I wrote in my last posting about the passing of First Lady Nechama Rivlin, z”l. But I return to this subject briefly now
Today is Yom Yerushalayim – Jerusalem Day, marking the re-unification of Jerusalem in 1967. Never, ever, will our city be divided again.
It’s only a thought, or a rumor, at this point.
Before I get to it I want to thank all of my readers
I did my good news posting and was very glad for it.
But, if we care about what’s going on around us,
As has undoubtedly been obvious to many of my readers, even though Israel is in the throes of an election campaign (or the
My friends, I think it would be lovely if we could segue directly to early April and time for the Israeli elections. But,
Of a political nature.
I referred in my last posting to the campaign circus that was about to begin. Turns out it
Yesterday, my heart broke over the senseless, anti-Semitic attack in Squirrel Hill that took the lives of 11 Jews, during Shabbat, while they
There is no “ceasefire” agreement as I write. And I pray it does not come to be. Consider:
At the end of prayers
The situation is so surreal it is difficult to know where to begin. I am not only confused and frustrated, I am livid.