Compasses

by David Wilder   A couple of years ago I heard a story. Hair-raising. Probably, years ago, I would have posted it immediately. Maybe. But maybe not. It’s so…unreal, but it’s true. A few days ago an article popped up on my computer screen. I decided that the time had come. Especially now. August is … More Compasses

A timely response to dogs, monkeys, pigs and Ron Lauder

A timely response to dogs, monkeys, pigs and Ron Lauder by David Wilder, Eretz.Org Hebron, 7 Nissan 5778, March 23, 2018 Our neighbors have a way with words. Having been writing for the best part of 25 years, I appreciate semantic delicacies. For example, on July 11, 1997, the mufti of Jerusalem, one Ekrima Sabri, … More A timely response to dogs, monkeys, pigs and Ron Lauder

There’s going to be more than one tomorrow by David Wilder

The reports coming in are that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. It is said that archeologists discovered a rare parchment, just over 3,000 years old, at excavations adjacent to Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Written in ancient Hebron, the document is seemingly a declaration of the unification of the tribes of Israel, with the capital … More There’s going to be more than one tomorrow by David Wilder