After completion of the reading of each of the five books of the Torah in synagogue, the congregation calls out, “Chazak, Chazak, V’nitchazek!”
How heartening to see a leader make a bold decision that improves the state of the world.
My friends, I spent hours on
The Talmud (Sanhedrin 72:1) tells us, “If someone comes to kill you, rise up early in the morning and kill him first.”
It is 18 years since my aliyah. Had someone told me back then that in less than 20 years there would be a
I begin with a report on the Likud primary that took place last Thursday: As expected, Binyamin Netanyahu defeated his challenger Gideon Sa’ar.
What I am eager to offer here is a different perspective on some of the matters confronting us. It is not my intention
Tonight begins the eight-day festival of Chanukah. And its message seems especially important – especially relevant – this year.
We know about the
A powerful symbol: the reaching up of hands. It means so many things. I reflect on this, as I begin a new posting:
The time for politically correct obfuscation is past. There is no room for pretending we don’t see:
The issues are simply too important