Election fever, Israeli-style.

I'm sitting in my office, listening as every single person who leaves for the day calls out in the hallway:  "Happy voting!" "אל תשכח להצביע מחר" "!ללכת לקלפי, להצביע ולהשפיע" "Vote wisely!" At lunch, I walked past a lively discussion on the strategy of voting and throughout the day have been pepper-sprayed with water cooler... Continue Reading →

A day for (small-town) democracy.

It's a day for democracy everywhere, isn't it? I know what you think I mean, but actually I'm talking about the Matte Yehuda Regional Council and Tzur Hadassah local council elections held today.  Who knew that such a little town could make such a big deal out of its leadership? Apparently Tzur Hadassah is the... Continue Reading →

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