Publications Archives

ISRAEL’S 50th

According to the American historian Edward Lienetaal of the University of Wisconsin the general atmosphere of depressiona nd disharmony prevalent in Israel as it starts celebrating its 50th anniversary is nothing unusual in the experience of nations.

Read More

FORWARD FROM THE JUBILEE

As on every Independence Day, the celebration of Israel’s Jubilee was preceded by two significant anniversaries.

Read More

THE SIGNING OF ISRAEL’S DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

Growing up in the United States, every pupil from an early age is taught stories about the founding fathers — the 56 men who attached their names, and thereby their destinies, to the Declaration of Independence.

Read More

BEFORE AND AFTER MAY 14, 1948

I was home at last — after almost 6 years in His/Her Majesty’s Forces – in the “The Jewish Brigade” after more than a year and a half in Canada –

Read More

ARE THE HAREDIM JEWS?

A population is defined by the bell shaped curve.

Read More

BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE

Although much has been written about the Holocaust, it is only a miniscule fraction of the personal storeis which are still untold.

Read More

MORDECHAI STRIGLER

The editor of the Yiddisher Kemfer, Mordechai Strigler, whose burgeoning career as a writer was ruptured by the Second World War and who began writing furiously when he emerged from Hitler’s death camps and didn’t stop for more than 50 years, died May 10th at the age of 76.

Read More

IN TUNE WITH SINATRA

Judge Samuel S. Liebowitz welcomed me in to this chamber at the Kings County Court House in Brooklyn in his usual friendly manner.

Read More

ISRAEL AT FIFTY

You were born of a prayer of centuries…

Read More

CHAIM ARLOSOROFF

It was a sunny Sunday morning, the 18th of June, 1933, when the newspapers in Poland brought us the news of the tragic death of Chaim Arlosoroff.

Read More