Natan Sharansky

By Natan Sharansky

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In Israel, one is seemingly catapulted from crisis to crisis, with few opportunities for reflection. However, our jubilee year gives us a rare chance to think about how far we have come, and where we are heading. Yet instead of praising past achievements and focusing our sights on a hopeful future, many of us seem to be mired in cynicism and marred by a pessimism that casts a pall over the very future of the Jewish state. Indeed, at a time when we should be celebrating the miraculous birth of the Jewish state and its flourishing over the last fifty years, we are instead conveying to the world an image of a country with no direction, little vision, and an uncertain future.

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