At the moment, most of the political attention in Israel is rightly focused on the new coalition and on the new government (my comments on the matter are all here and the bottom line is hardly positive as far as PM Netanyahu is concerned). However, I wrote another article this week...
Elliot Brandt named AIPAC-national managing director
Will the summer of war affect High Holy Days sermons?
The shofar saves a rabbi’s life: a case study
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Now there’s an app for atonement – meet eScapegoat
Three books, three opinions about The Lubavitcher Rebbe
U.S. providing additional $71 million in Gaza aid
March 15, 2013 | 6:17 am
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The "team of rivals" cliché is becoming common as writers around the world struggle to explain the new Israeli government, a coalition made of five parts: Likud (Netanyahu), Israel Beiteinu (Liberman), Yesh Atid (Lapid), Habait Hayehudi (Bennet), and Hatnua (Livni). The fact...
March 11, 2013 | 8:26 am
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To Read: Micah Zenko believes that the recent hysteria around sequestration signifies a larger more problematic US tendency to inflate the severity of security threats-
In 1961, President Dwight...
January 17, 2013 | 9:07 am
Election Day is just a few days away, so focusing our attention mostly on Israeli politics seems natural – if exhausting at times. What we have for you today are two things:
The updated Poll Trend Tracker (by Prof. Camil Fuchs) and its weekly analysis of the polling...
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