The Apartheid Bus BlitzMuch ado about nothing, especially when one has a predetermined outlook and ignores the facts.
Was There a Revolution in Egypt?The recent arrests of Egyptian journalists, bloggers and peace activists throw great shadows of doubt on the sincerity of the new constitution.
The Blanket Can Only Cover So MuchThere are basically two types of parties out there now, those covered under the central part of the blanket and those threatened with being left in the cold.
J Street Leader Comes to the Shomron: An Eye OpenerThe Shomron (Samaria) hosted a leading figure of J Street and Americans for Peace Now. She didn't quite say "amen", but did note signs of a decidedly permanent Jewish presence. The writer shares his impressions of the visit.
Red Magen David Crossed The Line It's about time Red Magen David cancelled the unconscionable agreement it signed with the International Red Cross - and kept hidden from Israeli citizens as long as it could.
What is the Story with Red Magen David in Shomron? The Shomron residents just can’t make the best use of that golden hour that is the window during which a seriously wounded person must get medical care, due to their great distance from any hospital.
Tornadoes in HevronNetanyahu will have to decide between Jewish history and a Defense Minister who does not relate to it.
Zionist? Take a Stand!if you really want to assist Israel in these difficult times, you are going to have to take a tangible stand.
Hey, Guys, Turn on the LightsThanksgiving is a good time to realize what really ticks off the haters of the Jews. And what it signifies for them.
Towards 'Tikkun Olam'The redemption of Israel is not detached from the rest of the world. It is actually “Tikkun Olam,” the fixing of the world or putting the world back on its rightful track.
What is Going on at the Temple Mount?Isn't it about time the Temple Mount should be open for Jewish worshipers? I was detained by police for bowing down in prayer there. In what other democracy would a citizen be interrogated for praying?
Congressman Steve Cohen, ShalomThere is a political price for being associated with pseudo Zionist J-Streeet of which you should be aware--but come visit us in the Shomron!
Olives of WrathThe claims of individual Arabs to legal ownership of the farmlands, in a majority of cases, is not proven, but not questioned by media and international organizations. They prefer to foment conflict.
Why So Hung Up on Jefferson's Koran?Let's point out that not every Muslim is an enemy of the Jewish people. And, of course, not all Christian members of Congress are friends of Israel.
The Jerusalem You Do Not Want to KnowAlong with 20 of my colleagues, all youth directors in the Jewish towns of Samaria, we set out for a very different experience, a special sight-seeing tour that should stand as a wake-up call to all of us.
United We FightAt times such as these we must put all issues aside and go out to battle. For how can one sit quietly when Jewish blood is being spilled like water? Is it not written, "Thou shalt not stand idly by your brother's blood"?
What Should We Do Next?At present, we face the Ehud Olmert government, which promises to expel and destroy the rest of Judea and Samaria. What will the national camp do? Will we continue with our symbolic protests, which we know have no effect, or will we make a real effort to prevent the land of Israel from falling into enemy hands?
A Salute to the True LeadersOur youngsters embody the perfect blend of Torah-true ideology and self sacrifice. They are <I>de facto</I> spearheading the "national camp" today with strength and glory; and every time they achieve success, various politicians and organizations scurry to reap the "profits" these youngsters gained.
The Danger of Assimilation in IsraelAssimilation in Israel is not only a demographic threat, but it also leads to a real security risk. Loss of Jewish identity often evolves into a situation where one sympathizes with the enemy, and can reach a point where one finally crosses the line to full-fledged, active support for the war against Israel.
Terms of PeaceThe Torah draws out the basic conditions by which we are permitted to make peace with the non-Jewish inhabitants of the land: they must accept our sovereignty and government of the land; obey the Seven Noachide Laws; pay tax; and serve the nation.
There Will Be No Internal WarIn Israel, a civil war is called <I>milchemet achim</I>, which means "a war of brothers", and the <I>Tanach</I> (Bible) tells us of many such wars.
Refusing Orders?The question of IDF soldiers refusing to obey orders is a very difficult issue to address, especially among those of us who believe in a strong Jewish State.
My Brother's KeeperThe recent natural disaster in Southeast Asia and the extraordinary response of the Israeli government and media show us something of what can happen when the Jewish State takes responsibility for Jewish people around the world.
Not a Personal StruggleThe people who tried so hard to remain in the "consensus", by arranging careful demonstrations and PR campaigns with empty messages, were eventually exposed as a body bereft of any ideology whatsoever - causing their supporters to lose interest in their grandiose campaigns.
Secure BordersThe fact is that no country in the world determines its borders as a result of international (consensus) agreement. Countries establish their borders by being a strong enough force in the region, until their neighbors must accept them.
What's All the Fuss About?This is not the first time that Noam has been arrested. He has stood trail in Israel tens of times and has been found innocent over thirty times.
Enough Plans and Counter-PlansFor over two decades, this "peace by piece" process has been going on, the Israeli government has been giving our national land (and other gifts, including guns) to all of our enemies. Arab terrorism has not in any way come to a standstill, but, on the contrary, it is more deadly and horrific in its scope. Yet still, we hear voices demanding that we give them more. What has happened to the leaders
Learning From the Yom Kippur WarThirty years after the terrible war that, had it not been for <i>HaShem</i>?s mercy on the Jewish people, could have been the end of the Jewish state, we must ask ourselves: What have the leadership learned from that war? Can we truthfully say that it will not happen again? Will Israel never be surprised by its enemies again?