Between the government’s insulting gestures and their implementation lies a time-tested innovation dreamed up by the Jewish brain – the bureaucracy of Israel’s Civil Administration in the West Bank
Any change that has occurred, whether in the direction of the right or the left, has always come from within
Israel's guilty but America made it possible: Thanks to the U.S., we're celebrating the first 50 years of the occupation - and probably not the last
Some cabinet ministers were prophetic, while others, like Moshe Dayan, were in the grip of euphoria
Hala Alyan's 'Salt Houses' is a family saga, although even the word 'saga' may be overly grand, since none of its characters are the makers of history: They are history’s victims.
Without cooperation between Meretz, a virtually all-Jewish party, and Joint List, which is virtually all Arab, a solution to end the occupation and block annexation will be impossible to promote effectively
This column is being written in protest against the high threshold that routine Israeli violence must reach for something to be written about it
The IDF has prevented activists from escorting Palestinian shepherds who were harassed by Jewish settlers. In one case, the ban violates a High Court ruling
Many members of the BDS movement, who are trying to eliminate Israel, feel the materials from B’Tselem and Breaking the Silence advance their goals
Israel’s most serious problems are often attributed to its protracted rule in the occupied territories. But would it really be better off without them?