It goes to Rabbi Yosef Antebi, the beaten Amsterdam rabbi.
Our biggest problem today is the future of American Jews -- 41% of world Jewry.
Trust us, Sharon - if there was a way we could have made peace in the last 65 years, we would have done it.
I was directed to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem where I donated bone marrow and learned a bunch of new words.
The attacker was probably blinded by hatred because he missed one key factor.
He's quick-thinking, very intelligent, and dynamic.
To the Arabs, we will always be "them."
My problem with Tony Blair is that when it comes to Israel…suddenly the naiveté comes through.
For now, I want to write about the hotels where I stayed here.
How shocking now to think that two of my sons are older than that young man was then...
Old, for someone who is in Jerusalem daily, is not a good measuring factor.
My first impression of leaving was tremendous pride - reinforced later when I landed in Rome Airport.
It's time to let the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) protect our citizens.
I listened to what was supposed to symbolize a massive missile attack - sirens wailing all over Israel.
While there are many heartwarming tales told about Egged, sadly, the less than amazing is often more the norm.
The area around Rachel's Tomb has been fortified, cement barriers erected to protect those wishing to pray beside her grave.
A response to Ahmadinejad's vitriol from a Jew of Persian descent.
The upcoming President's Conference has a rich list of speakers and unlike some others, I personally don't think Stephen Hawking will be missed.
If anyone is restricted in Jerusalem today - it is we Jews, who are not allowed to move our lips in a whispered prayer, on the Temple Mount. But for today, I will think of the greater celebration.
What do you do when you find yourself in a no-win position?