israel does? It is inspiring, and the whole world should learn from what Israel does.

It is most noteworthy that Israel is only 70 years old. No one would ever believe it if they didn’t know. The way Israel helps others, it seems like they must be a country that has been in existence for decades and decades longer.

Tikkun Olam

In Judaism, there is a concept known as “tikkun olam,” or improving the world. These 5 Israeli organizations along with their volunteers are really improving the world. They are doing everything in their power to fix what is broken. Some organizations are helping refugees, others are giving clean water to the destitute, and others are going into volcano-struck countries. But no matter what it is, each volunteer is attempting to better the world.

Israel is Doing Something Great

Some say they cant bear to watch so many suffer, and then they do nothing. But Israel is actually doing something about it.

People are suffering all over the world. Israel won’t accept it. That is one of the main ways Israel differs from its enemies. While Israel’s enemies do not value life and all they do is destroy, Israel creates and builds.

It is time for the media to broadcast it to everyone: Israel is truly changing the world.

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