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The Red Cross defends the Red Crescent’s neglect of Israeli murder victims

The news out of Paris has pushed the dreadful murder of Rabbi Yacov Litman and his son Netanel out of the headlines these past few days, but there is one very important detail that must not be ignored. We are … Continue reading

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Shabbat Chatan and Sheva Brachot and the missing keys

One last post about the wedding and its associated celebrations and then I’ll be back to normal programming.  (Apologies to those of you who’ve been expecting some political blogging this past week. I’ve been so out of it that I … Continue reading

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Good News Friday – and Wedding Photos!

Here is this week’s Good News Friday installment – including wedding photos! First, the news items. The Wall Street Journal reports on the outstanding international success of Israel’s start-ups (h/t David): It is hard not to be impressed by the … Continue reading

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Wedding Day!

Those of you who have been paying attention will have noticed a countdown timer in my right-hand sidebar, marking the passing days until Vered’s wedding. Well, the great day has finally arrived and I’m having a hard time trying to … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

More in my Good News Friday series. My first item for this week is slightly frivolous, and yet it has more important implications for the anti-BDS campaigners:  Israeli designer Kobi Levy’s highly unusual, not to say eccentric, shoes are begin … Continue reading

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Mazal tov! Our daughter got engaged!

We are delighted to announce that “daughter in PT” got engaged tonight to her lovely young man who hails from Dimona. Yeah, the town with the nuclear reactor. No, he doesn’t glow in the dark.  I asked. :-) His family … Continue reading

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