Your Rosh Hashana ChallengeCan you name an ideal that can actually grow and strengthen from generation to generation, instead of weakening over time?
Tisha B'Av and Jewish DestinyIsrael does not have a future, it has a destiny. The Prophets of our Tanach (Jewish Bible) wrote about this unfolding more than 2,500 years ago.
Redemption and Obama's Reelection: What Do You See?
What a strange twist: will America be included in the Jewish Redemption story? Today, it appears that America is increasingly hostile towards Israel. But evidence of that seems real only for those who say they see it.
Deny Zion, Deny G-d?Could our passion for the Land be the catalyst for the miracles we have witnessed? Could Land be the key to our Redemption?
Cry Zion, Lest Thy Ultra and Anti Sons Trap the LightZion is trapped between the hate of the anti- and the denial of the ultra-. She wanders, aimless, her heart torn by those closest to her. Only her youngest reach out to her. Netanel Yahalomi, hesdernik, Hy"d, was one.
Jerusalem, You Will Sit Alone No MorePay heed, BBC and Mr. Morsi - Jerusalem has a Jewish destiny. G-d watches Jerusalem, the Temple Mount, the Jewish people and the nations. He sees who supports Jerusalem, who attacks her people. And He keeps His word.
Beyond Ulpana: How Nationalists Can WinThere are positive outcomes from the defeat of the Ulpana law, as a result of the government's trying to placate the right and prevent another demolition. The right must be in the government to make sure it happens that way.
The KingPrime Minister Netanyahu has been crowned king by Time Magazine. What are they inferring? What does it mean for us?
Likud Primaries: Like Shalom Aleichem's SilverwareLikud primaries are on Tuesday, January 31. A Feiglin supporter, who has written on the contrast between the candidates, expresses some cynical fears and warnings about the voting process. Political power struggles have led to shenanigans before.
Boycott Next Week's Likud Primary? Really?Sometimes Israel seems like Alice in Wonderland, but the suggestion to boycott the Likud primary, says this writer, is acting like the Mad Hatter. After all, in Israel, losers also win.