Join Meir Panim’s campaign to “light up” Chanukah for families in need.
Posted on: July 18th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Moshe Feiglin
While the Egyptian coup was taking place, the Knesset passed a law that testifies to the fact that Israel does not really have a democratic culture, either.
Posted on: July 17th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Dov Shurin
What were you thinking on Tisha B’Av, the saddest day of the year? The day when we mourn the destruction of our two Temples; our expulsion from Spain, England and France; the Crusades, the Holocaust; our two thousand years of wandering the earth?
Posted on: July 17th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Fundamentally Freund/Michael Freund
Nearly seven decades since the end of World War II, Poland is once again turning on its Jews. In a stunning move last week, the lower house of the Polish parliament rejected a bill that would have restored the legality of shechita, or kosher slaughter, by a vote of 222 to 178.
Posted on: July 17th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Khaled Abu Toameh
Signs of the impending trouble awaiting King Abdullah emerged in the past few days.
Posted on: July 16th, 2013InDepth → Columns → America's Rabbi / Shmuley Boteach
The central quality of leadership is not eloquence but moral courage, a preparedness to be hated in the pursuit what’s right.
Posted on: July 11th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Moshe Feiglin
The principle that we must defend ourselves by ourselves was the guiding light of all of Israel’s governments – from the Sinai Campaign until the First Gulf War.
Posted on: July 10th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Keeping Jerusalem
How many times does PA chieftain Mahmoud Abbas have to repeat that the Israelis are planning to rebuild the Holy Temple atop the most volatile spot in the world before the world begins to accept it as true?
Posted on: July 10th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Khaled Abu Toameh
The downfall of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt is a severe blow to Hamas
Posted on: July 8th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Khaled Abu Toameh
Originally published at the Gatestone Institute. The consequences in the long-term are disastrous: they embolden the radicals and help raise new generations of Arabs and Muslims on hatred and anti-Western sentiments. Last week, Hussam Khader, a prominent Fatah activist, woke up to the sounds of gunfire outside his home in the Balata refugee camp in […]
Posted on: July 4th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Moshe Feiglin
The Zionist momentum ended in the nineties.
Posted on: July 2nd, 2013InDepth → Columns → Daniel Pipes
History and human nature say yes.
Posted on: June 30th, 2013InDepth → Columns → America's Rabbi / Shmuley Boteach
Peter Beinart and Jeffrey Goldberg maintain far-left sentiments on Israel, while others invest their lives in bringing people like Cory Booker closer to the Jewish community.
Posted on: June 27th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Moshe Feiglin
The legal authorities in Israel have all the legal tools necessary to completely reject the petitions against the residents of Amona.
Posted on: June 26th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Keeping Jerusalem
What could be more natural for a column dealing with Jerusalem than to pay special interest to the Temple Mount, the site of the Beit HaMikdash and the very center of the world? Especially given the distinct impression that throughout Israel, interest in this holiest spot has been swelling notably?
Posted on: June 20th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Dov Shurin
In recent years, the way people greet each other in Israel has changed. For as long as I can remember the greeting was always, “mah shlomcha,” which is equivalent to “How are you?” The Israeli answer was generally, “B’seder, Baruch Hashem,” equivalent to “I’m OK, thank God.”
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