Tag Archives : Natanz

Israel has made it; now it needs to grow up.

At independence, Israel was little more than a spark of light – a tiny spark – in the Jewish world. From a total of 11.5 million Jews alive on the 5th of the month of Iyyar in the Jewish year 5708, (May 14, 1948), only 650,000, or 6% lived in Israel. In contrast, the day Israel was founded, some five million, or…

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Introducing The Caroline Glick SHOW!

Today, on Israel’s 73th Independence Day, I am happy to launch my new webcast/podcast The Caroline Glick Show with Gadi Taub. Every week, my colleague and friend, historian Gadi Taub, one of Israel’s top public intellectuals will meet online to discuss the top issues of the day in relation to Israel, the Middle East and the wider world. If the…

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