Tonight, with a one-minute siren, Yom Hazikaron, Israeli Memorial Day, will begin. This is a time during which we honor the memories of
Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day in Israel began last night with official ceremonies at Yad VaShem. As always, six survivors of the
If we let them. And so the ultimate question is where Israel stands.
When I speak of “them,” I am referring to national
This past Shabbat – the Shabbat before Purim – was Shabbat Zahor, during which we read from a Torah portion (for maftir) that
At last, within the American political scene, at least one reason for gladness:
The Senate has acquitted President Trump of the charges of
Bringing us up to date: Tuesday night, after a day of rocket attack from Gaza, all was relatively quiet. Then on Wednesday, serious
I had not planned to post again so soon, but when a crisis arises, there is no time to delay. I write now
And I do not think the world ever will, for we are an extraordinary people.
These are tough times here in Israel, as
Our government’s premature willingness to stop the attack on Hamas yesterday was distressing and infuriating. Several people confessed to me that they found