This will be my last posting before Pesach begins on Friday night.
This year, the Pesach themes of redemption and evil resonate for
Thirty-seven years ago, during the First Lebanon war, Israeli troops engaged in a fierce and bloody battle with Syrian and affiliated PLO units
I did my good news posting and was very glad for it.
But, if we care about what’s going on around us,
I begin this posting with a caution about how “current” it will be when you read it. This may seem to be a
Not I. In all of the many years during which I have tracked Israeli pre-election campaigns, I have never encountered a campaign season
For weeks I was reticent about the intricacies of Israeli politics as the first stage of the campaign began to heat up. It
To find upbeat news, that is. No, it is not easy right now. But it is important for all of us to focus
As has undoubtedly been obvious to many of my readers, even though Israel is in the throes of an election campaign (or the
Sunday was International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Israel marks the Holocaust on a separate day – Yom Hashoah, after Pesach in the spring. Yet,