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Eisav could have been the 13th tribe. This is one reason why Yitzhak favored his older son, so that his strength and skills would be enlisted to support the destiny of his progeny.
There is no way to go back to October 6. Democracies around the globe must cooperate and IHRA provides a framework.
We must acknowledge that long texts that carry complexity and layers are not written with the intent of being read in two-minute spurts with mundane distractions and digital notifications around us.
“North Korean leader Kim Jong Un instructed various agencies to find ways to comprehensively support Palestine in the war between Israel and Hamas,” Korea Broadcasting System reported.
After leaving office in 1977, Kissinger became more outspoken in favor of Israel, publicly declaring in a speech that year: “The security of Israel is a moral imperative for all free peoples.”
The challenge to communal leaders is to maintain the norm while accepting the divergent.
A clever strategy allows Hamas-Gaza to benefit from both worlds: It enjoys the advantages of sovereign rule while simultaneously avoiding the heavy responsibilities that states incur.
The fundamental equation is that whereas the return of the hostages is worth almost anything to Israel, the death of large numbers of Gazans means almost nothing to Hamas.
Yair Wallach has a record of anti-Israel hostility so appalling that he should be the subject of study by the center, not one of the “experts” to whom it is giving a platform.