"Today" (Already Wednesday in Israel), there is a memorial for a Jewish convert who died in the service of the Irgun in 1948. The Irgun was a "rogue" paramilitary force in Israel during the days of its founding.
Learn your history! And who else but the Jews would manage to not even unite for self-defense in the land of Israel? Not true anymore, of course, but the story of Israel's founding is incredibly interesting, no matter where you stand on the political and/or theological consequences. My favorite quote to use to describe the founding (and continued existence) of the state of Israel: "In Israel, in order to be a realist, you must believe in miracles." - David Ben Gurion, the first Prime Minister of the state of Israel.
And more vaguely cynical analysis: The article is titled "Memorial to Be Held for Irgun Fighter Who Converted to Judaism." Once again, a convert is a Jew. Plain and simple. Yet that's the adjective that people will continue to use to define us, even 63 years later. A curiosity or an inspiration? The truth is in the eye of the beholder.