Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Coming Opportunity

Should the Palestinian bid for statehood at the UN fail to produce any tangible results then the current events in Syria might have the unexpected effect of presenting Israel and the region with a very rare opportunity. In addition to … Continue reading

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Glenn Beck and Larry Derfner – A World Turned Upside Down

Yesterday I joined a large crowd at Safra Square, the site of the Jerusalem Municipality, for the public viewing of Glenn Beck’s live broadcast in the nearby Old City of Jerusalem. Although I know very little about either the personal … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Protests

Like anyone who lives in Israel, I can definitely relate to the protests sweeping the country. The rising cost of living, considering the average Israeli salary, is certainly alarming. Although it’s true that there is a distinctive left-leaning anti-Bibi slant … Continue reading

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