Israel: The Beauty of its Landscape Matches the Beauty Found Inside All of its People

Posted Posted in Global Views, home views, Israel Travel Tips, NEWS, VIEWS

Popular British magazine Gay Times flew to Israel for an unforgettable journey through Jerusalem, the Dead Sea, the Judean Desert and Mitzpe Ramon – and didn’t forget to explore the much-alive and present LGBT+ life. As we jump into the back of a 4×4 Jeep like something from a James Bond movie, our eyes become […]

It’s Time for a Pride Parade in Nazareth

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LGBTQ people in the Arab sector are exposed to manifestations of violence, humiliation, ostracism, threats, and isolation. A pride parade in Nazareth can be a significant step in alleviating the distress from which Arab LGBT people suffer. Attorney Eran Rosenzweig believes that a parade that will create dialogue rather than antagonism, can remove the curtain […]

Transgender Christian-Arab Model Talleen Abu Hanna: “I’m Lucky To Be An Israeli”

Posted Posted in Home Posts, NEWS, News from America, Transgender Rights

Talleen Abu Hanna, Miss Trans Star Israel 2016 who embarked on an international successful modeling career, was invited to Washington DC, to speak at the second annual Pride reception held by the Israeli embassy. Read her words here. Talleen Abu Hanna with Ambassador Ron Dermer Thank you. I’m truly excited and honored to be here. […]

If Music Be the Food of Humanity, Play On, Play On

Posted Posted in 2016 Israel Mission, Home Posts, NEWS, News from America, Views From Israel

A Wider Bridge LGBTQ Mission to Israel alumna Lynare Robbins was inspired by a progressive and artistic approach to solving social issues in Israel Jewish and Arab Youth Alumni Performers of the Polyphony Conservatory. The late Maya Angelou once said, “It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and […]