Natalie Sanandaji, 28, survived the Hamas’ attack on October 7 while she was attending an outdoor festival in southern Israel. She now feels it’s after for her in Israel than it is in the United States of America after seeing all of the protests break out.
“A lot of people have asked if I’m scared to go back to Israel after everything that’s happened, and my honest answer is … now more than ever, I want to move to Israel,” Natalie Sanandaji told the New York Post. “Even with everything going on, I feel safer there than I do in the U.S. right now.”
“There’s people in Europe drawing Jewish stars on people’s doors if they know it’s a Jewish home,” she said. “A lot of what is happening right now are things that happened right before the Holocaust.”
“Whatever your stance on Palestine vs Israel is your stance — and all the power to you — but what people have to understand is that’s not what this fight [is about] right now, this fight is Israel vs. Hamas, a terrorist organization that is just as complicit in the deaths of innocent Palestinians as they are in deaths of innocent Israelis,” she said.