Rafi is a financial journalist. He lives in the Golan, in Katzrin, Israel. He made Aliyah in 2007, and has been a libertarian ever since the Ron Paul 2012 campaign.
By Rafi Farber
The Libertarian Case for Israel
Anti-Israel sentiment abounds in the Arab world due to their rejection of Jewish presence in the area, especially in the form of a State. What is much more vexing is that a similar attitude is pervasive among the libertarian community (and, even, shonda, amongst, happily, a very small percentage of Jews) where Israel is often…
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אַ ייִדישער שרײַבער פֿאַרכאַפּט פֿון די רוסישע פּויערים וואָס האָבן געוואָלט ווערן ייִדן A Yiddish writer fascinated by a sect of Russian peasants that wanted to be Jewish
די רוסישע סטעפּ־פּויערעם האָבן זיך גערופֿן „סובאָטניקעס“, אַ נאָמען פֿאַרבונדן מיטן וואָרט „שבת“
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Tue., Feb. 27, 2024 • 1 P.M. ET
Today many young people are creating and sharing short cooking videos through social media channels like TikTok. For Jews from non-traditional or non-religious backgrounds this has become a fun way to engage with their Jewish identity.
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