“But for the place that Hashem your G-d will choose, of all your tribes, to put His Name there, and you shall seek out His Divine Presence and you shall come to there.” (From this week’s Torah portion, Re’eh, Deuteronomy […]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
I was once a member of a panel at a Jerusalem symposium on religion and state. Next to me sat Anat Hoffman, the chairperson of the Women of the Wall.
“I oppose any type of coercion,” I explained to the crowd […]
Journalist Shalom Yerushalmi wrote that the current ‘Knife Intifada’ broke out because of me. But since the assassination attempt on Rabbi Yehudah Glick a year ago, PM Netanyah, taking his directive from the Muslim wakf, has prohibited me from visiting […]Read More
Why do we need a Jewish State? Herzl thought we need it so that we could be a normal nation, thus ending anti-Semitism: “Then no foreign law will concern us, no hatred will exist, there will be no persecution in […]Read More
Now that the “Three Weeks” have started, I wish to offer you a challenge: From now until the end of Tisha B’av I want you to cry – at least one tear – for the fact that we do not […]Read More
We sat at an outdoor table at the café on Tel Aviv’s Arlozorov Street. The waitress served small pizzas. When we had made the date, we didn’t know that that evening was to be a “White Night” in Tel Aviv, […]Read More
Translated from the Hebrew article on NRG
It is not easy to write the following words. After all, the pain is the same pain. Isn’t a person murdered in a terror attack part of those who have fallen for the rebirth […]
There is nothing more harmful to the ‘status quo’ that is in place (more or less) today on the Temple Mount than the senior Israeli officials’ demand of Knesset Members not to visit the Temple Mount.
To our chagrin, the ‘holy […]