To Bibi or Not to Bibi That is the Question
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — September 11, 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 FeldsteinTo Bibi or Not to Bibi That is the Question
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

To Bibi or Not to Bibi That is the Question
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Jonathan Feldstein Governance, History, International, Israel, Middle East, People, Political Analysis, Politics, Westchester County, NY, White Plains, NY Leave a Comment

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — September 11, 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 FeldsteinTo Bibi or Not to Bibi That is the Question
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Living with Terror: Observations on how Israelis Deal with Rockets from Palestinian Arab Terrorists in Gaza
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — May 7, 2019 — You could be forgiven if you hadn’t heard of the latest round of Palestinian Arab terrorists firing an unprecedented barrage of rockets from Gaza into Israel this past weekend. Since most of the world media broadcast limited details, if you’ve heard about it, odds are that you’ve only heard part of the reality, …

eHeziLiving with Terror: Observations on how Israelis Deal with Rockets from Palestinian Arab Terrorists in Gaza
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Kashoggi In Context
By By LARRY M. ELKIN, CPA, CFP®

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FT. LAUDERDALE, FL — October 25, 2018 — Someone in Saudi Arabia – and most of the available information points to the crown prince, who is the country’s real power center – dispatched a hit squad to murder a dissident commentator inside the country’s consulate in Istanbul. This much is clear. The question now is: What to do about it? …

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By By LARRY M. ELKIN, CPA, CFP®

Run For Zion: Walking In Jesus’ Footsteps More Meaningful Than Walking On the Moon
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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This week in 1969, American astronaut Neil Armstrong made history by becoming the first person to set foot on the moon. His timeless and famous remark at the time, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” will go down as one of the most iconic phrases of all time. Yet, when Armstrong visited Israel in 1994 …

eHeziRun For Zion: Walking In Jesus’ Footsteps More Meaningful Than Walking On the Moon
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

The Altelena and Israeli Society
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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In the year of the 70th anniversary surrounding Israel’s independence, there are many milestones that are being celebrated.  One such milestone took place June 22, 1948, that brought the newly reborn state of Israel, already defending itself from an onslaught of several Arab armies, from a state of war to the brink of a civil war. Known today as the …

eHeziThe Altelena and Israeli Society
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Cry for Yourself Argentina
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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The recent cancellation by the Argentinean national soccer team to play a match against Israel’s national team in Jerusalem is more than a loss for soccer and the 30,000 fans who bought tickets to the sold out game. It is another nail in the coffin of any semblance of Argentinean pride, and another victim of, and “victory” for, Palestinian Arab …

eHeziCry for Yourself Argentina
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

The History of Israel Through the Eyes of a Tree
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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Seeing trees blossom and grow fruit in the Land of Israel as I leave my house every late winter and early spring morning makes me realize another way in which I am grateful to be able to live and raise my family here. When we built our house, it was important not only to plant trees, which Jews have done …

eHeziThe History of Israel Through the Eyes of a Tree
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Solomon’s Wisdom, Hamas’ Cynical Stupidity
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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Reading about current events and the renewed Gaza demonstration incited by Hamas, I’m reminded of the well known story recounting the wisdom of King Solomon (1 Kings 3:16-28) judging to whom a baby belonged that two women each claimed as theirs. The women came to Solomon to adjudicate their dispute. One of the woman’s babies had died, and each claimed …

eHeziSolomon’s Wisdom, Hamas’ Cynical Stupidity
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

No light and No End to Tunneling
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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Last month’s announcement that Ismail Haniyeh had been chosen as the new head of Hamas was hardly surprising, nor does it portend any change of great significance.  Under Haniyeh’s predecessor, Khaled Mashaal, Hamas retained its place as one of the most evil and notorious terror organizations.  The difference is that unlike Mashaal, Haniyeh was actually born and is based in …

eHeziNo light and No End to Tunneling
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN