Bill Strubbe

Bill Strubbe arrived "by accident" on Kibbutz Ein Hashofet as a volunteer in 1975, and in the subsequent decades visited numerous times. Five years ago he decided to convert to Judaism (twice in fact!) to make aliyah...or at least give it his best shot. (The verdict is still out) He is writing a memoir called "The Accidental Israeli". 

He is a journalist and photographer, and his articles and photos have appeared in over 100 publications including The New York Times, Boston Globe, Cigar Aficionado, Yoga Journal, Elite Traveler, San Francisco Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, Forbes, Vanity Fair, The Village Voice, The Jewish Monthly etc.

Road to Recovery, Road to Peace

Road to Recovery, Road to Peace

by Bill Strubbe

Road to Recovery believes that peace among Israelis more ...
Sacred and The Profane

Sacred and The Profane

by Bill Strubbe

Bill takes us on a well narrated walk along the rampart more ...
Tribulations of Becoming Jewish

Tribulations of Becoming Jewish

by Bill Strubbe

Catholic-born West Coaster Bill recounts his love affair more ...
Spreading Love with Prayer Wheels

Spreading Love with Prayer Wheels

by Bill Strubbe

On Kibbutz Ein Hashofet, Micah and Ayelet run a business more ...
Inventor who Helps the Disabled

Inventor who Helps the Disabled

by Bill Strubbe

A fascinating story of how Nadav Shadmi, one of 400 more ...
Halva, Kugel and Tzhug

Halva, Kugel and Tzhug

by Bill Strubbe

Bill introduces us to some of Israel’s amazing markets more ...
 
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