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.
Pro-Israel leaders on campus are as important as the troops in the IDF and professional hasbaraniks.
Before Begin's policy of withdrawing from Land liberated in the 6 Day War, today's scenario was unthinkable.
Rosh Chodesh Nissan commemorates the very first mitzvah.
Today's supposedly Center-Right politicians are more like the Extreme Left of earlier, safer time
I said to the Arab woman, 'if the politicians would just leave us alone, we'd have peace.' She agreed.
Jolie decided she doesn't need her mammary glands and ovaries, we in Israel do not need the United States of America.
I'm glad that we never had to choose between the country of our birth and the country of our choice!
As president, Truman initially opposed the creation of a Jewish state.
Other people and religions also want the benefit of the "local call" to God.
To pass God's test, the Jewish People had to be independent of others and show faith in God.
They know that on Shabbat our defenses are down and we're recharging our spiritual batteries.
I really wonder if there is such a thing as European countries that like and support the State of Israel.
Peace only happens when one side declares unconditional surrender or both sides really want peace.
When I went to my first Shabbaton in the fall-early winter of 1963 I knew nothing of Torah Judaism.
This is not the first time Rabbi Riskin has been featured in a video presentation which has raised eyebrows and caused controvers.
Those predictions are very dangerous and can cause more economic problems than our going our own way would have.