Thoughts on 'Tikun Olam', how to repair the world

The Jewish world, as Walter sees it, with crumbling morals.

Walter Bingham ,

Fixing a broken world
Fixing a broken world
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Is Israel: A light unto the nations, following the path of righteousness?

Why: Our government is a joke. The absence of collective Cabinet responsibility leads to contradictory ministerial actions and strife between ministers. The world is puzzled.

Problems: At the Western Wall. The old claims of the progressive element against the Orthodox administration have again become acute.

How: Does Critical Race Theory affect Jewish life? The conflict between the State (particularly in the US), and parenthood.

Hear: About today's detrimental lifestyle. How the lack of morality and ethics by our leaders and their unbecoming language influence our youth.

Biden's Chutzpah: How the US expects to be consulted before Israel takes security measures to protect the nation against Palestinian Arab covert aggression.

More Evidence: Of how Israel's Supreme Court's bias hurt's the Jewish people.

A Report: On the nation's COVID health and who cannot give blood.

Plus: The UN Human Rights organizations focus on the wrong targets.

And: More.



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