A Terrorist's Terror: At the Palmer Murderer's TrialFor the first time, the writer saw the terrorist's palpable fear of the terrorist organization's revenge on his family.
Maybe terrorists-in-training should worry. We don't expect them to think about their victims, even little baby Yonatan.
Do I Remember?The author wrote a poem about her feelings as a young wife whose husband was reported missing in action.
The Cloak of Misinformation and LiesThere have been many occasions when I was doubtful if I should actually meet with people who are, for the most part, locked into their own agenda and ignorant of the history of my people and land. "Why knock my head against the wall?" I wonder each time.
The Emperor's New ClothesFor all of those horrified, so-called enlightened people who point an accusatory finger at the parents of those young people who proved their courage, fortitude and love of Israel during the last year in Gush Katif, Samaria and Amona, I wish to clarify something.
Our Youth Do Not See DemocracyThere was a time when we were excited and proud to be a part of the democratic process of elections. There was a time when we knew which party was which, and what the platform was for each candidate.
Disengagement From Torah, Traditions and SecurityRecently, before the New Year, our sons were called up on <I>Shabbat</I> to fulfill the prime minister's political ambitions. What a disgrace to force hundreds of soldiers to break the <I>Shabbat</I> for Ariel Sharon's personal agenda.
The Fame of ShameThe pathetic appearance of Ariel Sharon in front of the international forum of nations was as appalling as it was unsurprising. For Sharon to run to this collection of nations that have continuously contributed to the ongoing terror directed against the people of Israel was expected. Who else would he run to - his fellow countrymen?
What About Jewish Blood?The truth of the matter is that we can be proud of our youth, who are actively involved in youth movements, who volunteer in social programs and elite units in the army.
We Fear NotPrime ministers come and go, governments come and go, and the Land of Israel stays.
A Mockery of ConcernIt is hypocritical to suddenly worry about our children being injured in traffic accidents when the government plans to evict our children from their homes, schools, communities and drag them away from all that they know and love. In truth uprooting our children from their homes would be far more dangerous than a possible traffic accident.
The Spirit of Our PeopleHistorically, when attempts were made to destroy us physically and spiritually, we only became more defiant and determined to overcome those who would stifle our nation.
Loyalty to Our Land and PeopleToday, I am ashamed of the prime minister, of the so-called defense minister of Israel, and of all of those elected to office in order to give us security and protection, because they have deliberately decided not to do so.