Not learning Torah on Nittel Nacht is a mistake.
Ask yourself, what would happen if Saudi Arabia were to change its buying habits?
And figured some day you'll Google it.
Here's some background these papers neglected to mention...
It's time to diversify.
Shortly afterwords the holy man drowned.
The Israeli government wants to track every single financial transaction you make - EVERY. SINGLE. TRANSACTION!
Refocusing on domestic issues, maybe Obama will leave Israel alone.
I think it's fair to say that Putin spit in Obama's face yesterday, and then rubbed it in for good measure.
I was wondering how Obama was going to sidestep his promise to attack Syria if they used chemical weapons.
Syria presents a fascinatingly real, morbid ethical question, similar to the questions of Darfur and Rowanda.
For stability, you can't go wrong with Mubarak.
Sick of the Palestinians displaying their "map of Palestine"? Nothing will enrage them more than this map.
Bibi wants to release terrorists, and is surprised by the push-back against the deal. Neither side understands the other.
The current peace talks raise some obvious questions, the answers are a little less obvious.
Are ready for the 9th of Av? The children are....
It would mean a stable Egypt, hopefully a less extreme Egypt, and perhaps even a democratic Egypt.
Egyptians would probably be quite happy to have Mubarak back in power.
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Not so long ago, Diane Sawyer dutifully informed her viewers that "Bashar Assad is ready to work with the United States."
Deputy Minister of Finance Mickey Levy (Yesh Atid) said at a Tel Aviv conference that "The Benefits Party is over". "Entire populations do not take...
There's no question that many of the backers of the Women of the Wall see the obliteration of Torah Judaism in public places in Israel as their ultimate goal.
It really failed because of Shimon Peres.
From the Islamic sources, it is clear that Eilat had a significant Jewish population, which existed for hundreds of years after the Muslim conquest.