Just about every day, I’ve been getting something like this via the Ha’aretz and Forward mailing lists.
These are trying times for
For friends of
Whether it is one meal or hundred meals, please help purchase food for those who desperately count on your support.
Best wishes for a peaceful summer,
It sure is tough being an Israeli in these trying times. Still, with near 90% of Israeli Jews cheering on the bombs and missiles, it’s hard to sypathise. If they would just emerge from their bunkers in their millions and march on
Speaking of dogs, the humanitarian population of northern
Thousands of dogs have been abandoned. The cats have lost their food supply and simply die. The dogs are helpless, they can't even jump onto the garbage containers.
Unlike their Lebanese counterparts, the Israeli dogs don’t even have babies’ femurs to gnaw on and assuage their hunger.
Meanwhile, In Ha’aretz, Yoel Marcus has learned his lesson from the devastation of
By now, it is clear this war is not about
So let's leave the critiques and the armchair commentary until after the war and face reality. Reality is that we need to take a deep breath and strike Hezbollah with everything we've got, on land and air, until we neutralize it as a military force on our border. It is important to achieve the upper hand by cease-fire time. We have to show them that "Little Satan" has big teeth.