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It’s All About Location

The Midrash tells us that Mount Sinai was neither the highest nor the most splendid mountain. In fact it is described as being the lowest and humblest in its vicinity.

50 Years from What?

If Jerusalem was conquered by the Jordanians in 1948 and “liberated” or “reunified” in 1967 the Israeli claim becomes not only reasonable, but more more legitimate than the Palestinian claim.

The New Peace Movements Exposed

The new peaceniks delusion: Jewish Israelis should abandon our “white, western, identify” and identify with a greater “Semitic” sense of self and this will lead to peace with our murderous neighbors

The Shuk Artist

If things go well, Souza can paint a portrait in an hour to an hour and a half.

Dignity for Israel: Jewish Prayer on the Temple Mount

Obama felt he could solely focus on Palestinian dignity and Israeli security. In doing so, he abused the Jewish State and facilitated a twisted “progressive” approach to Israel which denies it dignity .

Europe Fights Back with Candles and Teddy Bears

For Europe, Islamic terrorism is not real, but only a momentary disruption of its routine. We fight against global warming, malaria and hunger. But are we ready to fight for our civilization? Have we already given up?

Palestinian Hikers Shatter ‘Occupation’ Myth

In his summary of Israeli-Palestinian history Estrin didn't want to let inconvenient facts get in the way of a good anti-Israel story.

What Rabbi Benny Elon Did For Jerusalem

Recollections and reminiscences of Rav Benny Elon, (ZT"l)

Netanyahu And Trump: A Dangerous Combination

By not allowing Trump to move the embassy, Netanyahu let the Oslo genie back out of the bottle and he will not be able to control it….

A Matter Of Judgment

The pivotal appointment to the Supreme Court Justices make the political nature of the US legal system quite clear/ From a British point of view that is truly shocking. From a halachic one it is horrific.

On the Bookshelf

Just one book is needed: Eim HaBanim Semeicha by Rabbi Yissachar Shlomo Teichtel. It reminds you why you came here in the first place and everything falls in line after that.

The Saga Of Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi

Responsibility, taking acharayus for our actions, is something we could all start doing a bit more.

The Name Of Yerushalayim

Yerushalayim is the place where Hashem was served from the beginning of time, the place where Hashem caused His presence to rest, and the place for unifying all Yisrael and for strengthening the bonds between Hashem and man

It’s Time Jerusalem’s Arabs Joined In the Jerusalem Day Parade

The extremists are preventing Jerusalem's Arabs from integrating.

Why Millennials Love Shabbat

Shabbat is an opportunity to put life on hold just long enough to recharge our humanity, develop meaningful bonds through kinship and worship, and explore where we came from in order to decide where we are going

Every Grain Of Sand…

God commands Moshe: s’eu et rosh. Count. But don’t simply count. Lift the head! This is God telling Moshe that every individual matters. Every life is the entire universe. No individual is ever swallowed up by the many.

Hebron: Connecting to Our Roots

Hebron is a city of conflict. It is a place where we the Jewish people have struggled, fought, lost, and now have returned.

After Trump Visit, the Onus Rests On Us

Trump expressed friendship and support for Israel in a more positive manner than any of his predecessors and also, diverting from recent presidential norms, spoke directly to the Arab world in a blunt and forthright manner.

Anniversary of an Image

David Rubinger, the famed Israeli photographer, snapped the most famous photograph in Israel’s history: three soldiers standing reverently at the Wailing Wall soon after Jerusalem was reclaimed in the Six-Day War. What is the source of the image’s endurance?

Abbas and Palestinian Authority Honor Terrorists Amid Trump Visit

Though Abbas tried to present a moderate stance to the American president, the PA named public squares in Jenin and Tulkarem after terrorists in the lead up to his visit with President Trump

Manchester: Europe Still ‘Shocked, Shocked’

After hearing of the Manchester terrorist attack, politicians once more communicated their by now old-routine of "shock" and "grief" at the predictable outcome of their own policies.

How to Solve the Palestinian Problem

The indigenous Jewish population and the Muslim migrants who settled in Israel are inherently incompatible. The Palestinian problem might be solved somewhere in Jordan or Syria. History and experience tells us it will never be solved in Israel.

‘No One Wants To Rock The Boat’: Marc Gronich interviews New York Assemblyman Dov...

I always wanted Trump if it was a choice between Trump and Hillary Clinton. Hold my nose, let him win. I don’t want the Democrats and the progressives and Sanders and Ellison.

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