August 15, 2020

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09/11 Links Pt2: Danny Lewin H’yd: The very first victim of 9/11; In Her New Book on Anti-Semitism, Bari Weiss Bravely States the Obvious; Why Israeli TV is irresistible to American producers

September 11, 2019 Ian Ian: Awakening feelings about 9/11 As we began Kabbalat Shabbat, I asked everyone to rise and the Cantor led us in the “Star Spangled Banner.” Since our synagogue, like most in the US has […]

Knowing Right From Right (Judean Rose)

September 11, 2019 Eldad Tzioni With elections coming up, I have been feeling my own pulse, examining what I do and don’t believe. It seems a good time, in general, to dig deep and clarify our thoughts about our […]

Drama (not so much) and Democracy (Vic Rosenthal)

September 11, 2019 Eldad Tzioni  Vic Rosenthal’s Weekly Column PM Netanyahu promised a dramatic announcement Tuesday night. It was about as dramatic as he could have made it, given that he is a caretaker PM who does not have […]

09/11 Links Pt1: Caroline Glick: Netanyahu’s earth-shattering announcement; On Eve of 9/11 Anniversary, New US Sanctions Target Hamas, Islamic State

September 11, 2019 Ian Ian: Caroline Glick: Netanyahu’s earth-shattering announcement Hamas, which seeks to annihilate Israel, certainly was none too pleased with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s announcement Tuesday evening that if re-elected, he would apply Israeli sovereignty over […]

The temper tantrum rockets

September 11, 2019 Eldad Tzioni Palestinian Arabic media are filled with stories about Netanyahu going to a rocket shelter in Ashdod yesterday during his press conference as the Red Alert sirens went off. It seems likely that the rocket […]

‘As a Sephardi woman, I felt seen by the world’

September 11, 2019 Ian critic of Syrian extraction Linda Maleh was ready to be disappointed by Netflix’s news series ‘The Spy’. But she needn’t have worried – the show, which focused on the Egyptian-born Israeli spy Eli Cohen, […]