The only thing the mainstream media hates more than the United States is Israel.
The media hate it; leftists hate it; the UN hates it. And they’re all obsessed by it — a tiny sliver of land with just eight and a half million people.
So what’s it really like? And how does it survive as the only free democracy with full civil rights for women and minorities, including their Muslim minority, in a region that is full of violent revolutions, terrorism and medieval theocracies?
Well, The Rebel wants to show you.
Six journalists from The Rebel as well as about 50 fans are flying to Israel to go on a fact-finding tour — to see everything from the Israeli security fence, to Israel's border with Syria, and even the settlements in the West Bank.
We’ll show you what it’s really like — the Israel that you never hear about from the mainstream media.
You can watch all the videos from our trip below.
Published July 5 - Katie Hopkins reports on a troubling sign on the road to Bethlehem.
Published July 5 - David Menzies speaks with Retired IDF Colonel Dany Tirza, who was instrumental in building the security wall at the boundary between Jerusalem and the West Bank.
Published July 5 - Katie Hopkins reports from the "Palestinian" side of the Israeli security wall, in Bethlehem.
Published July 4 - Sheila Gunn Reid debunks some of the myths about the so-called "apartheid" wall.
Published July 4 - Amanda Head celebrates the 4th of July from the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem!
Published July 4 - Katie Hopkins gives details on Israel's border wall and what makes it so effective.
Published July 4 - Ezra Levant explains the history of the Temple Mount in Israel.
Published July 4 - Katie Hopkins gives her take on the security wall overlooking Bethlehem.
Published July 4 - Sheila Gunn Reid visits the Temple Mount in the eternal capital of the Jewish state.
Published July 4 - Amanda Head speaks with American ex-pat Elie Pieprz, Director of International Affairs for Yesha Council, about how the Trump Administration’s policies are also making Israel great again.
Published July 3 - David Menzies interviews David Harris from the Clarion Project about their next film, Jihad Generation.
Published July 3 - Ezra Levant recaps his experience at the Israeli Air Force graduation.
Published July 3 - Sheila Gunn Reid catches up with her friend, Israeli blogger Brian of London. Watch as he gives his take on why Israel is a victim of fake news.
Published July 3 - Tanveer Ahmed notices that the Palestinian "refugees" are still called that after so many years. As long as they claim to be refugees, the UN will take care of them.
Published July 3- Sheila Gunn Reid and Katie Hopkins discuss a bridge between Jordan and Israel that represents an opportunity for economic development for the people in Jordan which currently suffers a 50% unemployment rate.
Published July 3 - Amanda Head describes the famous security wall in Israel and all the factors that went into building an effective security wall.
Published July 2- David Menzies interviews Roman Rafali on what life is like working at a Kibbutz on the Israel-Syria border.
Published July 2 - Sheila Gunn Reid explains how the Syrian city of Quneitra was rebuilt since the Yom Kippur War while the old city of Quneitra is left as a bombed-out propaganda tool — a testament to Israeli aggression when they pushed back the Syrian incursion at the Valley of Tears.
Published July 2 - Tanveer Ahmed explains why veterans of Israel's armed forces, the IDF, have the lowest rates of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among the Western world's military.
Published July 2- David Menzies interviews the mayor of Sderot, Alon Davidi, on what it's like to live under constant threat of rocket attacks from Hamas.
Published July 1 - Sheila Gunn Reid describe the difference between Lebanon and Israel at the border. On one side you see green where land is being farmed, and you see business and industry but on the other, you see no green, no businesses and houses with no windows — and there’s a reason for that: the people who live there are being funded by Hezbollah to make Israel uncomfortable.
Published July 1 - Katie Hopkins stands at the border between Israel and Syria. We often hear that Syria's Assad is a monster, but knowing what we know and seeing what we've seen of ISIS, we have to face the fact that sometimes you have to choose your monster.
Published June 30 - David Menzies interviews Aryeh Ben Yaakov about what motivated him to move from Cleveland to a kibbutz in Israel near the border with Lebanon, and why he calls the UN the “United Nothings.”
Published June 30 - Katie Hopkins is at the border of Lebanon and Israel, where the fact that the Jewish state is surrounded by enemies becomes clearer than ever.
Published June 30 - Katie Hopkins compares the representatives of the "United Nothings" as they sit idly by in their UN trucks, with the real work of protecting the Israel/Lebanese border here in Rosh Hanikra falls to the brave men and women of the IDF.
Published June 29 - Katie Hopkins gives a speech in Tel Aviv.
Published June 29 - Amanda Head contemplates whether mandatory military service is something the United States should consider.
Published June 29 - Katie Hopkins talks with the mayor of Sderot.
Published June 29 - Sheila Gunn Reid shows the contrast between the peaceful town of Sderot and the violence in Gaza.
Published June 29 - Tanveer Ahmed gives his unique perspective to the conflicts between Palestinians and Israelis.
Published June 29 - Katie Hopkins tells President Trump to take notes from Israel on how to build an effective wall.
Published June 28 - Avi Zimmerman, executive director of Friends of Ariel, gives a presentation debunking the fake news, loaded terminology and malicious misinformation that enemies of Israel spread about its founding and present-day policies.
Published June 28 - Sheila Gunn Reid describes how living one kilometre from Gaza means children have to play inside within 15 seconds of a bomb shelter.
Published June 28 - David Menzies meets a chef in Israel who doesn't like Canada now that Justin Trudeau is Prime Minister.
Published June 28 - Amanda Head explores the West Bank and how boycotts to the region have actually backfired.
Published June 28 - Katie Hopkins shows a children's play centre made out of bomb shelters in Sderot, a city that is in constant threat of rockets from neighbouring Gaza.
Published June 27 - Sheila Gunn Reids explains how the Left turned the city of Ariel into the most boycotted city in the most boycotted country in the world.
Published June 27 - David Menzies interviews Avi Zimmerman, executive director of Friends of Ariel, on the difference between the myth and the reality of Ariel, a modern-day region known as Samaria, and talks about what’s in its future.
Published June 27 - Amanda Head lands in Tel Aviv and gives her first impressions of Israel!
Published June 27 - David Menzies talks with Ezri Tubi, the founder of a non-profit organization called “Boomerang: Fighting for Israel”.
Published June 27 - Ezra Levant challenges the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement that aims to shut down Israeli businesses that give good jobs to Palestinians.
Published June 26 - Sheila Gunn Reid lands in Tel Aviv and tells you about the all the fake news she's ready to debunk.
Published June 26 - David Menzies explains why Israel needs to have serious security checks in place for anyone entering the country.