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A series of apparent terror attacks took place over the weekend in the United States, although the authorities seem to be having great difficulty in pronouncing the word “terror”, let alone “Muslim”. The biggest attack took place in Chelsea, Manhattan, … Continue reading
Dreadful news today from the town of Kiryat Arba, near Hebron. Hallel Yafa Ariel, a 13 years old schoolgirl, was asleep in her bed when a Palestinian terrorist, in his teens himself, jumped the security fence of the town and … Continue reading
The weeks are rolling around faster than ever, and tonight, besides being Shabbat, we also mark Rosh Chodesh Nissan, the 1st of the month of Nissan, the “month of Spring” in which Pesach (Passover) falls. It is therefore fitting to … Continue reading
An infuriating news item caught my eye yesterday in the Jerusalem Post: the head of an organization of 1,000 (one thousand!) Israeli sociologists announced that they are severing all contact with Ariel University since “it is not in Israel”: Prof. … Continue reading
Yesterday we witnessed yet another horrifying murder of a young Israeli father, Eliyav Gelman Hy’d, and once again the busy Gush Etzion crossroads was the focus of the attack. This is how the attack unfolded: According to an initial investigation … Continue reading