Lessons learned from Operation Shield and Arrow.
Yesterday, a small group of anarchists and power-elites held the entire country hostage, shutting down the country as the economy and security of the nation hung in the balance.
Until now the protesters drowned out any other voices, but the Haredim of Bnei Brak got them to start talking.
Rav Nachman of Breslov has some stories that can get us through the anarchy crisis.
The wife of On ben-Pelet saved him from Korach's revolt where he had nothing to gain and everything to lose.
What if the hi-tech companies leading the battle against judicial reform had darker motiviations behind their actions?
It's interesting that American activists oppose the judicial selection process they have in the US... when it comes to Israel.
Jameel discusses the origins of the minhag of Shlissel Challah.
What politician, judge or investigative committee is going to try and fight this spying knowing that their deepest secrets will be exposed by the police?
Through Trump's unfiltered mouth we learn the truth about Bibi.
It’s the 7th of Tishrei. It’s been 3 years since Ari Fuld hy”d was murdered.
Assaf A. Voll has written one of the most comprehensive books on the history of the Palestinian People.
Like Ariel Sharon, Naftali Bennett lied and cheated his voters, but technically, what he did didn't break the rules of Israeli democracy.
Didn't Progressive Jews explain often enough that it's OK to hate Israel, and that doesn't make one an anti-Semite?
Netanyahu's actions yesterday were important messages to a whole slew of people. Were they smart enough to understand them?
Perhaps the race isn't really between the current party leaders at all...
We started to write one post this evening after watching what looked like an historic speech by Mansour Abbas (Ra’am party), but then we saw a very different speech he gave 4 days ago, in Arabic.
The good news is there won’t be a fifth election. The bad news is there won’t be a solid rightwing coalition either.
Netanyahu is right where he wants to be, with a choice of coalition partners to pick from.
Apparently some dogs are Reform!
Deliberate ambiguity has created resistance among those who should otherwise be supporting the application of Israeli law in Judea and Samaria. Name-calling hasn't helped either.
Jason Greenblatt seems to have clearly implied that the PA could veto Israel's application of sovereignty, right now.
David Friedman is on our side, but he makes claims that are contradicted by the text of the peace plan he is trying to sell us.
In honor of Israel's 72nd Independence Day, Efrat residents Rabbi Shlomo Katz and Moshe Kesselman released a song.
Gantz is trying to hard to push a very left wing government onto Bibi, and it may backfire on him.
Who are the winners and the losers of the election crisis, and what did we learn from it?
Blue&White will lose if they try to force Amir Peretz to give up his cozy new chair as Knesset Speaker, and Peretz has his own long-term agenda.
For Blue&White, running the country is secondary to getting rid of Netanyahu.
Tonight at candle lighting time, Jews in Israel and around the world will go out to their gardens, porches, and windows to sing Lecha Dodi and Shalom Aleichem together.
The Blue & White campaign ad implies there are too many dedicated religious Jews and we're dirtying up Israel.