Smoothing Out the Zigzags
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak is like a clever football
runner: he is constantly changing direction to keep everyone
off balance and guessing about his real intentions.
Who is in Charge?
Anyone who takes the trouble to consider history and the
events we are currently experiencing from a deeper
perspective, will discover that our situation today in
Eretz Yisroel is better than at any time since the
State was founded.
By HaRav Boruch Medan
Our Joint Responsibility
by HaRav Moshe Man
The first part of this essay describes the connection
that there is between all Jews and discusses the importance
of working to bring the light of Torah to those who are
unaware of it.
Let us study the following sentences: "I'm incapable of
doing that." "I'm just not built for it." "I simply can't do
that." "Sorry, it doesn't fit in with my character."
by Yochonon Dovid
The Aim: To waste government money immediately
The two big parties have each received more than forty
million NIS in funding for the elections for prime minister.
This is in addition to 120 minutes of free time each party
will get on both television and radio for election
by N. Zeevi
Last week we went to comfort a close friend whose three-and-
a-half year old son was killed in a tragic traffic accident
in Ramat Sholom. A minibus ran him over, as newspapers
reported. But newspapers can't really catch the essence of
an incident that defies verbal description.
by Chaim Walder
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