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In Hebrew: ‘Economy’

17 Tevet 5773 – December 30, 2012
A daily dose of Hebrew.

Run Zoabi, Run

You might recall the famous case of MK Azmi Bishara, not coincidentally, also from the Balad party.

In Hebrew: ‘Average’

15 Tevet 5773 – December 28, 2012
A daily dose of Hebrew.

Yated Ne’eman Seeking New Mashgiach?

A call to the paper's editorial offices resulted in utter bewilderment.
David Faiman of the National Solar Energy Center in front of the world's largest solar parabolic dish, in the Negev.

Israeli Culture Wins at the United Nations

15 Tevet 5773 – December 27, 2012
Many commentators on the far left scolded those who would suggest a connection between culture and success – imputing racism to such arguments.
Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik

Whose Judaism is it Anyway?

The tragedy that we face today is that everyone thinks they are the sole possessors of the answer.

Why Celebrate the Circumcision of Jezeus?

14 Tevet 5773 – December 26, 2012
The history of January 1st should make Jews think twice before they celebrate New Year’s and take part in its heathen festivities.
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New Finds from First Temple Period at Motza

The Israel Antiquities Authority has announced the discovery of a rare cache of sacred vessels from the early days of the Kingdom of Judea.

Settling Back to Quiet

May God forever bless us with these messy floors and children who never listen for the siren, never look where to hide.

Have We Been Overlooking Southern Lebanon?

Here in Israel, keeping your head in the sand is seen as an unbearably expensive option.
Egyptian blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad at Hebrew University press conference on Sunday, December 23.

Meet Egyptian Activist Maikel Nabil: Pro-democracy and Pro-Israel

Egyptian blogger Maikel Nabil spent over 302 days in prison for criticizing the Egyptian Military after it took power in early 2011.

Here, It’s Not Xmas At All

13 Tevet 5773 – December 25, 2012
How can the Jews of the Diaspora put up with it?
Paratroopers Brigade Reconnaissance Batallion in Live-Fire Drill.

So They Won’t Have to Serve

My son-in-law needs to believe that there will be no need for soldiers in another 18 or so years. Deep down, I want to believe that too.

Every Jew – a .22?

I believe that the massacre in Newton would never have happened if guns were made illegal.

Visualizing the Beit HaMikdash

How would the Beit HaMikdash fit into the landscape of the Old City?
Lee Harvey Oswald

Madmen and Crowds

Crowd culture expects everyone to follow the leader, to join the meme, to move with the flow, but that is something that crazy people cannot do.
A settler tending to his vineyard in the settlement of Bat Ayin. European anti-settlement activists are pushing to curtail the sale of products from Judea and Samaria.

‘Articles of Faith’: The Absence of Critical Thinking About ‘Settlements’

12 Tevet 5773 – December 24, 2012
Those who insist that the "settlements" represent the biggest obstacle to peace should be asked to explain why their theory doesn't match with the history.
Rabbi Yisroel Miller

Religious Pluralism Within Orthodoxy

My harsh criticism is reserved for extremist behavior that is a result of those Hashkafos – even if it is from my own.

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