Benjamin Netanyahu’s claim that the removal of settlers from the West Bank would be ‘ethnic cleansing’ is utter nonsense. If he wants to know what ethnic cleansing, he has to revisit 1948, not 2005.
Amona, which was built on private Palestinian property, must be razed by the end of 2016, Israel's top court ruled.
Funds earmarked for erecting and completing communal structures in fast-growing Be'er Ganim and Nitzan.
Peace Now's Yariv Oppenheimer: The murders of PM Yitzhak Rabin and peace activist Emil Grunzweig should have been commemorated first.
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Survey presented joint Haaretz-OFJCC conference shows most Israeli Jews favor dividing Jerusalem.
Despite what many people claim, the idea of dividing the country did not weaken significantly during the last election; it happened earlier.
A vision of a Greater Israel in which Israeli citizenship is granted to those Palestinians who desire it could help shake off some of the obsolete and fossilized clichés, and stir new and creative thinking.
Instead of still grousing about the disengagement from Gaza, the Israeli right wing should thank Prime Minister Ariel Sharon for it.
For all his mistakes, Ariel Sharon was right: Ultimately, there is no other way but to take our fate into our own hands, shape our borders and divide the land.