Why Israel Will Miss Ariel Sharon

SHARON DC Leadership MTG 2002

JERUSALEM – I was privileged to know, appreciate, and befriend Ariel Sharon for both before and during the years he served as Israel’s 11th prime minister. He became, through the years, a dear friend. In today’s parlance, we were on each other’s “like list.” We frequently spoke on the phone. Whenever I visited Israel, or […]

Our first Israeli wedding

mainisrael

By Sybil Kaplan We had been in Israel one week short of three years, and although we have attended many simchot, heard about weddings from friends (and from my daughter who has gone to many weddings), when our friend called to ask if we would like to attend the wedding of his daughter, we were […]

Wineries and an Artist’s Colony in the Golan Heights

Sybil Kaplan

  How would you feel if you could swallow less than a tablespoon of something every day and know it would prevent heart disease and bad cholesterol, destroy cancer cells and even stop the development of cancer? If you are a diabetic, it would balance the level of insulin in the blood. A miracle drug? […]

Shopping in Jerusalem, something for every taste

Batya Medad

By Batya Medad Your browser may not support display of this image. Your browser may not support display of this image. I always get a kick out of the store window reflections, even when there’s nothing I would buy. I’ve never liked snoods. I think of them as colored undershirts with spikes. Your browser may […]

Variety of Interesting Stories – Sybil Kaplan

[whohit] Variety of Interesting Stories[/whohit] When we lived in Overland Park, I did my weekly shopping at the local supermarket, Price Chopper, or the one with the large kosher sections, Hen House, supplemented by the Wal-Mart neighborhood store. One of the stock items I bought was toilet paper most frequently four packs but sometimes more. […]