The sense of the situation the article gave was one of bewilderment; somehow a mistake had occurred, but it was no one's fault. It could happen anywhere.
Unlike the two-party American system, in the coming election Israel will be "blessed" with 31 parties.
As to the president knowing what he's doing: Didn't he say he didn't even know about the considerations that went into this decision - or the decision itself - until he heard about the controversy?
The more we appease them, the weaker we are perceived to be.
Such scruples tend to break down whenever it is possible to get some federal money for what is thought to be a good cause.
Tragically, the overreaction of the police only exacerbated the perception that we settlers are Public Enemy Number One.
I felt that if I did nothing else for the rest of my life, if I sat in bed eating bonbons day after day - that I could do so with a total sense of fulfillment.
When I was in fourth grade I was bullied mercilessly by a boy in class.
The ancients believed that the earth was the center of the cosmos. We believe that we are.
Today's skinheads of the Left are not confined to the streets; they also enjoy an active media presence.
When Salzman told people she had been secretly expelled from the Green Party's National Women's Caucus and removed from their listserv group, no one responded.
Although, as has been well-documented, recent years have seen a rise in anti-Semitism in the UK, we who reside here, members of both the older and younger generations, are apt to reflect upon the fact that we are privileged to live in a malchus shel chesed.
How can any leadership accept a situation where Jewish citizens need to constantly run for cover into shelters?
The knee-jerk response from much of the Jewish world has been outrage at the ZOA.
The Bush administration has promised Israel that it will not recognize any Palestinian government in which Hamas participates.
The Times editors hint at another rationale for continued engagement and financing of the Palestinians; an expectation that having to govern could well oblige Hamas to moderate its terror.
It is unclear why the FBI decided to go after AIPAC officials.
A Jew who participates in the suffering of his nation and its fate, but does not join in its destiny, which is expressed in a life of Torah and mitzvot, destroys the essence of Judaism and injures his own uniqueness.
Rabbi Nachman's "Tale of the Master of Prayer" describes a royal court that includes a bard, or melitz in Hebrew, who is a master poet and orator.
These polls over five years clearly indicate that Palestinians do not accept Israel and are not ready for peace with the Jewish state.