Iran seems closer to its nuclear goal today than it did before Obama’s interim capitulation.
We wish everyone learns to fully interact with reality, unfettered by limits of space and time.
Freedom may include democracy but democracy does not necessarily include freedom.
Running a country according to the God-given laws of the Torah would result in something very great indeed.
Oz claims graffiti or slashed tires are today’s equivalent of Dr Mengele; what is left to discuss?
J Street favors dialogue with a genocidal terrorist group but calls for shunning a 21 year old college student with differing political views.
These restrictions placed on the soldiers result from international pressure as well as campaigns initiated by radical left-wing Israeli NGOs.
For our children, technology is not just another activity that is forbidden on Shabbos.
The ISNA imam compared Sharia to Judaism and Jewish dietary laws (Kashrut - Kosher), and Christian laws.
Silence and inaction by the UN and the EU add up to at least a degree of culpability.
With his decision to unite with Hamas, Mahmoud Abbas has thrown away diplomacy and chose terrorism instead.
If we can learn to fear the surveillance of the Internet, we can learn to fear God's constant watching.
J Street has no interest in working with rivals or allies, its purpose is the defeat of consensus.
There is a spiritual malady causing our people to turn against each other.
While the Obama administration has moaned about Palestinians taking “unhelpful” steps, their “scolding” has not approached the criticism that has been leveled at the Jewish State.
We must return to the values of Jewish morality, and the ability to distinguish between friend and foe.
Prisoners who smuggled sperm out of jail knew it was the only stage of the process they could monitor.
Proponents of the new Basic Law proposal view it not as a threat to democracy but as essential to Israeli democracy.
J Street is like the kid in the schoolyard who makes the rules in his favor, but when he loses, claims it was unfair.
Dear Abir I read with interest your blogpost objecting to having been included in Haaretz’s list of 66 Israeli Women You Should Know, published by...