We cannot pretend otherwise: There is a great deal happening that evokes a very deep unease. This was my theme in my last
So much, so much, seems not as it should be – or, at least, as we would, in the normal course of events,
The workshop/conference in Bahrain has not even started yet, and we are being deluged by news reports about the Trump plan. Quite frankly,
Yoni Ben-Menachem, a Middle East analyst with the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, has advanced a highly plausible take on the situation surrounding
I can tell you, dear readers, that it is not annexation. Before you panic, allow me to explain. My reasoning is quite positive:
Our many challenges, that is. It is so easy to ignore them, or minimize them. But we do not have the luxury of doing
I wrote in my last posting about the passing of First Lady Nechama Rivlin, z”l. But I return to this subject briefly now
It’s the way of the world. There are always complexities and provisos and competing perspectives.
But first matters first: Sometimes the way
Today is Yom Yerushalayim – Jerusalem Day, marking the re-unification of Jerusalem in 1967. Never, ever, will our city be divided again.