In an environment where the spirit, the ruach, of the commander is the one calling the shots, the rhetoric is the only thing we can cling on to. It won't move mountains, but it will install a discourse of hope.
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I love movies because they seem to simplify life. Nowhere is it more clear than on the big screen when a character's predicament begins to shift.
Tens of thousands of Israelis gathered in Tel Aviv on Saturday to mourn peace-seeking prime minister Yitzhak Rabin on the 18th anniversary of his assa...
Israel's liberals are cast as the "Jewish villains." Overly cerebral, they bow to the "laws of the gentiles."
Israel, a country without capital punishment, must honor Rabin by working with the Palestinians to finally put Yigal Amir's dreams to death.
It was a rare gift to be able to hear the Middle East session up close at this years Clinton Global Initiative. It is curious that there was not enormous media coverage of this landmark discussion
Peace in the Mideast can be a reality. It's one that the late-Prime Minister Rabin sacrificed his life to achieve, and toward which every single Israeli Prime Minister thereafter has worked.
It's over. The American people have spoken. If this election was a basketball game, it would be time to clear the benches and let the subs play out the clock.
John McCain's campaign is defending these kinds of outbursts, saying those like Barack Obama who are bothered "just doesn't understand regular people."
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