Tag Archives: Jewish

Don’t Cancel Your Trip to Israel: By Shmuel Sackett

Everyone is talking about the amazing miracles that Hashem has – and continues – to perform for the Jews in Israel during this recent war. Thousands of missiles and rockets have landed in populated Israeli cities including Tel Aviv, Rishon […]

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This Pesach, Give Your Heart and Soul: By Shmuel Sackett

I am a very optimistic guy and always look for a way at making sure the glass is half full… even if it is almost empty! The problem, however, is that in many cases I just can’t figure out a […]

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Manhigut Yehudit Special Report: Violation of Jewish Rights on the Temple Mount

PrefaceThis report is a sequel to the two previous reports that we have published in the past in 2011 and in the  Summary of Discrimination Against Jews on the Temple Mount in March 2013[1]. Following the first two reports, the […]

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Why I am not Going to Poland: By Moshe Feiglin

Tomorrow morning, two jets filled with most of the Knesset Members and their assistants will be taking off for a visit in Auschwitz. I will be staying here in Israel.
When the Jews were driven out of Spain during the Inquisition, […]

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Stop Blaming John Kerry: By Shmuel Sackett

Lately, many people have been forwarding me angry emails that they sent to newspapers, magazines and blogs regarding Secretary of State John Kerry. All of these emails and letters criticize Kerry – in very strong terms – over his treatment […]

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Identity

Who are we?
Jews?
Israelis?
Simply policy-holders in an insurance company called the State of Israel?
What narrative do we share? Do we have a shared founding ethos?
What does being a Jewish State mean?
Do we have a common identity?
Should we search for it and […]

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