Thank you to Internal Security Minister Gilad Ardan and MK Ohana for the new approach to gun licensing. From now on, all former combat soldiers with no criminal record will be allowed to get a gun license. Pictured here is […]Read More
I was invited to speak tonight at the major Chabad event at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv. The planned event in Tel Aviv touched off a firestorm of debate because it will include gender separation. One leftist politician has promised […]Read More
Why wasn’t I surprised to learn that in Sweden, people are happily implanting microchips into their arms to make their lives more convenient?
Microchip implants for humans? Even Orwell didn’t think of that.
I wasn’t surprised because I already heard all these claims […]
Hats off to Israel’s public broadcast corporation, which has not let us forget for one moment that a police officer kicked an Arab, leftist protester in his leg over the weekend. Police brutality, particularly when it is directed at detainees […]Read More
Yesterday, Ayal Union, Vice President of Finances at Israel Aircraft Industries, and said the following in a radio interview: “Israel is now seventy years old and it has to stand on its own two feet. Israel must withdraw from the […]Read More
After 10 youngsters drowned during an organized hike with a pre-military academy, there have been many calls for more regulation to prevent further tragedies.
But what we are lacking is responsibility – not regulation.
What Israel needs is an expert body – […]
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.