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Israel At the Forefront in Saving the Environment

plans for a major coal-energy plant to be built in Ashkelon have basically been shelved.

London Economist Intelligence Unit Praises Israel’s Economy

Straight from the Jerusalem Boardroom #186, November 08, 2013

Nuclear Peace with Iran in our Time

The immediate choice for the world today is not between diplomacy and preventive war. We have a third option: to maintain or even increase the sanctions.

Permutations & Combinations

Gematria is more than random wordplay.

Israel: the Impudence Accompanying Betrayal

"Israel has become an affluent and developed country that can afford to pay for its own defense."

A Solution to the Iran Threat

What to do? I have an idea.

Why the US Can’t Leave the Middle East

The overhyped Arab Spring has been cancelled in Egypt.

The Cubs Will Win the Series before ObamaCare Enrolls Enough Members

The scary part is that the uninsured are not showing up.

The Obama Purchase

Obama is a self-centered, arrogant, and quite probably megalomaniacal and narcissistic -- and possibly sociopathic -- jerk.

Germany: Greatest Double Robbery in the History of Art?

"I find it shocking they won't list everything they've found." — Lawrence Kaye, Art Lawyer, New York.

Superstition

if you call it “kabbalah” you are guaranteed a whole legion more of suckers.

A Munich Pact All Over Again

In the Middle East, as in Europe of the late 30’s, the drums of war will keep on beating.

Abuja’s Gihon Synagogue Leaders Reflect on Rhode Island Visit

There are some 3,000 members of the Igbo ethnic group practicing Judaism in Nigeria.

Light in Dark Times

Bad things happen, and when they do, the leader must take the strain so that others can sleep easily in their beds.

Financing Mideast Flames on a Burned-Out Budget

Under a sliding scale, carefully articulated in the Law of the Prisoner, the more heinous the act of terrorism, the longer the prison sentence, the higher the salary.

Sending Jewish Assets To Iraq

A plan by the State Department to transfer to Iraq 2,700 ancient artifacts and thousands of records that belonged to the Iraqi Jewish community but were seized by Saddam Hussein in 1984 has ignited an international firestorm.

Teaching Students, Not Subjects

If a teacher thinks his task is merely “to teach” – that it is no great thing to teach, that “anybody can do that” -- he must immediately be set straight.

Destruction in Bat Ayin

Since I made aliyah with my family only about ten weeks ago, I don’t yet have the lexicon to describe what happened this morning.

The Land of Milk from the Happiest Cows

A typical cow produces 70-80 pounds of milk daily while the Israeli cow makes 100 pounds!

The Rat Race

We are brought into this confusing, fascinating, infuriating world for such a short amount of time, and it’s our mission to accomplish what we can for the several decades we are allotted.

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