Israel has a secret weapon: G-d Almighty!
We must destroy the Arab terrorist enemy completely!
Things were quiet in the Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem on Monday morning.
The State of Israel must also re-sentence each and every convicted terrorist.
Our history is full of antisemitic attacks and wars, and in no case did any foreign power rescue us.
The families of the two believed responsible for the kidnappings were treated too well by Israeli media.
A safe uneventful trip was not something I or my children could take for granted.
People in Gush Etzion shouldn't think that it is any safer or more Israeli than Gush Shiloh.
If we can't hitchhike near Arabs, why does the world consider them our peace partner?
The position of President of Israel was created to be ceremonial.
Ideological differences within Bibi's coalition members are less harmonious than a Chinese sweet and sour dish.
The Arab terrorism isn't due to Jews living somewhere, it's because the Arab leadership, want to destroy Israel.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu should be using this opportunity to totally close off all negotiations and tell the world the truth.
It was Netanyhu's acceptance that has facilitated the rapid progress the P.A.'s Fatah has made.
There is a waiting list to get into many yishuvim, such as Shiloh, because of the severe housing shortage.
The pope's "even-handedness" was an affront by equating the State of Israel with that band of Arab terrorists.
Bibi has some cabinet-cleaning to do.
Davka that the pope's visit coincides with the forty-seventh anniversary of the 1967 Six Days War is terrible timing.
The most reliable way of knowing a place is to live there.
Naftali Bennett's staff put together a brilliant video clip explaining the dangers of a nuclear Iran.
The Prime Minister, like too many others, lives in the shadow of a brother whose life was cut short.
In order to understand today's State of Israel we must remember the awful, disgraceful side, too.
In Israel, even the buses count the Omer.
Peace, true peace, isn't up to us. We've offered it on gilded platters forever. Nothing we do will bring peace to our Land.
The Seder: We starve (during the sometimes endless recitations and discussions) and we feast.