B’Tselem is telling Israelis that the exception they have enjoyed from moral judgment is over and they must recognize that they have built and solidified an entire system of values and laws that is fundamentally a self-delusion.
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.
Under proposed plan by coalition member, buffer may not exist between political echelon and new corporation, comprised of several existing public media outlets.
Army investigation determines that preparation for dealing with subterranean threat during Operation Protective Edge was 'flawed, and caused confusion in real time.'
Why do those brave enough to leave the ultra-Orthodox world find themselves abused by the state?
UN agency's director general says 'Al-Aqsa Mosque is also Temple Mount, whose Western Wall is the holiest place in Judaism.' Bennett instructs Israeli panel to suspend ties with UNESCO, a decision lacking practical implications.
Far-right Minister Naftali Bennett pressures Netanyahu for a six-month delay. The High Court has already postponed the demolition of Amona several times.
In the controversy over Naftali Bennett's call to fight for the settlements, the most dangerous part of his remarks passed almost unnoticed.
The far-right party leader says Elor Azaria, the Israeli soldier charged with manslaughter for shooting a Palestinian assailant who was laying on the ground, should not serve time in jail.