Tag Archives: Yuli Edelstein

INTO THE FRAY: Edelstein draws a line in the sand.

Edelstein drew a much-needed line in the sand against judicial intrusion into the sphere of the legislature and thwarted yet another attempt at the usurpation of both its autonomy and authority.    These three excerpts, spanning two decades, encapsulate precisely the setting of the political drama that unfolded late last …

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From Israel: Miracles Do Happen!!

Sometimes, when we no longer expect things to get better – when we are already resigned to the fact that they may get worse, the situation shifts. And that is what happened yesterday, when the news broke – in leaks at first – that Gantz was going to join Netanyahu …

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From Israel: A Marker of Note.

Thirty-three years ago, Yuli Edelstein, who is today Speaker of the Knesset (Likud), was arrested in the Soviet Union for secretly teaching Hebrew. A prisoner of Zion, a hero, he served a three-year sentence in a labor camp. On Wednesday, Edelstein delivered a speech to the Russian Federation Council, the …

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‘Arlene in Israel’ – Hitting Bottom?

  Things have been really awful for some time now.  Horrendous. Here in this region we’ve had the murder of an American ambassador by a group Obama previously claimed had been undone; the wholesale murder by Assad of Syria of tens of thousands of his own people; the heartless and …

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