There are times when a picture speaks a thousand words and there are times when the words not spoken simply break the heart.
Fail, Times of Israel, OMG, fail
I went to a town meeting last night. The mayor of our amazing city, Maale Adumim, has put his heart and soul into creating a flourishing city. In our small city of just under 50,000 people, we have a Cultural Center where entertaining productions are regularly brought to life on …
Hebron Jewish community calls on the international community to recognize the manipulation to which bodies like UNESCO are being subjected.
Entebbe terrorists failed because they didn’t factor in Israel and the collective Jewish soul
An interview about 1973 battles on the Syrian border…and in Syria…and a bird…wow
The Kotel is not divided into two parts, it is divided into four parts – and should be shared equally!
I never met Hadas, but her smile haunts me. May her memory be blessed.
Know that we are blessed to live in this country, even with the occasional concerns over suspicious objects.
There is the voice of right – and the right to voice. The so-called rabbis of T’ruah have neither. Their credibility is shot as soon as someone looks at their “About” page. Perhaps the only really credible and non-controversial part of their description is where they correctly point out, that …
I love the holiday of Shavuot…I don’t know why really. Passover is too much work. I do love Sukkot…Simchat Torah…Purim…Rosh Hashana – so really, oh…Hanuka…the point is…I really love all the holidays, but there is something about Shavuot…it isn’t just that it is on this holiday that we were blessed …
There are crematoria alight in Syria.