A Jewish Perspective of The Beatles

Listen to Joel Bainerman give a lecture on “A Jewish Perspective of The Beatles” Just as Judaism is an ethical and spiritual lighthouse- so too were The Beatles. Most religions have their roots in spiritual awakening. The Beatles had a powerful appeal to a generation in calling forth a spiritual bonding. They sought out wonder,
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So Where Did The Billions Go?

If the Bush administration was as interested in furthering the Palestinians’ socio-economic condition as it is about “reforming” the 17 Palestinian Authority security forces, the West Bankers and Gazans could look forward to a much brighter future. One wonders if anyone in the US Administration, The Palestinian Authority (PA), the United Nations, Non-Government Organizations (NGOs),
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Surprise! Israeli economic origins are not socialist

A very important book to read is “The business of settlement” Private entrepreneuership in the Jewish settlment of Palestine, 1900-1914 by Yossi Katz, a Professor at Bar Ilan University. It explain why there are so many streets in Tel Aviv named after non-socialists- such as Meir Dizenscoff, Zalman Levontin, Menachem Sheinkin, Arthur Ruppin, and Eiliahu
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Exactly how many West Bankers are there?

According to Middle East economist and former Haifa University Rector Dr. Gad Gilbar: In 1970 there were 607,800 West Bankers In 1989, the population stood at 915,000 (Middle East Contemporary Survey 1991, Volume 15; Volume 1991) In 2007, the Palestinian Authority claimed there were 2,350,000 West Bankers Dr. Gilbar’s research states that: From 1970-1975- the
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In defence of Ariel Sharon

While the national religious camp in Israel does a lot of finger-pointing and name calling to belittle their enemies- their perceptions are tainted by their arrogance that only they “how Israel should deal with the Arabs”. How the national-religious camp viewed Ariel Sharon’s reasons for evacuating Aza is a perfect example of how blinded the
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