What Now?

Israel is heading to elections for the third time in a single year. As of December 11th, the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) has officially dissolved with coalition talks having failed yet again. The third elections will … Read More

A Shimmer of Light

The political divide in Israel is pretty intense right now and nobody seems to be presenting any solutions that are satisfactory across the political spectrum. As Israel continues to drudge on in political limbo, there … Read More

Because of Rabin

This Sunday, we honor a man who was instrumental both in war and in the pursuit of peace in Israel’s history. Yizhak Rabin’s acts of bravery, as well as his bold ideas made him a … Read More

Will History Repeat Itself?

This year on May 2, alongside Jewish communities worldwide, Israel will commemorate Yom HaZikron laShoah ve-laGvura (the Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day). This is a day for the Jewish people to be reminded of the … Read More

Israeli Elections: What Now?”

(This article accurate as of 2:30pm, April 10, 2019) The elections are finished in Israel as of 10pm last night. A total of 67.9% of eligible Israeli voters voted yesterday. This is a 4% lower … Read More

Approaching Israeli Elections in 2019…

As we approach the 2019 elections in Israel, many outside Israel are wondering about how elections work in Israel and what is likely to unfold in the upcoming elections. A 2013 Freedom in the World … Read More

Why We Need a Jewish Homeland

by M.Rosen In Memoriam – Simcha (“Kazik”) Rotem 1924-2018 Simcha Rotem (z”l), the last fighter of the Jewish uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto of 1943, was buried on Monday, December 24 in the Ayalon Valley … Read More