The Ahmadi Catch 22

1st Romana: You know, if Grendel does become king, he'll never make you his queen. Madame Lamia: Nor you, either. I will see to that. 1st Romana: Ah, but I don't want him and you do, don't you. Look, why don't you let me go? All you have to do is release me and the … Continue reading The Ahmadi Catch 22

Jerusalem and Athens

More than 1500 years ago, the great Theologian Tertullian posed the question:  What has Jerusalem have to do with Athens? This is an interesting point of inquiry.  On the surface, one might think that this is an inconsequential issue.  However, perhaps it is not so much what the two cities of antiquity have in common that … Continue reading Jerusalem and Athens

Meanwhile in the Middle East…

Two weeks ago I was on a conference call interview with Captain Barak Raz, former spokesperson for the Judea and Samaria Division of the IDF Central Command discussing the situation in Judea and Samaria. While security is relative (particularly in the middle east) in Judea and Samaria things are relatively stable overall. The goal of … Continue reading Meanwhile in the Middle East…