Tzvi Fishman (Page 3)

 My Life-Changing Encounter with A Kabbalist Elder

My Life-Changing Encounter with A Kabbalist Elder

It is eleven o'clock, Thursday night in Bat Yam, and the Rebbe Meir Baal HaNess Synagogue is already packed with five hundred people awaiting the arrival of the righteous Tzaddik., 21/02/2006 14:10
 Civil Disobedience: Cornerstone of Am Yisrael

Civil Disobedience: Cornerstone of Am Yisrael

These days, we hear many hysterical voices - in the Israeli government, the army and the media - proclaiming that civil disobedience threatens the foundation of the nation. In fact, the very opposite is the case., 30/12/2004 17:36
 Sharon's Oslo

Sharon's Oslo

Incitement is back in the news. Just about every radio or TV news broadcast has a sensational story about a settler or rabbi who is inciting the public to political murder. Every expression and poster is examined by a special team of policemen and rushed off to the Attorney General. Mysterious phone call threats and secret plots to blow up the Temple Mount are now as predictable as the weather rep, 04/10/2004 22:49
 Put Me on Trial, Too

Put Me on Trial, Too

What was on trial, I realized, was not a pirate radio station, or the issue of broadcasting from sea or from shore. It wasn?t even the defendants who were on trial, Rabbi Zalman Melamed and his wife, Yaakov Katz, Yoel Tzur, Adir Zik, Haggai Segal and others. On trial were the things they represented, the ideals they believed in. First and foremost, the Land of Israel was on trial. , 28/12/2003 21:07