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From Israel: The World Does Not Know Us!

    And I do not think the world ever will, for we are an extraordinary people. These are tough times here in Israel, as we confront horrendous terrorism. And what we have seen in the past several days are instances of remarkable courage and strength – positive thinking in …

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Arlene from Israel: Beyond

It’s lovely to begin with some good news: On Friday, Jonathan Pollard was released from the federal prison in Butner, N. Carolina on parole. He wasn’t “freed,” as some reports had it. He still must adhere to the rules of his parole, which has been granted at the end of …

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Arlene from Israel: War. Whatever They Call It

This is a difficult posting to write, because the issues are so complex.  But an exceedingly important one. Since I posted yesterday, there have been several more attacks by Palestinian Arabs on Jews. The most recent took place in Afula, in the north, where a Jewish man was moderately stabbed …

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