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Upper Galilee is Lovely this Time of Year…

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On June 27, 2008
So, I have received no small number of questions and e-mails in response to this post; here is a short explanation. On Sunday afternoon, Davida and I rented a car and left Jerusalem for Ken Bahula, a bed and breakfast near Rosh Pinna. We arrived without incident, got settled, and began to make plans for […]

Oh, Glorious Day!

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On June 27, 2008

After having to fight hungry dogs (quite literally) to maintain an internet connection for the last several days, we finally have reliable service. Normal blogging to resume shortly.

Bleg…

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On June 24, 2008

Not to be mysterious and alarming or anything, but if any of our readers know of a place in Tel Aviv that could be rented for cheap for the month of July, please contact me privately; my e-mail can be

This Alliance Will Not Last Until the End of Days

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On June 8, 2008
I remain genuinely befuddled by this: In an interview this week, David Saperstein, Director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, elaborated to me on a widespread reluctance among Jewish leaders to completely disassociate themselves from Hagee. Describing the feelings of Reform rabbis and leaders as “paradoxical,” Saperstein said that on the one hand, […]

It’s difficult for me to express just how moronic this column is: THIS MAY sound like an extreme conclusion but, as Ari Bar Yossef, retired lieutenant-colonel and administrator of the Knesset

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