Tel Aviv, British Mandate Palestine: Heart pounding, a 12 year old girl Jewish girl runs down the street. Her legs pumping as fast as they can go. She looks behind her. Fear gripping her stomach, she sees that the gang of Arab men is gaining on her, their knives flashing in the sunlight. If they … More Civilized savages and the lessons they teach
Throughout our history there have been times when it’s been illegal to be Jewish, when our land has been occupied by foreign powers who tried to force us to bow to their gods and make us forget about ours. We’ve been scattered, enslaved, accused of every evil in the world, tortured and slaughtered. There … More UN resolutions and Hanukah: legacy, promise and opportunity
Two weeks ago I found myself in Washington DC, standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Contemplating but not silent, the 19 foot tall form of Lincoln looks out through the columns of the temple where his memory is enshrined, towards the towering monument honoring the father of the nation, George Washington. This was the … More Restoring honor to America: with malice toward none, charity for all and firmness in right
The President of Egypt, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is displaying a stunning example of leadership. This has largely been ignored. I wonder why. Maybe it has something to do with who stands in contrast… In 2011, enraptured with the idea of the “Arab Spring,” Mr. Obama pushed President Mubarak out of office, enabling the Muslim Brotherhood to … More This is leadership: Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, President of Egypt
That’s Israel in a nutshell. No matter who you are, what you have accomplished or how much you have sacrificed for the Nation there is one standard of measurement that puts everything in proportion – your mom. … More It all boils down to what your mommy thinks about you
Not to speak is to speak. Thank you Senator Marco Rubio for speaking for Israel, American values and freedom.