The occupation has defeated sanity, even that of Reuven Rivlin. The president is calling for the country's annihilation.
The only realistic solution, which could end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict justly and morally, is the two-state solution. Any other proposal is a dangerous trap.
When the right’s screamers cry annexation, the state president tells them there’s only one annexation – the kind that grants full, equal civil rights to all the annexed area’s residents.
Sovereignty should be declared over all the territory under Israeli civilian and military control in the West Bank, known as Area C.
Only last week did the president say the passage of the so-called land-grab law could cause Israel to look like an apartheid state.
The UN chief, meanwhile, says he sees no reason for the U.S. to block former Palestinian PM Salam Fayyad's appointment: 'He is right person for the job'
Reuven Rivlin strongly opposes the 'Regularization Law,' which enables Israel to expropriate private Palestinian land where settlements have been built.
Speaking in Israel, however, President Duda does not mention the 1941 pogrom in Jedwabne, where Poles killed hundreds of Jews.
War of Independence heroes ask prime minister to change his decision to name Sha’ar Hagai monument after disgraced former general; already have President Reuven Rivlin’s backing.
Veterans say War of Independence memorial should honor all who helped break the siege of Jerusalem in 1948, an idea supported by the Israeli president.