We remain without a peace agreement with the Palestinians. However, there is always tomorrow. And tomorrow means that there's hope where the Israeli electorate will support the political parties and vote for the one most beneficial for Israel and peace. Because that's what you're suppose to do in a democractic Parliamentary system, not vote for the leading candidate to be prime minister, but vote for the party's policies in line with your values and how you want your future to be. There is a light of hope that Israelis will in the end do the right thing once they see the differences between the make-up of these parties. Meanwhile, we light the fourth candle tonight.
Five civilians killed in north Sinai after militants shell house (AP)
from the article: This Hanukkah, in Israel, all I want is a sliver of light