Category: Archive

1967

As long as the Arab world views Israel as a temporary aberration to be conquered, Israel will stand fast By Einat Wilf Published by Fathom Journal To bring a permanent end to the Israeli military occupation of much of the…





Yes to the Occupation, No to the Settlements

As long as Israel proves its willingness to divide the land, a military occupation is justified until the other side proves the same. By Einat Wilf Published in Haaretz The developments have been many: the UN Security Council resolution declaring…





The Intersectional Power of Zionism

By Einat Wilf Published in The Tower Magazine Zionism has a story to tell that is not only about Jews or for Jews. Zionism has a story to tell that, when properly understood, has the power to inspire people and…





The War Isn’t Over Yet

The Palestinian refugee problem, and particularly its continuation, is not a result of the events of the 1948 war itself, but of an Arab and Palestinian decision to convey a clear message. By Einat Wilf and Adi Schwartz Published in…





Dr. Einat Wilf’s Introduction to Israel

Dr. Einat Wilf, former member of the Israeli parliament (Knesset), giving a very broad overview of what Israel is. She discusses Zionism, how Israel was first born of the mind, Israel as an immigrant society, what it means to be…





The Age of Women – Profile in Atmosphere Magazine

The Era of Women In observance of International Women’s Day, meet Einat Wilf. Since leaving the Knesset two years ago, Wilf has traveled the world on a dynamic one-woman mission, an informal ambassador presenting Israel’s case to Jewish communities and…





Israel’s Labor Party and Reasonable Political Debate

Dr. Einat Wilf, former Member of Knesset, speaking about Israel’s Labor Party and Reasonable Political Debate at an Australia-Israel Labor Dialogue in Trades Hall, Sydney, Australia. Dr. Wilf was in Australia as a guest of the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs…





The Red Carpet Syndrome

Dr. Einat Wilf, former member of the Israeli Knesset, discusses her career path and what she describes as “The Red Carpet Syndrome” – the sense of entitlement that comes not from wealth or lineage, but from merit. The lecture was…