Jerusalem in a Time of Love and Terrorism
Two terrorist attack near misses and an astonishing visit to a Jerusalem emergency room.
Would Your Great Grandparents Believe This?
Latest attempted stabbing reveals we've come a long way, but enemies continue trying to kill us.
Power Outage Midday Before Shabbat in Gush Etzion
Power outage just before Shabbat has little impact on residents of Efrat.
Graduation from Basic Training
"This is your home," he told the 342 soldiers representing 38 countries, at their "graduation" from basic training ceremony.
When Wearing Love of Israel as a Badge Masks Danger
The fluent Hebrew-speaking IDF veteran believes Israel's "right wing government" is the obstacle to peace.
The Foul Stench of the Ferguson Fallout
The malicious manipulation of frustrated fury is surely as egregious as merely perceived racism.
The Jewish Moral Superiority Complex is Eroding Our Rights
We are all contributing to the 'Chinese Water Torture' eroding Jews' rights to live, breathe, pray in Israel when we fail to correct others.
What Do They Mean She’s a ‘Settler’?
I showed my mother the headline about the stabbing. "A 'settler'? Why did they call her a settler?"
You Know, Mom, This is the ‘West Bank’
"This can't be the 'West Bank,' that's ridiculous" my mother said to me.