Tag Archive: Moses

Seattle’s Jewish community unites in grief

Despite the miles of land and ocean that separate the small Jewish community of Seattle from Israel, for the past nineteen days the distance seemed not quite as great. The hours were punctuated… Continue reading

How Israel-China Deal Steals Justice from Grieving Mother

Varda Epstein is amongst the sharpest and most passionate writers in the blogosphere. Her latest piece, fueled by the pain of a grieving mother compounded by the perfidy of injustice, leaps off the page. Rivka Moriah, an Israeli mother… Continue reading

Natural Phenomenon Splits East China Sea for one hour (twice a year).

From AmusingPlanet.com:   The miracle of the parting of the Red Sea when Moses and the Jews were trapped between the Red Sea and the armies of Egypt is perhaps the most memorable and… Continue reading