| Friday, 12 October 2012 00:00|
Sometimes I get the feeling that God has a bizarre sense of humor or, at the least, is toying with us, at our expense. The Jewish ghetto is an ironic case in point.
| Friday, 28 September 2012 00:00|
Sam Lehman-WilzigIn this column, I generally try to stay away from politically sensitive, hot-button issues – and focus instead on other aspects of public and private life in Israel.
This column will be different.
| Friday, 14 September 2012 00:00|
Sam Lehman-WilzigIf you want to know what living in Israel is all about, you can’t do better than to attend an Israeli wedding. For those readers who have never been to one, get ready for serious culture shock that is not too different from the deep, cultural adaptation needed to live in Israel altogether. Indeed, Israeli weddings are a microcosm of Israeli society, for better and worse.
| Friday, 31 August 2012 17:26|
Sam Lehman-WilzigIn my previous column, I wrote about several trends and issues related to the housing shortage in Israel. But a shortage is not the only problem related to housing. Earthquakes pose another problem.
| Friday, 17 August 2012 17:47|
Sam Lehman-WilzigAfter living in Petach Tikva for 35 years, my wife and I just moved to Kfar Saba (a 12-minute car drive further north). What’s interesting about this is not the towns or the distance between them but that we have been living in the same city for three-and-a-half decades. Seemingly, that would be unusual for a “wandering Jew.” But it isn’t in Israel, which is the subject of this column.
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