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Walking through Jerusalem There is nothing on the linein thi...
Heaven has no blissLike winter's storm become spring.When th...
Seeds blow around the worldForever blowing, forever movingSe...


I have just finished reading two amazing novels, both writte...
This Narrow SpaceElisha WaldmanSchocken Books, New York 2018...
Promised Landby Martin FletcherThomas Dunne Books, St. Marti...
Thou Shalt Innovate - How Israeli Ingenuity Repairs the Worl...
Elvis

November 30, 1957, Brooklyn, New York: Victor parked the car...
The sign writer puffed coming down the ladder and stood back...
They sat around the table to discuss the matter. "The proble...
 To use words, to write, to unfurl sentences, to constr...

As the Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha and we stride towards a...
Now a successful businessman at the forefront of the algorithmic trading revolution, Eddie Shapiro was once an Israeli fighter pilot. This is an extract from his autobiography.

FEBRUARY 1982: JUNIEH HARBOR, NORTH OF BEIRUT – four months before the first Lebanese War. IAF Chief of Enemy Weapons Research (left), IAF Chief of Operations Maj. Gen. Zvi Kantor center) and Captain Eddie Shapiro (right). The trio flew into Lebanon. The two senior officers went to retrieve the first MiG23 L shot down and retrieved by Israel or the U.S. and was expected to be a treasure trove for Israeli Intelligence. Eddie Shapiro was sent to interrogate the Syrian pilot who was captured by the Christian Phalanges, under Bashir Gemayel.

After being grounded because of my injury caused by my head-...

It was October. Leaves were falling everywhere, although the...

Gaza: July 2014 The soldier boy opened his eyes slowly. Wher...

The letter before me on the marble table-top becomes a crump...

 Amazing Jewish Heroes By David Richard GoldbergGefen P...

Buy Me a Heaven TonightBy Ruth BekerSelf-published 2018. 260...

 Train in the Distance By Larry ButchinsPublished by Am...

Lilli de JongBy Janet BentonPublisher Anchor Books, 2018Soft...