Monthly Archives: December 2014

What Is Hanukkah

A Hanukkiah created by an Indian silversmith in Mumbai. Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday celebrating the impossible. It may be the reason why so many Jews often do so well, that ridiculous notion of attempting that which may not and … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Settlements

Natalie Sopinsky atop the old Susiya fort overlooking new Susiya village. It was a most unusual heat on a December morning in the hills of Souther Hebron. The white rocks stacked in serpentine order reflected light up while the green … Continue reading

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Four Days in Israel

There is one thing that I hate, and that is to be boring. I spent two weeks in Israel and most of those will be of no interest to anyone. So I just kept a brief diary of the past … Continue reading

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