There's nothing the European left so dislikes as Israel, and the Jewish state fares particularly poorly in the popular, Hellenic imagination. So what's bringing the leftist Greek prime minister and Netanyahu ever closer?
Israeli military interviews with Palestinian attackers were conducted within an unequal power relationship that is unethical and of dubious value.
Israel excels at many things: Creating new and creative approaches to education, the housing crisis, public transportation or the war on poverty aren’t some of them.
The education minister and his public are restricting freedom, narrowing maneuverability and shattering confidence, in service of shattering democracy. And so far, nobody’s even peeped in protest.
It's time to let new elements enter the commercial media market, which is centralized and controlled by a small number of players.
While power-brokers still can’t agree on who should be invited, regional tensions and Assad's strengthening position leave few expectations that the talks can end the five-year conflict.
British universities are rife with hatred, closed minds, ignorance, stereotyping and, yes, anti-Semitism.
Demanding that Hillel cosponsor events with anti-Semitic and Israel-hating organizations is an attack on both freedom of association and freedom of speech.
People are now sitting in interrogation basements because Channel 2's investigative program fell into a trap and didn't check its facts.
It is possible that the pressure on Israeli society has led it to the point of meltdown, putting it on the verge of a fundamental transformation.