That we Israelis don't need anyone teaching us courage.
Well, who did award courage?
Consulate Honors Palestinian Woman of Courage
Ms. Diane Kelly, a senior-level U. S. Department of State official, presented Dr. Salwa Najjab, Director of Juzoor for Health and Social Development in Ramallah, an award recognizing Dr. Najjab’s groundbreaking work in health-care and women’s rights. Dr. Najjab is an expert in women’s health issues, and founder of a number of women’s health and maternal mortality reduction programs, including development of community health and specialized training programs for nurses and midwives. On Monday, April 26, the U.S. Consulate General in Jerusalem hosted a ceremony honoring Dr. Najjab and her achievements. Dr. Najjab was nominated by the U.S. Consulate General for the International Woman of Courage Award, which recognizes women around the world who have shown exceptional courage and leadership in advocating women’s rights and advancement. Ms. Kelly is a senior policy advisor to Ambassador-at-large Melanne Verveer, in the U.S. Department of State’s Office of Global Women’s Issues...
So, courage should be recognized and rewarded.