Anyone who dreams of a civil war in Israel should remember that it needs two sides. Here, only one side is present – the national religious, Messianic, zealot right.
'It is our obligation to assist the weak and needy in our society,' former defense minister says.
'I'm not the head of a gang trying to put pressure on the court,' accuses Moshe Ya'alon, while blaming the country's leadership for dividing the nation.
I've heard all the rumors and reports of impending doom as Netanyahu plans to disembowel media in Israel. None of it has yet come true.
It is not wise or fair to pressure PM Netanyahu to toughen his policy on Gaza in the name of securing the release of two IDF soldiers' missing bodies.
Ministry director general is drawing up recommendations about whether to close the station.
Three armed Palestinians opened fire on forces during demolition of home of man involved in killing of Border Policewoman in Damascus Gate last February.
Gidi Orsher earns culture minister's wrath with reviling stereotypical post.
Like Elie Wiesel, the prime minister is convinced there’s a threat to Israel’s existence. It’s too bad his anxieties are answered with personal attacks.
Army chief Gadi Eisenkot is determined to rid the IDF of its entrenched conventions, whether that's on the battlefield or at training bases. The actions of politicians and religious leaders don't make his task any easier.