About the Author


Jeffrey Dunetz

Jeff Dunetz is a 20-year marketing veteran, and a freelance writer. He is married and the father of two kids who ask lots of questions about being Jewish that he can't answer. Jeff has been active in Jewish organizations since his USY days. Presently he is a Member of the Board of Trustees of the Dix Hills Jewish Center.

The Light at the End of the Week

Shabbat became my life raft, my refuge from a cruel working environment.

The Gift of ADHD

ADHD has taught my daughter that nothing comes without working very hard and that you don't take good friends for granted.

The Myth Of Visible Diversity

It's time to start wearing our Jewishness on our sleeve.

Drugs: A Jewish Problem?

When a Jewish family needs help with drug abuse, where can they turn?

It's Time to Get Angry

I am angry with myself and with other Jews in the Diaspora for not being angry enough.

Walking To Shul With My Dad

I was a three-day a year Jew who stopped by McDonalds on the way to the golf course every Saturday morning. Now I'm being called an observant Jew. What happened?

Wake Up And Smell the Anti-Semitism

Virulent anti-Semitic campaigns are underway -- not only in the Middle East, but in Europe and America, too.

Buy Israel

Here's one very concrete way you can help: It's time for Jews around the world to "Buy Israel."

Except When You're Targeting Jews

There's only one exception when it comes to world politics.

Ruling the World

It's high time to fess up and tell the world the truth: We Jews do run the world!

Daddy on the Unemployment Line

All of my life I have known exactly what I want to do next. Being laid off has left me confused and dazed.

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