Another Survivor Dies and Anne Frank Slips Further Away

The survivors are dying…so few are left. They leave behind unquestionable evidence of the horrors committed by Nazi Germany. Unquestionable because there is so much. No other mass slaughter in history was ever so well documented…often by the very people who were committing the genocide. Germans were meticulous in documenting, …

Jerusalem Academy Welcomes Birthright Visitors

Birthright Israel is an amazing program that brings, according to their website, brings more than 48,000 young Jewish adults to Israel to share in an unforgettable and often life-changing 10 day trip. Then there is the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. which has over 1,600 young people walk through their doors …

Ten From The Nations (Book Review)

Ten From The Nations is a hard book to read, to digest, to understand. It opens a door not only to a world. But the world is one that I know little about, a world that is (and should be) completely foreign. Dr. Rivkah Adler is a close friend and …

Days of Anger and Days of Sorrow

If you live somewhere long enough, you’ll eventually learn the lay of the land. Belonging somewhere means sharing in the national moments as well as the personal ones. As individuals, and as a nation, we go through a wide range of experiences and emotions – love and hate, anger and …

Nikki Haley Redefines the UN Security Council

Nikki Haley is fast becoming my hero. I love her accent and I love her heels. But more, I love the sound of her telling the United Nations what we’ve all whispered to each other. You are a bunch of biased, anti-Semites. No, those weren’t Haley’s exact words, but they’re …