What Haredi mothers want
By law, my son receives 55% of the state funding allocated to Israel’s non-ultra-Orthodox students, and we’re the ‘bloodsuckers’?!
No peace, no shtreimel
When a diplomatic process was on the table, Haredi parties were kingmakers – today they have nothing to offer
The IDF – a model of morality in combat
A surreal spectacle awaits those who enter the combat center of the Southern Command while fighting is going on in Gaza.
75 Years Is a Dangerous Age
Israel has entered its greatest crisis after three generations. The USSR, Turkey, India and China arrived at major turning points at this age – what happened to them, and can Israel survive?
Killing jihad commanders amplifies an illusion
The killing of the jihad commanders is justified, but it does not eradicate these roots, it nurtures them.
Haredi leaders must take responsibility
Massive budgets in exchange for political support is destructive in both the short and long term.
The Lag BaOmer Bonfire and Cultural Depth
I wish that among the criticisms of the custom of lighting bonfires, substantive claims would also be heard and discussed.
French Aliyah is at a crawl
A sharp drop was registered in immigration from France in the last months. Dr. Dov Maimon explains the reasons for this.