How Israel Treats Her Neighbors

Tikkun Olam (making the world a better place) is woven into the fabric of Jewish life. Indeed, it is as though virtually every Jewish person has an innate instinct to offer help, even to those who aren't so friendly to them. Despite almost 700 missiles and rockets fired their way from the Gaza Strip last …

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The Six Day War: Aftermath

Over the past 6 days, we have commemorated the miraculous victory of the IDF in the Six Day War. Facing Arab plans to annihilate the Jewish state, Israel launched a preemptive strike in order to stave off a much bigger and better equipped Egyptian military. Syria and Jordan stood ready to pound the Israelis as …

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The Six Day War: Day 6

Israel's history is checkered with miraculous victories since her rebirth in 1948. Five Arab enemies attacked the day after Israel declared independence that year. Despite being totally out-numbered and lacking military equipment, the Lord brought victory. Continuing to antagonize the Jewish nation, Arab neighbors came calling once again in 1956. Still out-manned and out-equipped, Israel …

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The Six Day War: Day 5

Following victory in Egypt and the Sinai, sights turned to the vulnerable area known today as the West Bank. In Biblical times the area was known as Judea and Samaria, rich with ancient history going back to Abraham. Day 5 marked a strategic focus on Israel's northern border, also known as the Golan Heights, and …

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