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The US Endangering Israeli Security

The mistaken idea that the U.S. is Israel's trusted ally has been proven wrong time and again.

Kislev (and Hanukkah) Approaching

I organize Women's Rosh Chodesh Prayers at Shiloh HaKedumah-Tel Shiloh.

Book Review: ‘The Elephant in the Room’

Torah, Wisdom, and Inspiration for Life by Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Better the Death Penalty than Releasing Arab Terrorist Prisoners

A Cabinet committee unsurprisingly defeated the Jewish Home bill to prevent the government from freeing heavy-duty terrorists.

No Place or Time Is Immune From Antisemitism

"Maybe in Germany in the 1930s and Russia in the 1970s but certainly in Sydney, Australia, Bondi you just don't expect an unprovoked attack."

Things Only a Trempistit, Israeli Hitchhiker, Would Know

The numbers of Arabs in Jerusalem aren't totally accurate, because many who hold legal residence don't actually live there.

Israel Should Build Much, Much More in the ‘West Bank’

Unfortunately, Israel is still dominated by Jews who are insecure in our success as a legitimate country.

Is this Peace the Real Thing?

None of the ideas so blithely bandied about would give Israel and Israelis any added security.

Anat Berko, Unlike Bibi, Not Afraid to Shout-Down our Enemies

Berko showed that it's possible to have a hasbara victory, even on campus.

Real Life in the Heart of Judea-Samaria aka ‘West Bank’

I speak Hebrew, English and pantomime with the Arab customers.

Will We Have a Wintery Rosh Chodesh Kislev?

I decided that it's best to start the week off with our group prayers at one of the holiest sites in the HolyLand, Shiloh.

Funerals in Israel, Especially When a Sage Dies

The head of the company didn't think it would be proper for us to be selling clothes when the great rabbi was being buried.

Terror Close to Home

If I can trust my memory, Psagot was a brand new yishuv when we moved to Shiloh in 1981.

Rosh Chodesh Marcheshvan, Join Us!

I got the idea to invite Jewish women to pray together at Tel Shiloh on Rosh Chodesh.

Islamist Extremists Winning, What Would Rav Kook and Jabotinsky Say?

Rav Kook's and Jabotinsky's followers are together in the Israeli Government, but they haven't taken the best from either philosophy.

Huge Pro-Settlement Rally in Jerusalem Wednesday

Our people in Jewish Home and Likud kept campaigning that they had to be in the coalition to influence government. They're in now, and what influence do they have?

Soul Saver: Jewish Cultbuster

Saving Jewish souls from cults and extreme assimilation is terribly stressful work.

Shimon ‘The Dangerous’ Peres Wrong Again

Shimon Peres personifies secular Labor's faulty reasoning.

Countdown: 40 Years Since the 1973 Yom Kippur War

The war took place almost half a century ago. That must really sound like "ancient history" to many people.

The Morning After… If Obama Bombs Syria

If the opposition gets into power and has nerve gas, they'd use it, too.

T’fillat Chana: the Annual Ellul Pilgrimage to Shiloh

This year they set up for an audience of three thousand

What War with Syria?

Should we be dusting off our gas masks?

We’ll Start the Year 5774 by Eating on the Fast Day

Tzom Gedalia is one of the "minor" fast days, when we only fast during daylight.

The Morsi, Syria, Lebanon etc. Lesson for Israel

According to Jewish Law, an insane person can't sign an important contract.

Kapora, Kapora, Getting Priorities Straight

Since my mother's death, my jewelry has suffered.

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