Tag Archives: egypt

Is it Your Dream? By Shmuel Sackett

Life is very complicated and extremely busy. Even with all the modern gadgets that are supposed to save us time, adults today have less free time than their primitive, non-Facebook, rotary-telephone-using parents. On the positive side, we have Tablets (though […]

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Modern Day Egypt: By Shmuel Sackett

The beautiful thing about learning the parsha with different commentaries is that many of these great Rabbis ask a simple question that flip things upside down. Did it ever happen that a well-known story in the Torah that you studied […]

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Peace with Egypt? Not Really: By Moshe Feiglin

The outstretched hand of Israeli Olympics judo competitor Uri Sasson, left alone in mid-air by his Egyptian opponent, reminds us all of something we have been trying to forget. Really, Israel does not have ‘peace’ with Egypt. Currently, the interest of […]

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We Agree with Egypt! By Shmuel Sackett

14 Elul 5774/ Sept. 9, ‘14
This past summer was a difficult one for the Jews in Israel. It started with a kidnapping/murder  and ended with rockets and missiles on homes, businesses, camps and day-care centers. Many of our brothers and […]

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Moshe Feiglin: Illegal Migrants are not Refugees

Thousands of illegal migrants demonstrated today in front of the Knesset, demanding refugee status. But when a “refugee” crosses the border of a country that is not threatening him (Egypt, in this case) he is no longer a refugee: he […]

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