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I have two responses to this quandary that grant me enough peace of mind to keep on praying, despite the absence of a voice from beyond.
The vast majority of the country’s estimated 200,000 Jews have remained in the country.
More than seven decades may have passed since the establishment of the state, but it seems that some still believe political profit can be made by labeling an opponent as Ashkenazi or Sephardi.
As I dove deep into my formative years, I was surprised by how prescient we were (at times) and how off base we were (most of the time).
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
A growing ecosystem of peace-building NGOs is strengthening the relationships and attitudes that the next generation of Israelis and Palestinians will need if they’re ever to exit this tragedy.
The government of Israel is a weak and subservient actor in the face of wealthy and violent Bedouin clans and well-entrenched mafia-style gangs.
A two-state solution, which continues to be the preferred resolution to our struggles here, is very far off and impossible to implement today. Lapid is simply stating the obvious.
Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed's trip was something that Israelis had never seen before. I would go as far as saying that it was the most important diplomatic visit to Israel in the past Jewish year.
Israeli security officials, politicians need to realize: There is no such thing as a “lone wolf” terrorist. It’s not TikTok and Twitter that breed and cultivate such monsters; it’s the PA.