Israel Defense Force’s bombardment and sinking of a weapons supply ship of the pre-state underground militia Etzel was one of the most dramatic and heartrending affairs in Israel’s history and to this day splits the right and left.
The corporation, Kan (Hebrew for Here), finds itself in a political tussle as the prime minister seeks to head off its launch, apparently out of fear that it will operate independent of political interference.
Meni Naftali, who stands to lose his job, says sudden Public Security Ministry decision is proof that he is being persecuted.
The black screen that was stretched across Balfour Street to separate Women Wage Peace from the prime minister’s Jerusalem home last week is a fitting metaphor for Netanyahu’s interminable premiership.
'The theater of the absurd continues,' Israeli prime minister says, adding that he and the Israeli ambassador to UNESCO will discuss further measures.
I believe Netanyahu when he says he favors competition, but when you see how he acts in the media sector, it is clear that his desire is to tame the media and control its agenda.
In probe against Netanyahu's possible criminal wrongdoing, Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit has appropriated the role of chief of the investigating team for himself.
The First Family is exacting revenge on the candidate who led the Birther movement and the party that tormented them for the past eight years.
These organizations are not really bringing peace or an end to the occupation any closer. Let’s see what Israel looks like without B’Tselem and Peace Now and Breaking the Silence.
Release of villagers, who allegedly violated Authority's boycott of settlements, brought about after intervention of IDF officials. Netanyahu says arrests 'further proof of the Palestinian refusal to make peace.'