Monthly Archives: May 2012

Egypt – on the Road to a Hundred Years of Darkness

My heart goes out to the Egyptian minority of young, educated, freedom and progress seeking liberals. One year since the Arab spring and there is not one of them who still believes that the revolution that demolished Mubarak’s regime has … Continue reading

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A Kid with a Guitar on the Eve of War

Rewinding the reel of memories in my imagination, 45 years back. The time is the end of May 1967. Around the state of Israel, not yet twenty years old, clouds of war are gathering again. This is the middle of … Continue reading

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Publish Immediately the Security Service Agreement with the Hunger Striking Murderers

It is unbelievable how the disgraceful agreement which the security service signed with the murderers of Hamas and the other terror organisations imprisoned in Israel was slipped through and silenced. Other media festivals eclipsed it and the news channels, which … Continue reading

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The Violent Crime – Total Loss of Control and Its Tragic Consequences

Again, we wake up in the morning to read and hear of more rapes, murders, settling of scores, shootings and stabbings. The minister for interior security, the’ touring minister’ Yitzhak Aharonowitch, conducts another photo shoot tour in some neighbourhood that … Continue reading

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My Candidate for the Next President of Israel – General (Ret.) David Ivry

After watching the shameful Knesset session of which I wrote a few days ago, I thought to myself that there must be someone in the state of Israel who could save the honour of the presidency institution and prevent the … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Members of the 18th Knesset of the State of Israel

I sat and watched you yesterday. When you went up one by one to speak, and when you dispersed for a short break whilst the prime minister went out to discuss with the legal adviser how to eject himself from … Continue reading

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Shaul Mofaz – Deputy Prime minister of the National Suicide Government

Many years ago, my late aunt told me a story from the Jewish Shtetl. A woman arrives at the Rabbi’s house with a glass jar containing a yellowish liquid normally taken to be tested at the local health centre. “Rabbi,” … Continue reading

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