Do you think that senior ministers who were aware of Moshe Katsav’s character should be investigated for allowing him to be elected as Israel’s president? What is being done about the high rate of Ethiopian women being abused or even murdered by their husbands? How do you think parents can teach their children to use social networking sites such as Facebook safely? RELATED:20 Questions with Jonathan Spyer (Premium) This week on 20 Questions, we are joined by Ruth Eglash, The Jerusalem Post’s social affairs correspondent and reporter for the newspaper for over ten years. Eglash asserts that senior officials that allowed Katsav to become president should look into themselves. “There needs to be an official inquiry and [even] an overhaul of the system,” Eglash says, “to make sure this doesn’t happen again.”Eglash is ambivalent about the value of children using Facebook. On the one hand she believes it to be a wonderful tool, allowing children to connect with friends and relatives overseas - not least of all because it improves their English. But there are myriad dangers in allowing children to use Facebook freely, as was tragically demonstrated in last week’s Facebook-related suicide. Eglash urges all parents to remain vigilant about their child’s activities on Facebook, including closely monitoring their “friends” list to insure that no strangers are befriending them. Next week 20 Questions hosts Asaf Avidan, songwriter and lead singer of the smash-hit band Asaf Avidan & the Mojos. Avidan’s crooning has been likened to early Led Zepplin, Janis Joplin and Jeff Buckley. Comparisons aside, the band maintains a completely unique sound by fusing passionate blues and folksy rhythms with punk rock. Recently signed with Sony Columbia, the Mojos are beginning to gain a taste of international stardom. 20 Questions will join the band in a rehearsal ahead of their January 29 performance at the Tel Aviv Opera House. 20 Questions is a new JPost Premium Content initiative empowering ourreaders to shape the content they would like to see. Readerparticipation is vital and we encourage your submission.Submit your questions for Asaf Avidan to email@example.com or write themin the Talkbacks below.