You dare to hold Jonathan Pollard in prison for 29 years for spying on an ally...when you've been doing the same thing all along?
You want to remember the Holocaust, Europe? Great but please work harder at preventing the next one
When Elie questioned the deal, Tamar started getting annoyed.
Our biggest problem today is the future of American Jews -- 41% of world Jewry.
Can you understand the concept that a young mother was happy that her son now had a gas mask? When you can, you'll understand what it is to be Israeli - at least in part.
The picture isn't from Gaza. The blood wasn't from his brother. The Israelis weren't involved.
CNN covered the incident in Syria's classic manner. The best they could come up with was "Golan Heights: Israel strikes Syrian military".
Israel, unlike Jordan and unlike the Palestinians, practices freedom of religion and so we allow...read that again...WE ALLOW all religions...well, except Jews...to pray on the Temple Mount.
The Palestinians actually stole a street pole (charity boxes included) to fire at Israel.
France not wanting to be Judenrein is understandable; Isn't what's best for French Jews the issue?
What is left to say when a 16 year-old is dead? How will her mother and family endure without her?
Though it is essential in a democracy to have an active opposition, Herzog has gone too far by attempting to subvert, undermine, weaken the government, and therefore the country itself.
Today's news indicates that Japan is pulling its troops out of the UN Observer force in the Golan Heights.
Winter is the season I love most in Israel: sweaters, rain, the feeling that the land is being fed
I read an article today. My emotions went up and down as I read it, ending with the thought that the man in the story was about to embark on a journey of a thousand steps and that somewhere along that journey, his grandparents would smile.
A Soldier's Mother; A Mother's Love.
I'll start by explaining that in Israel, a common phrase is "yehiye b'seder" - it will be okay.
How do you return to normal on a day that wasn't supposed to be normal at all? Even as I ask the question, I know the answer. Normal is what we Israelis dream of, pray for, work towards.
If the world's winds of hatred bring Jews to Israel we are ready, joyfully offering them a home here
I was directed to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem where I donated bone marrow and learned a bunch of new words.
"it's Elul and we need the shofar, especially this morning. Two police, did you hear?" "Yes" I answered sadly. "They should have a complete recovery." "Amen," I said and watched as he blew the shofar.
Obama's visit remains a symbol that among us are those who still carry the ghetto mentality.
All over Israel, Israeli flags are flying. The next 24 hours are among the hardest in Israel: Tomorrow night we will celebrate but before we do, we will mourn with all our hearts.
Whatever is meant to happen, will happen. The best thing we can do is simply have faith.
What idiot thought of sounding a siren for food?