Book Review: Khirbet Khizeh by S. Yizhar

“Long live Hebrew Khizeh! Who, then, would ever imagine that once there had been some Khirbet Khizeh that we emptied out and took for ourselves. We came, we shot, we burned; we blew up, expelled, drove out, and sent into exile.” One is not always in touch with history and its events. Of course, being … Continue reading

Essential Reading: February 2015

Well, that was quick. The first month of the year just flew by fast, fulfilling every cliche that speaks about how there is never enough time for anything. Still, I must disagree because there is always enough time for reading. As proof, here are the books that I’ve read for the month of January: The … Continue reading