Larry Domnitch

The Ramban Synagogue: Hope Amidst Despair

Seven hundred years before Israeli paratroopers made their way through gates surrounding the Old City of Jerusalem during the Six Day War, a great sage was building a cornerstone in Jerusalem. His contributions towards rejuvenating Jewish life in the holy city are everlasting. His impact upon history is monumental., 5/18/2004, 6:47 PM

A Passover Thought

Passover is a most appropriate time to ask how we Jews can alter the course of history. , 4/9/2004, 1:15 AM

Holding on to the Golan

Four years ago, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak offered to give Syria the Golan Heights. However, the negotiations that followed failed to reach an agreement, and four years later, the Golan Heights remains in Israel?s hands., 10/28/2003, 5:22 PM

The Contributors

The Road Map! How did we get here? A proposed Road Map towards a state for the sworn enemies of Israel bordering on Israel?s main population centers, and approved by the Israeli Cabinet! Bad policy is seldom the product of the actions of one lone group of individuals. The recent decision by the Israeli Cabinet to accept the Road Map is not an exception. The following people have had a direct contr, 6/9/2003, 6:33 PM

The Magic of <i>Shavuot</i>, 1967

On the morning of <i>Shavuot</i>, June 15, 1967, just six days after the liberation of the old city of Jerusalem following the Six-Day War, the Old City was officially opened to the Israeli public. For the first time in almost two thousand years, masses of Jews could visit the Western Wall and walk through the cherished streets of Judaism?s capital city as members of the sovereign Jewish nation. E, 6/4/2003, 7:04 PM