Stopping Terror with Preparedness
Yasser Arafat has signed two major agreements,
"countersigned" and "guaranteed" by the President of the
United States, in which the main thing that he promised in
return for legitimacy and control of millions of people was
to renounce violence.
There is No Solution
By HaRav Nosson Zeev Grossman
Many political commentators, both in Israel and throughout
the world, have reached the conclusion that paradoxically
the bloody riots of October and November 2000 were prompted
by the Prime Minister's decision to bring the peace
negotiations to a dramatic conclusion, in which once and for
all the Middle East conflict would come to an end.
The Strength to Climb Higher
Moishy's troubles began six years ago when he was thirteen
and a half. He wasn't doing well in yeshiva and was
threatened with expulsion. He was a young, sad boy who had
no cheishek to learn and derived no joy from it.
However, he was a gutte neshomo. He wanted to remain
in yeshiva in order not to distress his parents and be
forced to roam the streets.
by Chaim Walder
The Builder's Plumbline
A group of students, products of Yeshivas Mir and disciples
of HaGaon R' Yeruchom zt'l, formed nucleus to study a
certain tractate together on a permanent basis. It bore
fruit and the time came for them to celebrate the conclusion
of their project.
by L. Jungerman
The Remains of the Legacy
There is great contempt for Yitzchak Rabin and his legacy
these days. And nowhere was it more evident than the media's
reaction to a teacher who dared to write a letter against
the late prime minister.
by Y. Roth
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