Naomi Ragen's Jerusalem Post columns
(September 24, 1999) - There really are hidden
saints out there.
A New Year's Prayer
(September 10, 1999) - A New Year celebration marred by the sufferings
(August 27, 1999) - If you shout loudly enough at the other person,
maybe you'll convince yourself you're right about everything.
(August 13, 1999) - A secret writer is
Little Lost Girl
(July 30, 1999) - What will happen to
this little girl now?
(July 16, 1999) - Some wonderful women
have had their say, publicy.
The Last Jews of Ethiopia
(July 2, 1999) - A closer look reveals
that things are not quite what they seem to be.
Beautiful Native Flower
(June 18, 1999) - A uniquely Israel
partnership may well hold the key to a disturbing problem.
Who Has the Keys to the Kingdom? (June
4, 1999) - I used to think that only those who wore the right outfits, and
had the proper wigs and beards, had the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven.
Vive la difference! (May 20,
1999) - If only we could say that one truth doesn't have to cancel out the
other, no matter who gets more votes.
The Unraveling Kippah (May 7,
1999) - When did messianic fervor begin to erode reason and human values?
Enough Gravestones (April 23, 1999)
- The time has come to help the living feel the joy of having survived.
Shmuel Eldar (April 9, 1999) -
In memory of the base commander.
A Shiv'a Call (March 26, 1999)
- A disturbing visit to woman who'd just lost her father.
Oh, When? (March 12, 1999) -
When will the military cemeteries of the Middle East grow old?
A Pyrrhic Victory (February15, 1999)
- What exactly was won and lost in Sunday's demonstration against the Supreme Court?
Count Me Out (February 7, 1999)
- Whom do Israel's ultra-Orthodox political parties really represent?