Yearly Archives: 2018
Strictly Jewish perspective putting the Democrats in power; electing new Israel haters and placing incumbent supporters of Louis Farrakhan, and anti-Israel positions in key chairmanships, American Jewry’s support of the Democratic Party is just as bad as the silence of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi.
The Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist movements have, in the last 30 years, rapidly devolved away from being rejectionists of traditional Judaism. These movements have now embraced a new religion with gusto. That religion is commonly called liberalism.
President Trump is not expected to pursue an isolationist policy. Instead, he will persist in a unilateral – rather than multilateral – diplomatic, economic and military policy, where US national security interests supersede counter-productive and hostile interests set by international and multilateral organizations
During the Battle of Manila, my parents hid with me and several others in a foxhole while the Japanese went on a massacre and burned everything in sight.
"I see the overall picture of Israel's security, which I cannot share with the public. [...] it is mostly hidden from view."
Chairman of Habayit Hayehudi Knesset faction MK Shuli Mualem-Refaeli called on Netanyahu to appoint her party's chairman, Naftali Bennett, as defense minister.
Potential olim and returning citizens would be more reluctant to come to Israel if they foresee disputes with the Tax Authority.
Every time the Arabs claim that Jews vandalize or destroy olive trees it always happens every year in late October and early November. Funny, this is the pruning season for olive trees, and the ideal time to do a heavy pruning.
On November 12, 2018, the Palestinian Arabs in Gaza fired over 400 rockets into various populations centers in Israel. Buses, roads and homes were hit, killing and injuring people trying to manage their lives.
Sources close to the defense minister said that since the last round of violence, he had been demanding "tough and decisive action against Hamas."
The escalation in the violence emanating from Gaza, on the very day after Israel permitted the transfer of millions of Qatari-sourced dollars into the coastal enclave, underscored the futility of persisting with conventional wisdom.
It remains to be seen how Greenblatt plans to incorporate his clear understanding of the borderline-suicidal policies of the Gaza terror gang into his much touted plan for a "deal of the century."
No one else listened to the neighbors when they said someone was still under the rubble.
The time has come to say to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman: “Enough is enough.”
Rumors suggest Defense Minister Liberman plans to resign.
Jerusalemites woke up this morning with a new mayor.
The challenges involved in opening an American brokerage account from overseas and how to overcome them
Qatar's $15 million cash grant has failed to stop Hamas from launching hundreds of rockets into Israel. On the contrary, the money has only emboldened Hamas and increased its appetite to continue its jihad to eliminate Israel. All the money in the world will not convince Hamas to abandon its ideology or soften its position toward Israel.
"We have now been officially informed that all restrictions on the Gaza envelope have been removed."
The windshield of the bus was damaged by the stones that were hurled at the vehicle.
The truce was mediated by Egyptian security personnel.
Iron Dome fighters have intercepted more than 100 of the 460 launches that were identified as having been fired from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory.
In an open miracle, despite the awful damage, not one person was physically injured.
The IDF Armored Corps and infantry continues to gather at Israel's southern border along the Gaza Strip.