David is the Founder of Build Jerusalem (www.buildjerusalem.com), a new media platform focused on educating and inspiring activism in Jerusalem. He also serves as the Managing Editor of HaKol HaYehudi (www.hakolhyehudi.com).
David is also the Founder of FlockMiner, Fundz, and the Israel Africa Hu...
Several flaws in MK Smotrich’s otherwise bold proposal will prevent it from achieving its long-term strategic goal: Sustainable Jewish sovereignty over the entire Land of Israel… I am not talking here about cruel expulsion or the flooding of countries with penniless refugees. The emigration we are talking about is planned, willing, and based on a desire for a better life, by people with appropriate skills for their new country of absorption and the economic ability to make the change.
The Point has been covering this story for a while. This goes back to 2013. Iraq in the 40s had 350,000 Jews. Today it has somewhere between four and none. Despite that the Obama administration plans to send the Jewish Archive consisting of religious artifacts, bibles, marriage contracts, community records and private notebooks seized by the Iraqi Secret Police from the Jewish community back to Iraq.
Known for her tough stance in regards to Israel’s overtly left-wing activist court, Ayelet Shaked is leading another battle that is riling the left. If she wins she will change the relationship between Israel and the Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria. Known as the Settlements Regulations Law, the measure drew severe criticism fromt he left, when it was passed in the Knesset earlier in the year. Now, 13 left-wing NGOs have petitioned the Suprement Court to nullify the law.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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