Kirkaiya, sorry, no. International law recognizes it as Israeli-occupied land. That is, land that was gained during conquest but not annexed. Saying that it is Israeli-occupied Palestinian territory implies that it was captured from the Palestinians. It was not. It was captured from Jordan. » 10/29/14 2:13pm 10/29/14 2:13pm

Not random. It is designed by the company as a tactical yarmulke clip. "Dos" in Hebrew is slang for religious, so Leatherdos is a la Leatherman-esqe religious items. It is a tongue in cheek parody. Their site shows it being used as a wick holder for sabbath candle wicks, for preparing salad by cutting vegetables, etc. » 7/26/14 10:31pm 7/26/14 10:31pm

There has been an interesting idea of the Hebrew Pi that you mentioned floating around for a rather long time that I learned about in a math class what feels like a million years ago. I had to search for it online, because I couldn't remember anything beyond the memory of hearing about it, but Lord Google knows all.… » 7/24/14 1:09pm 7/24/14 1:09pm

There was one single incident about Israeli soldiers shooting Palestinian football players in the feet. The Palestinians claim they were innocents. The Israeli military claimed they were throwing handheld bombs at officers, shot to incapacitate them, and diffused the additional bombs they had on them, and then they… » 7/24/14 10:02am 7/24/14 10:02am

I would like to raise a point that I haven't seen discussed here yet. It has nothing to with "who started it" or "who is oppressed" or "who is right" or "whose land is it." (And I am not taking sides here at all.) It has everything to do with the character of people. » 7/14/14 1:19pm 7/14/14 1:19pm