Equal-Weight Opponents

By Ari Bussel

As in the sport of wrestling, Israel and Iran seem to be equal-weight opponents. The fight, though, will not be a sports competition where rules are followed. Rather, it would be a fight to the very end, until one dies a gruesome bloody death, while spectators are either shocked to immobility by the horrors they have just witnessed or cheering for the fulfillment of their wildest dreams.

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A Very Exclusive Club

By Ari Bussel and Norma Zager

It was exactly thirty years ago that Beverly Hills philanthropist, Steve Meadow, was involved in supporting Tel Aviv University. Over the decades his support of Israel has not diminished and morphed into specific areas different than most. He supported the Israeli Police special anti-terrorism unit, essentially becoming their godfather and making sure they have everything they need and more.

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No One is as Naive as our President Pretends

By Norma Zager

“The foreign policy of the United States is the way in which it interacts with foreign nations and sets standards of interaction for its organizations, corporations and individual citizens. The U.S. is highly influential in the world…” Wikipedia

The American president is the most informed human being in the world.

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Be Careful What You Wish

By Ari Bussel

“Who is rich? He who is content with what he has.” Jewish Wisdom

When one rattles a cage, one must be careful of what may wake up or be discovered. At times, it is better to let things be, else be ready to complete what was started.

In litigation in America, something the society is very prone to do, one never knows what the outcome may be. Truth and justice do not always prevail. Often a time, fate is in the hands of a judge, a jury or a scrupulous attorney.

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Guardian Angels

By Ari Bussel

I was sitting on a chair at Cedars, an IV sticking into my hand, a tray next to me with big bottles of medication to drink. Nurses were bringing in other patients, each waiting for another exam. We all sat next to each other on a row of chairs, somewhat reminiscent of a train station or a gate at an airport. Except we were in gowns, each assigned a staff member to accompany us during the procedures.

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