Category: <span>Guest Bloggers</span>

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 …

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 …

The Wisdom of a Edinburgh Professor and A Hatred that Permeates Borders

There is not and has never been a system of apartheid in Israel. I ask you to show some common sense. Get information from the Israeli embassy. Ask for some speakers. Listen to more than one side. Do not make your minds up until you have given a fair hearing to both parties.

Guest Blog Post: Stop Looking to the World

A lot of my beautiful friends are decrying the world for not condemning Hamas for attacking Israeli civilian centers on the border. They’re like “it’s so horrible that the world has nothing to say when synagogues and Israeli playgrounds are hit with rockets, but they’ll be all upset when Israel retaliates!”. …

Counting the rockets – Don’t apologize for Israel

Guest Post by Dave Bender How many incoming alerts, mortar shells, and possibly larger rockets were intentionally fired towards Israeli civilians, towns, villages, and farms so far, today alone? Counting just today? This many. And the evening is still young… When the caterwauling begins about “disproportionate response,” remember that Every. Single. …

IDF Officer on the Front Lines – Truth Behind the Gaza “Slaughter”

I’m writing because I am one of the few who was there – in uniform, in the reserves, but I was there. Yes, right there on the fence where the demonstrations are happening. It was last Friday – but I saw it with my own eyes; I was on our side but I could see and hear and understand everything. I want to testify from my firsthand knowledge, not a theoretical point of view. Because I was there.

The Paper for “Thinking People”

Guest Blogger:  Yisrael Medad Haaretz, the left-leaning, sorry, make that tumbling over, newspaper founded in 1919 is notorious for blatantly biased coverage of traditional Judaism, normative Zionism and anything that does not promote an extreme progressive, humanitarian and liberal outlook. Here are CAMERA’s examples of what they found wrong in …

Natalie Portman and the Concept of Marit Ayin

The bottom line is, Portman can justify her refusal to come to Israel (but keep the money from the award. Ya know, so her hypocrisy is to the max!) by saying she doesn’t want to support Bibi or any other ridiculous reason. At the end of the day, she is giving the declared enemies of the Jewish state more ammunition to target and attack us.