Tag Archives: Hebron

From Hebron to Pittsburgh: By Shmuel Sackett

This past Shabbat, was a very exciting one for me. It was the yahrzeit of my Rav, Rabbi Meir Kahane (18th of Mar-Cheshvan) and it also marked 50 years since his founding of the Jewish Defense League way back in […]

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Moshe Feiglin on Twitter: Welcome Home El’or!

El’or Azaryah, the soldier who shot a dying terrorist and was subsequently jailed for doing so, was released from prison today. The following is Moshe Feiglin’s Twitter message to him:
Dear El’or, welcome home. From the very first moment that […]

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Israel is not a Charity Box: By Shmuel Sackett

With Hashem’s help, I am scheduled to return to Israel next week, after a long three week stay in the USA. I must admit that I have enjoyed the kosher Dunkin’ Donuts (maybe a little too much…), the sushi-filled kiddushes […]

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It’s a Spiritual War: By Moshe Feiglin

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 […]

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The Subtle War Against Israel: By Moshe Feiglin

The soldier in Hebron shouldn’t have had to pull the trigger and kill the terrorist who had just attempted to murder his comrade. The officers in the area should have done so, and the order should have come from the […]

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Yom Yerushalayim was WHEN? By Shmuel Sackett

If I asked you what holiday was this past week, you would unquestionably answer, “Memorial Day”. Unfortunately, that is incorrect because Memorial Day is not a “holiday”. Memorial Day is a day where family members, friends and the entire USA […]

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