Put down that fiddle!We must be sure the word gets out quickly that it does not pay to mess with Jews or you get stopped dead in your tracks.
Palestinian Arabs - stop whining!Hey, Abbas, Hamas, Hezbollah: Stop turning your youth into brainwashed murderers and allow them to become healthy individuals and productive members of the world.
Leaders from hellAnyone who encourages its population particularly the younger segment, to put themselves in harms way is not a leader. Especially when the leaders themselves sit comfortably in their homes or religious institutions.
The Religion of ...Huh?Advertising isn’t usually overly concerned with the silly notion called truth. Rather, it simply wishes to sell something like - hold it, Islam is the religion of what?
Israel's Co-DependencyThe "militants" have demonstrated the worst of addictive behaviors. Not to drugs, of course, but they've become addicted to hatred, racism and violence. And yet, it is Israel, along with the rest of the Western world, that has become a co-dependent partner, and thus actually has served to perpetuate and reinforce this deadly, destructive cycle.
UN and Israel: Business as UsualIt's getting more challenging by the day to list the positive accomplishments of the world's most pretentious, self-serving and corrupt organization - the so-called United Nations.
Post-Gaza Stress SyndromeWhat's next for the "settlers"? Israel proper (if there is such a thing anymore)? And what does this all mean to the world at large?
Myths My Leaders Told MeIn the crazy realm of politics, there's an expression that is quite appropriate: say a lie long enough and it'll become truth. Unfortunately, in today's upside-down world, there's no shortage of these absurd myths that not only bombard our senses daily in the media, but have dangerously replaced the rare commodity known as common sense.
My Son in the IDF?To serve in the IDF to help <I>Am Yisroel</I> and <I>Eretz Yisroel</I> what could be better? What could bring a parent greater <I>nachat</I>? But to send my child to Israel to help evict Jews from their homes, from their lands, for which we've given, as a nation, our very blood, sweat and tears?
Who Owns the BehaviorFinally, one of the members of the committee asked the no-brainer question: "Who owns the behavior?" It's a well-known catch-phrase that essentially means, "We don't care if he missed the bus this morning, or his parents had a big fight, and he ate five Twinkies and three bottles of coke for breakfast. Bottom line is that he's responsible for his own behavior. Period.
IAF? I?ll Always FlyThe first notion involves the world sentiment towards Israel?s right to defend itself, or perhaps we should say lack thereof. Let?s start with the something as non-violent as building a wall to keep out the terrorist murderers.
The No-Peace ProcessThe "Road Map" has come and gone, buried in the circular file at the end of the desk - along with Oslo, Camp David, and all the other ones not worth the paper they were written upon. Ah, but we knew it was only a matter of time.
Double-Talk, Double-Standards, Double TroubleMuch could be done to restore some law and order in the wild and often crazy arena of Middle-East politics. But in order to achieve this illusive notion of peace, all parties have to somehow speak the same lingo. At the very least, the main concepts (and conditions) have to have a shared value.
Off-the-Road MapOkay, folks. Here we go again. It's round 28 (or was that 328?) in the latest well-intentioned, very misguided efforts to bring about peace between Israelis and the so-called Palestinians.
The UN is UNnecessaryThe UN's new creed? Try these for size: UNderhandedness; UNsightly;UNtruthful; UNfit; UNable; and very UNnecessary. Time to send it to the UNdertaker.
Confessions of an Ex-PacifistWe represented pro-life, a peaceful approach to resolving conflicts amongst nations. The "other side," well, they were the bad guys. The "big business" of the war machine. We saw ourselves as wearing the white hats, ready to save the downtrodden and even the world. Arm in arm we sat or stood, swaying back and forth, chanting away, "all we are saying, is give peace a chance." Thirty years later, I'