Articles by David B. Goldberg

Situated 640 kilometers (395 mi.) north of Stockholm, a tragic story has been developing in the city of Umeå (oo-may-AWE). Its remote location makes it the most unlikely of places for an outbreak of anti-Semitism, yet it is exactly that which has made the city the subject of hundreds of news stories worldwide. The eight ...

– “Do not oppress a stranger” Exodus 23:9 The Rambam Hospital in Haifa, like most hospitals in Israel, doesn’t only serve Jewish patients. Half or more are Arabs. And what may be even more surprising to readers is that many of them are Arabs from Gaza, Judea and Samaria (the West Bank). At Rambam, 1,200 ...

It was Friday morning, July 14, a few minutes before seven, at the Kotel, the ancient Temple Prayer Wall in Jerusalem. Surrounded by hundreds of Jews praying in the cool morning air, I had joined them and would soon be finished. I was reading the names of several hundred friends worldwide who had contacted us ...

– Israel is a miracle of God’s blessing In the past two years, a new term, “fake news,” has become vogue. US President Donald Trump has not hesitated to call much of what he sees or reads in mainstream media (MSM) news reports fake. His view of the world is different than the edited, manipulated ...

The Polish Ambassador to Israel, Jacek Chodorowicz, presented medals and certificates of honor signed by Polish President Andrzej Duda to Dr. Hillel Goldberg and his wife Leah in recognition of their 62 years of marriage. Hillel Goldberg was previously decorated with the Silver Medal of Honor by the late Polish President Lech Kaczynski.

The list of European tourist destinations is long, but the list of European targets of terrorists is catching up quickly: Berlin, Brussels, London, Madrid, Moscow, Nice, Paris, Stockholm. These and others have been the site of violent attacks ending in tragedy. Weapons include bombs, knives and ordinary cars. And why only think of Europe? Bali, ...