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Tel Aviv in Pictures

Tel Aviv was never my favorite city.  It’s big – huge, by Israeli standards.

It’s grey.

It’s polluted.

It has lots of people.

It’s full of cigarettes, and therefore, it stinks to high heaven. 604 more words

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A Difficult Decision

I saw this caricature on Arutz Sheva, and it was just too good not to share.

It’s in Hebrew, so I’m translating it for you. 87 more words

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As readers even slightly familiar with Family Law in Israel know,  in Israel there exists a system of more or less parallel jurisdiction between religious courts (Muslim, Jewish and some Christian groups) and the Family Court. 629 more words

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Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right

Anybody who knows me, knows that I am very strongly against gay marriage.  I have no qualms about explaining why the term “gay marriage,” is an oxymoron and makes no sense whatsoever.   665 more words

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World War Three: Imagined, or Real?

So here’s the deal.  Yitzchak and I had a couple of long talks and didn’t quite like the realizations and results.

1. On September 17, the Congress will decide if they wish to accept or reject the Iran deal.   584 more words


Muslim Baby's Uncle: What Did Ali Do?

I assume that by now, everyone knows about the arson in Duma, that killed an Arab baby and seriously injured four of his family members. 887 more words

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Bibi: Listen to My Boy's Simple Logic

I wrote this post on Tisha B’Av.

On Tisha B’Av, I was watching Gush Katif videos.  It’s a fitting activity, music or not, because the expulsion of 8,600 Jews from their homes, and literally cutting off a limb of Israel, is one of the tragedies that led to tragedies of our time.   775 more words