One problem that lies at the base of this conflict is that Israel wants to be loved. Of course, most democratic countries want to be loved. I come from a country that is often accused of wanting to be loved too much – at least as individuals. It’s all about wanting to be a good … Read more Fear is the Key
Because of the unique nature of Judaism, it can be hard to know who is Jewish, and who is not. That’s why it is impossible to live here for any length of time without hearing the age-old discussion: Who is a Jew? It’s a question. It’s a topic for discussion. It’s often even an agonizing … Read more Who is a civilian?
I have a question for the rest of the world. Just one. Not big. A few words and a question mark. It can’t be too hard, right? (No. NO. That wasn’t the question.) When the current conflict began, the head of the Israeli armed forces met with the Minister of Defense to discuss their plans … Read more How Many of Those Civilians in Southern Lebanon are Really Civilians?