With all of the political angst and tension that we are struggling with these days, it’s easy to lose track of what is
It’s official. Israel’s 35th government was sworn in on Sunday after a full 500 days of angst that included three elections and the
In the pre-dawn hours on Tuesday, a unit from the elite Golani Brigade had gone into the village of Ya’abad in the northwestern
It appears that we are a “go” for the unity government. For now: I have yet to speak with anyone who believes that
The “mess” I am referring to is the electoral situation, and, quite frankly, I do not see the possibility of unscrambling it and
How strange this time is for us here in Israel.
Along with a good deal of the world, we’ve coped with the restrictions
Today we mark a momentous historical event that is not sufficiently recognized:
Following WWI, the victorious Allied powers met to determine the allocation
The number of issues calling for our attention has been overwhelming and so little offers clarity.
Yesterday was Yom Hashoah Ve’HaGevurah – Day
There is something surreal about the current situation, as if time is standing still.
It isn’t, of course. Someday ‒ let us