The scent of approaching Kadima primaries has turned the heads of this party of corruption into saber-rattling hawks.
We have seen that, among several other essential purposes, Israel could conceivably need nuclear weapons for nuclear war fighting.
Have you noticed that some problems just won't go away?
During my trip to Poland last year, I witnessed the restoration project underway in the city of Poznan.
The following is an excerpt from a recent Front Page interview with Moshe Feiglin. The interviewer is Dan Rabkin of FrontPageMagazine.com.
We have seen that, among other purposes, Israel needs nuclear weapons to undertake and/or to support various forms of preemption.
I do not think that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's government will fall in the near future.
We have seen (in last week's list of reasons, numbers 1 and 2) that Israel needs nuclear weapons, among other purposes, to deter large conventional attacks and all levels of unconventional attack by enemy states.
Every spring and summer, there is renewed activity throughout Poland regarding the preservation of Jewish cemeteries.
Now that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's doctors did not significantly stall the police investigation into his highly suspect activities, we must brace ourselves for the prime minister's next delaying gimmick.
According to a May 1, 2008 article by Aaron Klein in WorldNetDaily, Joseph Cirincione, director of nuclear policy at the Center for American Progress, and an adviser on nuclear issues to Senator Barack Obama, has essentially urged Israel to give up its nuclear weapons.
The phenomenon of genocide is a uniquely human creation. Since the dawn of history, it has occurred on all the inhabited continents among diverse ethnic, religious, social and geographic groups. It has caused the deaths of more people than all the wars and individual murders combined. It is difficult to predict, to prevent or to limit. Its perpetrators mostly face impunity. In sum, genocide is as pervasive as it is intractable.
For all of those waiting to see Olmert forced out of office, I suggest that you don't hold your breath.
"For 2000 years Jews would have gladly exchanged the horrors of exile for the current State of Israel.
Last week Irena Sendler, a true heroine, passed away.
Having recently celebrated Israel Independence Day, I wonder why so many Jews refuse to pray for the State of Israel and for our Jewish sons and daughters who serve in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
"If you do not let my people go," says Moses to Pharaoh, "all of Egypt will be filled with frogs."
Nobody really expected Israel to react to the Katyusha rockets launched from southern Lebanon that hit the northern Israeli town of Shelomi (on the morning of Jan. 8, 2008).
Senator Barak Obama has displayed basic intelligence and understanding on many complex policy issues, and his "debate promises" in support of Israel were forthright and plausibly meaningful.