After Rabin Assassination: I Weep for My Country

Published in The Jewish Press As I sat next to my mother’s bed in “Ichilov” hospital in Tel Aviv, I heard that Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was just brought in with gunshot wounds. One hour before, I had listened to Rabin’s speech at the peace rally and disagreed greatly with his message. Now I mourn...
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The Kansas City Star "KC Woman in Tel Aviv heard fatal shots

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The Credibility Gap

Published in The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle As I watched Yasser Arafat, the chairman of the PLO, and Yitzhak Rabin, Israel’s prime Minister, during the recent signing ceremony in the white house to expand the Palestinian self rule in the West Bank, I couldn’t decide which leader has been the least credible in the pursuit...
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"If I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem"

Published in The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle Despite the Rabin government’s promise that Jerusalem will never be divided again and that the city will remain the eternal capital of Israel, recent events should worry every Jew on that score. The Palestinian Authority has begun a war on the unity of Jerusalem, and the Israeli government...
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No Chance for Peace Until Arab Enmity Ends

Published in The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle Often I asked whether there is chance for a real peace between the Israelis and Arab Palestinians. My answer is always a sad “no”, and the reason is that when there is so much hatred , resentment and blame among the Palestinians against Israel and the Jews that...
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Trading Peace of Mind for a Piece of Paper

Published in The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle During my recent trip to Israel, I visited the Golan heights and understood the reasons why a majority of the Israeli people don’t support withdrawal from all the Golan even for a “peace treaty’. For many years, Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin also had been talking about withdrawal on...
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So Called Peace

Published in The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle As an Israeli, I am appalled and angry at the Rabin government’s weakness and naiveté in continuing the so-called ”peace” talks with Arafat, while Israelis are being murdered and slaughtered daily in the heart of Israel. When the Rabin government recognized the PLO, the most notorious terrorist organization...
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