United We Stand
With parliamentary elections in less than six weeks away, the sharp divisions within the populace of the Jewish State are becoming more evident.
The traditional struggle between the Right and the Left has become overshadowed by the emergence of a “Centrist” party threatening both extremes. The conflict between religious and secular parties continues, although the tone is considerably milder since the virtual disappearance of a violently anti-religious party which played a major role in the government formed after the last elections.
All of this is a far cry from the solidarity shown by our ancestors as they stood at
Only such a commitment can create the unity we need to protect forever.