About Jonathan Feldstein

Jonathan Feldstein was born and educated in the U.S. and immigrated to Israel in 2004. He is married and the father of six. He has a three decade career in nonprofit fundraising and marketing and throughout his life and career, he has become a respected bridge between Jews and Christians. He writes regularly on major Christian web sites about Israel and shares experiences of living as an Orthodox Jew in Israel.

Neil Armstrongs most significant steps, where Jesus walked

By |2019-07-17T14:49:34-05:00July 14th, 2019|Articles, Israel|

50 years ago this week, Neil Armstrong uttered what remains one of the most iconic statements relevant to all of humanity except for the Bible.  “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Who knew that decades later, Armstrong would do something even more significant than being the first man on the [...]

The Prophetic Ingathering and Final Rescue of Ethiopian Jews

By |2019-02-14T13:58:32-05:00February 14th, 2019|Articles, Humanitarian, Israel|

By Jonathan Feldstein   I’ve been called many things in my life, but never black. Until recently. I was visiting with a friend who is a black pastor in Chicago and at one point he burst out “you must be half black.” He meant it as a compliment, and I received it as such. Since [...]

An Anti-Semitic Wake-Up Call in Pittsburgh

By |2018-10-30T08:43:34-05:00October 30th, 2018|Articles, Culture, Israel|

By Jonathan Feldstein Anti-Semitism thrives and is unleashed, among other things, when hate is fostered and allowed to go unchecked.  But anti-Semites rarely need an “excuse” to do so. Following the attack on the Pittsburgh synagogue this week, many blame the current president and his rhetoric for that. Perhaps. However no less significant is when [...]

Keep Your Eyes on Iran. Syria. Iran in Syria

By |2018-05-15T10:30:00-05:00May 15th, 2018|Articles, Israel, Middle East|

It’s an irony that as Russia celebrated Victory Day, 73 years since the Allied victory of the tyranny of the Nazis, President Putin hosted Prime Minister Netanyahu as an honored guest. The timing and symbolism were meaningful. At the same time, Israel was preparing to launch a bold military strike against the modern regime that’s [...]

50 Shades of Anti-Semitism

By |2017-09-12T10:09:20-05:00September 12th, 2017|Articles, Israel|

ISRAEL, September 12, 2017 | | -- Among Jews there’s heightened concern about a rise of anti-Semitism. It’s true that in recent years there has been a general increase of anti-Semitic incidents worldwide, and with it a greater awareness of such incidents and how they are responded to. But the truth is if you’re [...]

Dialogue with an American friend on the status quo and Israel’s future

By |2017-07-24T10:38:49-05:00January 6th, 2017|Culture, Israel, Op-Ed|

Dialogue with an American friend on the status quo and Israel’s future JERUSALEM, January 6, 2017 | | -- Following my articles taking to task President Obama and John Kerry and their stabbing Israel in the back I received many replies.  The vast majority were supportive and expressed embarrassment by the Obama-Kerry tag teaming.  [...]

Stab me twice, shame on you

By |2017-07-27T07:49:14-05:00December 28th, 2016|Culture, Israel, Op-Ed|

Stab me twice, shame on you JERUSALEM, December 27, 2016 | | -- As the sanctity of the Sabbath, the day of rest, set over Israel, two stabbings hit close to home and were jarring personally and nationally.  The first took place in our neighborhood Friday evening. Despite the lack of use of electronics [...]