A look at a West Bank checkpoint 'that provides the Jews land and rights that it deprives the Palestinians of, a violence of the overlord that is intravenously fed into the veins of every Israeli.'
Habima theater's consent to put on a show in Kiryat Arba is a 'moral stain worthy of condemnation.'
Habima, together with the left-wing journalists, authors and poets, should rise up from its prolonged armchair revolution and go forth to settle in the hearts of the settlers, the people of the periphery and others.
Lately, Netanyahu seems to be threatened by a lack of external threats. Which brings us back to his deepest fear: any challenge to the integrity and permanence of the settlement enterprise and its shield, the occupation.
Obama 'has the opportunity not to be remembered as the U.S. president who allowed the two-state solution to disappear,' Saeb Erekat writes in Washington Post op-ed.
The Israeli peace camp has not exhausted all possible means to end the occupation of the Palestinians. Far from it. We need to start raising some non-violent hell, and keep it up.
If not even the opposition is willing to air Israel's dirty laundry, we may all choke on the stench.
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.
'The occupation must end' — that’s the flag that must unite Israel's opposition. Those who don’t wave it are helping make the status quo in the territories permanent.
Likud lawmaker David Bitan's latest initiative comes a day after he threatened to strip B'Tselem's director of his citizenship for speaking about the occupation at the UN Security Council.