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A Soldier’s Mother: What Religion Are We?

Our children grow in this land of Israel, strong and proud. We march through the streets of our land, unafraid and yet committed to helping others, seeking peace, treating others with respect.

A Soldier’s Mother: Facing the Enemy

Here in Israel, soldiers are an integral part of our society. The army not only knows this but encourages this. Yes, God protect them, they fight in wars but they protect us in our daily lives.

A Soldier’s Mother: The Danger of a Politician with a Big Mouth

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.

A Soldier’s Mother: Random Acts of Being Israeli

A characteristic many don't see at first glance, or fail to recognize at all, is that Israelis are actually very kind people.

A Soldier’s Mother: Trying to Be Normal

The funerals continue here, and the stories of who they were and what they were able to accomplish before their lives were cut short will bring you to your knees.

A Soldier’s Mother: Her Future is My History

I want to be Israeli because I want my children to be Israeli. I want them to be Israeli so that they don't feel like they have to hide, or live in a cloistered ghetto. I want them to be full and free

A Soldier’s Mother: Who Am I?

Who Am I? I am a Jew whose family was forever changed by the Holocaust; I am an Israeli, forever ready to welcome the world's Jews and more, ready to send our sons to protect our Nation

A Soldier’s Mother: My Nakba

Israel is not perfect, but it is the one place Ive been that actually strives for perfection; Israel is a place where I don't feel out of place--even though I am not Jewish.

A Soldier’s Mother: Out Come the Flags…

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.

A Soldier’s Mother: London is Doomed

Sadiq Khan, London's newly elected Mayor and lawyer to terrorists, might just inspire London's Jews to come home to Israel

A Soldier’s Mother: From the River to the Sea; from the Ghetto to the...

Tonight, as I sit here, a memorial candle burning nearby, I check the news. Five mortars were fired at Israel today

A Soldier’s Mother: Givati

My son Davidi has been drafted - into Givati...Givati is one of the units of ground forces. Givati can be in the most dangerous places.

A Soldier’s Mother: Six Million Tears

What I feel for the Nazis is timeless, endless and without bounds. It is a hatred so deep, it borders on poison

A Soldier’s Mother: An Open Letter to King Adbullah II

Despite Israel's victory in the 6 Day War, in a move of monumental stupidity, Israel's Moshe Dayan handed over the keys to the Temple Mount to Jordan.

A Soldier’s Mother: A Vacation Day in Israel

There is nothing like Chol Hamoed in Israel...

A Soldier’s Mother: The Silence

The sound of the explosion is deafening...so too is the silence of the world.

A Soldier’s Mother: Today, In My Little Country

Today's bus bombing in Jerusalem was not about the occupation nor supposed economic hardships. It is...it was...it always will be about hatred.

A Soldier’s Mother: An Open Letter to Bernie Sanders

Bernie, it sounds great when you tell the cameras you're "proud to be Jewish" but you need to be proud you are a Jew - a noun, Bernie, not an adjective. That's what it is to be a Jew - it is not a description, it is the essence..

A Soldier’s Mother: In My Little Country

Manslaughter? For doing the right thing? When his own commanding officer admits the terrorist was NOT neutralized and that he feared the terrorist was armed with a bomb?

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