Written by Chani Turk (’92) in the wake of rockets pounding on Israel.
I have never really been in a war before. Not a real one, not like this. 1,955 more words
See, when you live in Israel, you feel what it is to be family. As you know, we are in the midst of a war. We are in very intense times and not a single member of the Tribe of Israel is unaffected. 88 more words
Friday marks the eighth anniversary of my dear friend Michael Levin’s death. Many have learned of Michael’s story, whether it be through the news, his parents who have personally traveled the country to tell of their son’s heroic actions, or through a birthright trip, where all participants stop at Michael’s grave and learn of what one American citizen did for his Jewish homeland. 854 more words
A soldier on the border writes:
What’s happening here in the staging area is beyond comprehension, not rationally, not emotionally and beggars the imagination.
Almost every hour a car shows up overflowing with food, snacks, cold drinks, socks, underwear, undershirts, hygiene supplies, wipes, cigarettes, backgammon and more. 418 more words
HaRav Moshe Sternbuch Speaks About Miracles and Missiles
By Rabbi Daniel Yaakov Travis
Headlines – Tammuz 5774: