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.
Syria is now in the news due to the latest atrocity – chemical weapons being used on civilians.
Due to the prevalence of fake news, I’m seeing a lot of confusion regarding the attack: Who did it? Why? Is it ...
Did you know that Israel commemorates the Holocaust on a different date than the International Holocaust Remembrance Day?
The world would have preferred to forget. In 2005, Israel finally succeeded to attain U...
The debate about moving the American embassy to Jerusalem emphasizes, once again, the lack of comprehension of the importance of Jerusalem to the Nation of Israel.
The destruction of the Jewish Temple meant ...
Once upon a time, the people that built things with their own two hands were admired. The pioneers. Their sweat and the dirt beneath their fingernails was a badge of honor, a testament to their courage.
As terror attack follows terror attack, the body count rises.
How many bodies are enough? 1? 20? 200? 6 million?
When will enough be enough?
But who counts the bodies of those left behind?The body coun...
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