Finally, most of the facts are on the table. Thousands of Yemenite children in Israel were abducted from their parents between 1948 and 1954. Some were sold to adoptive parents in Israel and abroad. Others were even used for medical […]Read More
We don’t need the current investigation into the phone conversations between PM Netanyahu and editor of Israel’s most sold daily newspaper, Yediot Aharonot, to know that Yediot is not printing real news. And that the most popular free newspaper in […]Read More
As ‘expected,’ the biometric identity card trial was ‘successful’ and now Minister of Interior Aryeh Deri has announced that Israel will require all of its citizens to register for a biometric ID card. With all due respect to Minister Deri, […]Read More
This picture above was taken last week. Israeli citizens returning home after a tiring flight are allotted one passport check counter as they enter the country. (Visitors to Israel are allotted five).
“Register for a biometric passport,” explain the airport workers.
On Monday night this week, Daniel Haiken, a young resident of Nesher, was murdered. Haiken delivered pizzas for a local shop. On Monday night, he returned from a delivery straight into an armed robbery in the pizzeria. The robbers shot […]Read More
Not likely. True, the radical leftist Ha’aretz newspaper explicitly fantasizes about a coup. And until just a short while ago we had a Defense Minister who echoed the Ha’aretz stand and called upon IDF officers to publicly express their disagreement […]Read More
I really envy the sweet Jewish couple who married last week in a surreptitious ceremony on the Temple Mount. I hear the cries of all the Temple Mountaphobes sitting behind the public broadcast microphones and in the name of the […]Read More
This week, the Prime Minister and Defense Minister boasted that the wave of stabbing terror plaguing Israel has dissipated. They attributed the lull to the hard work of Israel’s defense forces. But that is not true. The Prime Minister, the […]Read More
Should the State of Israel legalize gambling? Should it allow the proposed construction of casinos in Eilat? The question should really be, by what right does the State prohibit gambling?
For some people, the State is the great purifier. If the […]
At the hospital a few years ago, next to the bed of my son who had been severely injured in a car accident, I had a lot of long nights to think about how to prevent MVAs.
After consulting with the […]