Meir Panim Gives the Gift of Camp to Hundreds of Impoverished Children.
At some point, Israel has to do more than just stop them until the next time. At some point, we will have to finish the job and eliminate Hamas’ ability to fire on our people…or perhaps, just eliminate Hamas.
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“If you can’t negotiate with your enemy, why negotiate at all?” Great sound bite. The press loved it
The phenomenon pushing limits of Orthodoxy to the extreme left has no chance of becoming mainstream
Discussing, what should you do if you are feeling overstressed in your job and are tempted to quit?
Detention Camps for US Jews? Sounds farfetched but it did to Japanese-Americans during WW II as well
We asked the soldiers, what will you tell your children you did during the Disengagement?
The Arab terrorist murderer who murdered Malachi Rosenfeld,(HY”D)last month, was an American citizen
The “Stop Iran” rally was a voice of sanity coming from the American people, and directed at Senator Chuck Schumer who holds the keys…
Shalit Deal advocates: “Israel must do whatever it takes” to free Gilad; This proved deadly nonsense
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Dear CNN: When hypocrisy rules a media outlet, its mandate to call what they do “journalism” expires
With it seems more lives than a cat, I now recognize Hasgacha Pratis is HaShem’s involvement in life
There needs to be clarity about what is & isn’t acceptable in Orthodoxy; That should be the debate.
Obama, Kerry etc are promoting their “deal” like it’s the genuine article, not a cheap “knock-off”
Tony Stubblebine, founder of Coach.me, shares tips on translating desire for change into action
The Egyptians have never proven themselves to be particularly open or honest in their dealings with Israel. At least four wars have been fought between our countries. Peace is a fragile thing that must be nurtured. It must be built on honest dealings and trust. Moving tanks and anti-aircraft missiles violates not only the agreement, but the trust as well.
We would have three minutes if an attack came from Lebanon. Three minutes to get to shelter – and worry about where everyone else is and if they got to shelter in time. That’s if the missiles come from Lebanon. I don’t know how much time we’d have if the attack came from Syria or Iran…more, less, who knows.
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.
I wonder if anyone in the Olympics has thought of the reality that people in Israel’s south live with every day.
There is one great truth that all Israelis know; that all Jews have accepted. Today’s modern Jew, at least in Israel, is different than the Jew of yesteryear.
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.
Yesterday, Gaza supporters began tweeting that Israeli helicopters were randomly firing… I saw the video. It does not look random to me.
According to the Israeli government, the quick actions last night of Israel’s soldiers prevented a greater tragedy from happening. According to those who support the Palestinians cause…well, they’re stuck. They have to lie because they can’t possibly work with the truth. So, here’s how it goes, according to the twisted logic of the other side.
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