On 10 July 2008, I came home. For almost five years now, I have been privileged to live in the loving embrace of my own Bayit (home), my Place, my Land, with my People surrounding me all the time. Coming home is coming to family. Remember family gatherings? Everyone is so excited to see one... Continue Reading →
HaTikva – As long as deep in the heart,the soul of a Jew yearns
כול עוד בלבב פנימה נפש יהודי הומיה ולפאתי מזרח קדימה עון לדיון דופיה עיד לא אבצה תקותנו התקוה בת שנוב אלפים להיות עם חופשי בארצנו ארץ ציון וירושלים As long as deep in the heart, the soul of a Jew yearns, And forward to the East, To Zion, an eye looks, Our hope will... Continue Reading →
Our Soldiers, by Sara Yoheved Rigler, courtesy of Aish.com
http://www.aish.com/h/imd/Our-Soldiers.html Our Soldiers by Sara Yoheved Rigler The idealism and faith of Israel's Army. During the war in Lebanon last summer, while walking in my Jerusalem neighborhood, I ran into a friend whose 20-year-old daughter had been killed in a terrorist attack. The news that morning had reported four more Israeli soldiers dead. When I saw... Continue Reading →
Remembering Meir Feinstein and Moshe Barazani
Honoring the Courage of Two Who Gave Their Lives In The Pre-State Battle For Freedom Commemorating the Yahrzeit of Meir Feinstein; October 5th, 1927- April 21, 1947 and Moshe Barazani; June 20th, 1928-April 21st, 1947…… Niftar on The First of Iyar, 5707 by Ariella Bracha Waldinger Today the first of Iyar, 5773, we commemorate the... Continue Reading →
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