Last I wrote, I began with good news, which set an optimistic tone, and then followed with a catalogue of worrisome issues.
I’m going to start with the good news. It’s such a pleasure to have news to share.
It is hardly a secret that Prime
Monitoring the news since my last posting, I have encountered the following and more:
– MK Avigdor Lieberman, until very recently defense minister,
In my last posting, I wrote about hope – and I still have hope. We should all have hope.
However, while we are
It’s been tough going on the political scene these past few days. By yesterday, stories were changing almost hourly as tensions built. Conflicting
Our government’s premature willingness to stop the attack on Hamas yesterday was distressing and infuriating. Several people confessed to me that they found
How many times in the last weeks have I written that war with Hamas in Gaza was inevitable and surely coming?
“They” refers collectively to Prime Minister Netanyahu, the Security Cabinet, the IDF, and perhaps other persons in leadership roles making decisions on Gaza
Yesterday I moved to get a posting out without delay, in order to begin to provide perspective on the election. But of course