Prayer at Kotel, Not Very PC

When a group brazenly breaks the status quo, like the Women of the Wall, demanding that everyone kowtow to their way of thinking, they are the ones who are going against this basic “Love your neighbor as yourself” principle.

Praying From The Floor

This is adapted from a post on RabbiZeitlin.com. Since I wrote and published that, I have been steadily recovering. As horrible as it was to experience, it has generated deep insights and even deeper questions which I hope to explore here in the future. What do we achieve when we …

On Becoming a Grandfather

There are many significant milestones in a person’s life. They celebrate a bar/bat mitzva; a wedding; birth of children; their first political post on Facebook (ok, maybe that is not so significant!), among other stages. This past week, my wife and I reached a new milestone: We became grandparents! So, …

An Open Letter to the Rabbis of T’ruah

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 …

Israel: Stop Setting A Bad Example

Despite all evidence, the west refuses to identify fundamental Islam as the underlying drive behind sponsoring terrorist countries and organizations whose end game is global jihad and enforcing Sharia law on the free world. Yet, identifying them is a must and the first pivotal step to take in order to …