I will be backpacking for the next week, so there goes nay hope for me updating the blog.
Meanwhile I will leave some questions for people to ponder:
How should one view the "kiruv" of Jews to non-observant but involved Judaism, and why?
Which is more important: Kiruv Rechokim (bringing those who are far close to Judaism) or Kiruv Krovim (bringing those who are close into a real care and vibrancy about Judaism)
Why is Jewish sovereignty in the Land of Israel important (imagine in theory Jews could live in Israel peacefully under foreign rule)?
Does a Jewish democracy have din malchut, if not is a theocracy (more accurately a monarchy becuase the kohen kadol/ Av beit din) is the religious leader the ideal?
Is it a form of tzedakah to save the environment?
If your brother has a flu and your neighbor is getting a stroke, who do you deal with first? If a Jewish person has the flu and a non-Jew is getting a stroke who do you deal with first?
Should the a government be responsible for needs beyond basic necessities of life towards its citizens?
Should the Israeli government be a diffrent case becuase it is obligated to care for the Jewish people?
Is a representative democracy the same thing as the people?
If Am Yisrael is obligated to do something is the government obligated?
If you take in refugees to save lives, how do you draw the line at which you can't save more lives?
Is it better not to accept any refugees because you really can't help every single person in the world or is it better to set an arbitrary line?
How can you accept the 1000th person but not the 1001st?
If the lives were Jewish Lives would you act the same way? Is it ok if the answer to that was yes?
and a bonus:
What should be the place of Arab's in Israel (politically, socially etc)?
Is it (and if yes to what extent) is it ok to use psychological warfare in the occupation of the West Bank? If shooting at a blank wall in an Arab village will stop terrorists from shooting at nearby settlements for instance...or random arrests and detentions?
Is it ok for Jews to settle in the West Bank considering there are Arabs in Israel?
If the Palestinians view themselves as at war with Israel and some/most see it fit to resort to violence why is it wrong to play our side of the struggle and try to build on as much land(not that belongs to private Palestinians) as possible?