Of Jew Hatred and Revisionist History

I have a lot of patience in life and am very tolerant of others, but not of hatred. While I may completely disagree with someone, he or she has the right, in my opinion, to say what they want. However, there are obvious exceptions to that idea, including hate speech …

Trying to Be Normal

First written after a terror attack in Israel in December, 2002, this article was reprinted in 2012 and is posted again now after the Sri Lanka attacks on Easter day. It is an article about the human need to find normal. And it’s about how no matter how bad the …

The Story of One Haggadah

This Guest Post was written by Dr. Afshine Emrani  on his Facebook feed about a Haggadah that has been a part of his life for the last half a century. In his own words, Dr. Emrani, shared the essence of Passover. Fifty-five years ago, my father worked with Russian engineers to perfect …

Pesach…The Holiday of the Spring

Pesach. Passover. The Holiday of the Spring. What is this thing all about? We were slaves in ancient Egypt. God took us out. He split the sea. We were born as a nation. So many monumental events surrounding this holiday, and what do we remember? What do we call it? …

Election Results: The Same Idiots?

Moments after the polls closed: the pollsters did it yet again. They made their calculations  and then made the results known. To be honest, all the votes have still not come in but a general direction is there. And…well, the pollsters only made a tiny error. Most said that Kachol …

A Man and His Caddy

We saw this post about a man and his caddy and received permission to share it here on Israel Blogger. Guest Blogger: Andy Monfried “Beware of this guy, something ain’t right about him.” We were walking up the Fairway at hole #4.   I was walking next to him when …