Netanyahu said to Biden: Abbas doesn't want peace. Now what?
The doctors were certain that he'd soon be dead eight years ago.
”This is a bizarre proposal which relates to Arab citizens as chess pieces."
"The Holocaust was not six million. It was one plus one plus one."
When Chavi was stricken with Polio, children didn't have many rights.
In the last 30 hours in Israel...
Thank God we're all healthy and rich with friends and family.
Peace is not around the corner.
Israel did send an impressive delegation, but it didn't include Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
Avi Lipkin talks about the Arab spring, Syria and Hillary Clinton.
Even if declaring partial sovereignty eases pressure on Israel immediately afterwards, it is dangerous.
"Zero Tolerance" for Arab Terrorism!
He said Labor rejects the construction of Jewish settlements "on Palestinian land."
Not only is Shiloh the center of many Biblical events, but we are the place and the people politicians and world leaders want to move around like chess pieces.
In Judaism the majority isn't always right. There are inflexible absolutes. Democracy is not a Jewish value!
All I can say is that it looks good for Iran, but I wonder if it's good for the world.
Bennett may not have Bibi's charm or perfect "radio voice," but his mind is quick and his mouth is fearless.
Lately the Jewish Press has been posting many of my blog posts.
So far, most of this winter, which began a month and a half ago, has been with clear blue skies like in the picture I took last week.
He should be as firm with the Arabs as he claims to be with the Iranians.
Israelis are not happy about the next round of talks being directed by United States Secretary of State John Kerry.
The Holiday of Hanukkah takes place at the end of the month, when the moon is fading from the sky and its light has gotten dimmer.
The mistaken idea that the U.S. is Israel's trusted ally has been proven wrong time and again.
I organize Women's Rosh Chodesh Prayers at Shiloh HaKedumah-Tel Shiloh.
Torah, Wisdom, and Inspiration for Life by Ron Yitzchok Eisenman