This is decades-bad.

It's bad. It's bad on so many levels. Personally, we are ok in our area. A given Israeli's frontline concerns depend on where exactly they are located. For us on this side, the very rare siren in the last 15 years is not much of an issue. That can't be said for every corner of... Continue Reading →

The outsiders inside

Last week, I was driving through the machsom, or checkpoint, between Beitar Illit and Tzur Hadassah. When I say 'driving through,' I mean that literally: I slowed for the speed bumps, waved at the soldiers on duty, and sped up to get home. But not before noticing the driver in front of me, who had... Continue Reading →

The way the Internets are played in Israel.

This is a funny kind of report, funded by Google Israel, but it's still interesting to note:¬†Arabs in Israel blog more than Jews, study finds¬†(or if you can't stomach JPost so well, here's Israel Hayom). It's not surprising that over 70% of Israelis surf the internet. It is kinda interesting to learn that Haredim beat... Continue Reading →

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