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- Chag Same’ach – Shvi’i shel Pesach, the 7th day of Passover
- Guest Post: If It’s darkest just before the dawn, why is it so light out there?
- Chag Kasher Vesame’ach – Happy Pesach!
- Good News Thursday – pre-Pesach edition
- Terror returns to Jerusalem: 21 hurt in bus bombing
- The loss of Jewish rights on the Temple Mount – cause and effect
- Good News Friday – Shabbat Hagadol edition
- Speaking truth to power: Hillel Neuer at the UNHRC; a Saudi TV host criticises Islam
- The occupation that isn’t
- Why is this man sitting in the Knesset?
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Tag Archives: Sderot
On Monday I travelled to Sderot with a group of friends from my local chapter of Emunah (the National Religious Women’s Organization). We wanted to see the Emunah-funded trauma center and, as inquisitive and curious Israeli citizens, we also wished … Continue reading
Over the last month the rocket fire into southern Israel from Gaza has been steadily increasing, and with increasingly severe results. On Saturday night a factory in Sderot took a direct hit and burnt down, while other factories in the … Continue reading
Was it in honour of British PM David Cameron’s visit to Israel? Or in revenge for Israel’s capture of the Iranian missile boat? Or in revenge for the IDF’s killing of 3 Palestinian terrorists who launched mortars at IDF positions … Continue reading
Over the last couple of days the rocket fire from Gaza into Israel has intensified. I deliberately do not use the word “renewed” because the rocket fire has never completely stopped except for one month in the winter. The latest … Continue reading
It’s been a busy noisy day in Israel on day 5 of Operation Pillar of Cloud. Here are the highlights from the Times of Israel liveblog (part 2): For the fourth day in a row, Tel Aviv is the target … Continue reading
This second day of Operation Pillar of Cloud (or Defense) has been full of sound and fury, signifying hopefully very much indeed. Apart from the dreadful news of the 3 Israeli casualties this morning, and 3 IDF soldiers injured in … Continue reading