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We Israelis thought we had Covid-19 beat. We thought we had herd immunity thanks to the world’s most successful vaccination campaign. On April 18, Israel canceled facemasks … more
A recent mass arrest of Hamas members in the West Bank offers a glimpse into the deceptive nature of the ongoing quiet in the area and how hard the terror organization based … more
Coffee culture in Israel is as varied as the population. Bedouin hospitality dictates finely ground dark coffee served in tiny cups; Arabs will serve strong Turkish coffee often spiked with a dash of … more
There’s no doubt that Arabs have lived in the Holy Land for many hundreds of years. You can’t blame them for making claims to some of the land. Arabs today control about 97 percent … more
It didn’t start on 9/11, 20 years ago this September. Israel had been the canary-in-the-coal mine for years, living — and dying — under a barrage of civilian-targeted terror, with … more
A recent post on my Facebook feed disparagingly accused Israel of being a theocracy. Like so many accusations against Israel—including apartheid, genocide and colonialism—this … more
It was 16 years ago Monday— the 10th of Av on the Hebrew calendar—that more than 8,000 Jews were evicted from their homes in the Gaza Strip in what was officially known as the … more
The demographic race between Jews and Arabs is at the heart of the national conflict in Israel. Of course, it’s also a conflict over borders, religion, culture, and language — but … more
A conference in Jerusalem’s Knesset on Thursday discussed the strategic contributions made by lone soldiers in the Israel Defense Forces and addressed some of lone soldier community’s … more
Like a well-kept secret, the cisterns of the Temple Mount are concealed, barred and padlocked by the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf. In ancient times, the cisterns refreshed pilgrims arriving at the … more
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