To the left:
The International Synagogue in Tel Aviv, today, a lazy and sunny Friday afternoon. Still quiet before Shabbat. No iron fence. No military guards outside, armed with automatic rifles. No bullet proof windows. No heavy, extra double doors. No x-ray scanner. No security guards asking invasive questions. No fear of getting attacked outside. No fear of wearing a kippah on the way there. No fear of attending. No fear. Period.
To the right:
Any and every synagogue in Europe in 2017.
Just in case y’all, Jews and non-Jews, need a reminder of why we need our own country.