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  • He has influenced Israel for the better more than any other American Jew -- and I say this with some sadness, as, along with Meir Kahane and Baruch Goldstein, the designation includes Golda Meir, who, in retrospect, blazed Israel's current trail of refusal to read signs of peace and refusal to respond appropriately to signs of danger.

    Bradley Burston: Bob Dylan, It Turns Out, Lives in Israel

  • Shortly after the challenge was announced I had emailed Ivonne, asking her if she knew where I could find both of those items and she told me about a place called Golda's Kitchen, a kitchen supply store in Toronto that I can't believe I had never heard of before.

    Daring Bakers: Cheesecake Pops

  • "Golda," said Meir, "I will come to your house and pay a visit to your old grandfather."

    An Obscure Apostle A Dramatic Story

  • "Golda," said Meir, "is it not frightful for you in this solitary cabin, when the long fall and winter drop black darkness over the earth, and great winds enter through the walls and moan about the house?"

    An Obscure Apostle A Dramatic Story

  • "Golda," said Meir again, "do you remember the story of Rabbi Akiba?"

    An Obscure Apostle A Dramatic Story

  • "Golda," said he, after a long while, "the prophets of Israel, who cut their hands in two rather than be forced to play and be the slaves of their masters, were great men."

    An Obscure Apostle A Dramatic Story

  • "Golda," said Meir, in a strong voice, "I would rather cut my hand in two, as did the prophets of Israel, than act against my heart."

    An Obscure Apostle A Dramatic Story

  • Behind Feldshuh's performance, the William Gibson play (a revamp of his earlier Broadway work "Golda"), directed by Scott Schwartz, became the longest-running one-woman show in

    Fore, right!

  • Lansky rolled the die only to watch his dream die out; he had bet on booze, coins and dollars, but had never come up against a currency such as Golda; Meir made sure that Israel's Law of Return returned to kick him in the rear, forbidding him residency in the land of milk and honey.

    Jewish Exponent News

  • 'Golda's Balcony' Starring Feldshuh Opens at Old Globe Theatre, 4/28

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