Madness aside for the moment, I begin on a high note, with a hope that all who celebrated Pesach found joy and meaning
Here we are, in the midst of Pesach, with the final day coming on Shabbat here in Israel, and also on Sunday, outside.
“Chik-Chok” is a commonly used Hebrew slang expression that roughly means speedily – one, two, three quick. One might say, no frills. And
A harsh indictment of America, I realize, but one much deserved. I have watched, aghast and pained, as US citizens have caved in
The election in Israel is next Tuesday. Here I offer my perspective on what’s happening and what we might expect.
Before I return to the convoluted saga of the Gulf States and what may be coming down the road, a bit of good
We here in Israel knew we were doing very well with regard to corona, as compared with the rest of the world. And
If we let them. And so the ultimate question is where Israel stands.
When I speak of “them,” I am referring to national
In his book, “Blink,” pages 107 -108, Malcolm Gladwell discusses the modern approach to warfare. After Desert Storm [waged against Iraq in 1990],
This past Shabbat – the Shabbat before Purim – was Shabbat Zahor, during which we read from a Torah portion (for maftir) that