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From Israel: “Who Could Have Imagined This??”

February 28, 2019

Not I.  In all of the many years during which I have tracked Israeli pre-election campaigns, I have never encountered a campaign season

From Israel: “The Critical Roller Coaster of Israeli Politics!”

February 22, 2019

For weeks I was reticent about the intricacies of Israeli politics as the first stage of the campaign began to heat up.  It

From Israel: “Stretching! Stretching!”

February 15, 2019

To find upbeat news, that is. No, it is not easy right now.  But it is important for all of us to focus

From Israel: “The Inevitable Is Upon Us”

February 5, 2019

As has undoubtedly been obvious to many of my readers, even though Israel is in the throes of an election campaign (or the

From Israel: “The Many Faces of Moral Corruption”

January 29, 2019

Sunday was International Holocaust Remembrance Day.   Israel marks the Holocaust on a separate day – Yom Hashoah, after Pesach in the spring.  Yet,

From Israel: “The Flip Side!”

January 20, 2019

Exceedingly welcome.

There are so many good things to talk about with regard to Israel.  Unfortunately, I don’t always get to them, because

From Israel: “Madness and Menace!”

January 16, 2019

I want to begin with a request for assistance for the Legal Grounds Campaign, which I co-chair.  We are running a campaign to

From Israel: “No Way!”

January 9, 2019

There are some situations that must not be permitted to stand.  Not if we are concerned with Israel’s rights and the rule of

From Israel: “The Electoral Soap Opera!”

January 3, 2019

My friends, I think it would be lovely if we could segue directly to early April and time for the Israeli elections. But,

From Israel: “Thunderbolt!”

December 30, 2018

Of a political nature.

I referred in my last posting to the campaign circus that was about to begin.  Turns out it