Just a thought: On Israel

Orthodox Jews in the exile have yet to make Israel a central part of their thinking, belief or practice.

By AHARON E. WEXLER
February 8, 2018 20:40
4 minute read.
A group of new olim pose after arriving in Israel

A group of new olim pose after arriving in Israel. (photo credit: SHAHAR AZRAN)

 
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