Category: Zionism

Embracing it all

Feb 19, 2016

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Another son of mine was drafted into the IDF this week. In this column I discuss his “conflict” between Torah study and army service, and the ideological choice he made in navigating commitments to both.

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Indigenous in Jerusalem

Dec 4, 2015

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The latest archaeological finds – including King Hezekiah’s royal seal impression – broadcast the rootedness of the Jewish People in the Land of Israel. The pedigree of the Jewish People in Jerusalem and the Land of Israel is rock solid and well-embedded. No number of Palestinians wielding kitchen knives – or any other weapon – will succeed in severing Jews from Jerusalem.

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Needed: Revolutionary struggle

Nov 27, 2015

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A plaint for fresh security and diplomatic thinking, profiling the revolutionary thinking of Maj. Gen. (res.) Gershon Hacohen. Israel needs to re-shape and shake-up its strategic environment by building in Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria. Israel must meet Palestinian terrorism with ideological drive and defiant expansion.

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A Succot scorecard of Israel’s successes

Oct 2, 2015

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Any way you choose to calculate, Israel has the strategic and moral upper hand. Life in Israel is full of meaning – adorned by sacrifice, commitment, achievement and joy – all the components that make life satisfying and exciting, and uniquely so for Jews who have long awaited a national return to Zion.

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On diplomatic freedom and fortitude

Apr 2, 2015

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Passover Eve reflections on global failings and Israel’s autonomy, with a modern prayer for the seder: Protect Israel, oh Lord, from untrustworthy statesmen and back-stabbing superpowers. And if and when necessary, give us the grit to go it alone.

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The Israeli wine awakening

Mar 6, 2015

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For Shushan Purim, I review 20 fantastic Israeli wines, from different geographical areas of the country – each with its unique terroir. Pour some biblically-evocative, Zionist, kosher wine this Purim weekend, in celebration of Israel’s strength, creativity and spirituality.

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The politics of shmita

Sep 5, 2014

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We need truly Zionist, nationally-responsible, and halachically-uplifting solutions to the crisis of shmita (the Jewish agricultural sabbatical year) – for the benefit of religious and non-religious Israelis alike.

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The sky is not falling

May 1, 2014

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On its 66th Independence Day, Israel is winning on all battlefronts; overcoming every challenge; and advancing in all ways. Israel will continue to prosper and achieve, despite long-term lingering conflict with the Palestinians and notwithstanding the apocalyptic agonizing of well-meaning friends like John Kerry.

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Towards a more united Jewish people

Apr 4, 2014

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By synthesizing tradition with modernity through Jewish heritage and Zionist values programs, “Am Yisrael Echad” encourages development of an Israeli society that is more in tune with its roots, and is thus more united.

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Israel: The Bright Side of Life

Nov 22, 2013

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A net assessment of the strategic situation leads to the conclusion that Israel is winning on all battlefronts.

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David M. Weinberg is a spokesman, speechwriter, columnist and lobbyist who is a sharp critic of Israel’s detractors and of post-Zionist trends in Israel. Read more »


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