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Virag Gulyas

Virag is a digital communications strategist and personal branding consultant. She is also a loud pro-Israel advocate, the founder of Almost Jewish, a pro-Israel movement that aims to change the stereotypes about Israel and the Jewish people one day at a time.

72 Reasons Why I Love and Support Israel

Virag wrote her first Birthday message for Israel's 69th Birthday. Now, each year she adds one more

I Love Fauda, But Can We Talk About its Adverse Effects?

Virag is ok being a party-pooper

Jabotinsky, Zionist Hitler? REALLY? 

Understanding who Jabotinsky was

Colonel Richard Kemp and I Could Be Good Friends

Virag on hearing the Fabulous British Colonel speak

Call Me Obsessed; At Least I Stand Up For Israel

Am I obsessed? This is something I do take the time to ponder on - mainly when someone sends me a message "Why are you obsessed with being like a Jew?"

American Progressives Just Really Don’t Get It

Subjectivity has no role at high-level conferences. Let alone blatant lies that divide instead of uniting.

An Open Letter to Professor Deborah Lipstadt

A letter from Virág Gulyás and László Bernát Veszprémy

When Art Galleries Legitimize Terrorism

“All art is propaganda. It is universally and inescapably propaganda; sometimes unconsciously, but often deliberately, propaganda.” ― Upton Sinclair

Stop Using Jews as a Soft Power Political Tool

Virag has something to get off her chest

When (Thanks to Linda Sarsour) We Confuse Being Progressive With Being an Antisemite

Whoever marches behind Linda Sarsour is not progressive but an antisemite behind the sugar-coated term "progressive."

Why We, the Non-Jews, Just Can’t Get it Sometimes…

Virag offers a non-Jewish perspective on Marc Lamont Hill's latest "water libel" accusations

When Linda Sarsour Kicked Me Out Of An Event, And I Went Silent

Virag recounts being booted from Linda Sarsour event

Hungarian Antisemitism: Real, Imagined or Exaggerated?

When assessing Europe at large, Hungary, despite the quick and reflexive labels, is not the hotbed of antisemitism.

An Open Letter to BDS Movement From a Former Dancer

Virag has something to get off her chest


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