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
“They” refers collectively to Prime Minister Netanyahu, the Security Cabinet, the IDF, and perhaps other persons in leadership roles making decisions on Gaza
These days, when we have barely processed information, new events demand our attention. I have been focused on the tragedy in Pittsburgh, and
This will be a “catch-up” posting to keep my readers in the loop during a process with regard to Hamas that is still
War? Not war?
It rather depends on who we listen to, and the time of the day.
On Sunday, the Security Cabinet met;
It is been a while since I have begun a posting with even a bit of optimism. But that, my friends, is what