Israel’s Election Do-Over By The Numbers
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — September 4, 2019 —In case you missed it, Israel will be holding national elections on September 17. Yes, this is the second time this year. Hopefully the outcome will not be a stalemate like last time.  Please enjoy this series of articles offering insight to perspectives beyond whether Bibi will be reelected. These details are probably not …

Jonathan FeldsteinIsrael’s Election Do-Over By The Numbers
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

The World Responds to Help Children Devastated by Fires in Israel
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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Israel needs your prayers, and help.  Almost overnight, wildfires broke out, scorching acres, burning dozens of houses including entirely destroying a whole community. Over 3500 people have been evacuated as Israel braces for more. So far. Israel is considering declaring a national emergency due to fear of the spreading of existing and igniting of new fires. Temperatures are expected to …

Jonathan FeldsteinThe World Responds to Help Children Devastated by Fires in Israel
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Last Week, History Was Made, And Celebrated, In San Antonio
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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In an unprecedented event, hundreds from San Antonio’s Jewish community, joined by Jewish leaders from throughout the US and Israel, celebrated and expressed appreciation the past four decades of the ardent Israel support of Pastor John and Diana Hagee. Arguably, this is the first time any Jewish community came together to express true respect and appreciation for a Christian leader. …

Jonathan FeldsteinLast Week, History Was Made, And Celebrated, In San Antonio
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN