Conversion in Israel is a lengthy and cumbersome process that combines all the worst attributes of government red-tape, religious corruption, and legal obstructionism.
Ever since it was captured by IDF Paratroopers in 1967, everyone among the Jews has wanted a piece of the Western Wall. Whom does it really belong to?
How come Israel can send delegations to distant lands such as Haiti and Japan when earthquake strikes but it can’t help its next-door neighbor, which has produced 1.3 million refugees?
The state comptroller was quite right to highlight the difficulties faced by immigrants from Ethiopia in his latest report, but it should have broadened its scope to include the poverty trap affecting more than two million Israeli Arabs and ultra-Orthodox Jews.
Sir Vernon Ellis is the chair of the British Council, an organization focused on harnessing the universal language - English - for good in 110 countries. Israel and the Palestinian territories are on his list.
In the shadow of two purported Israeli attacks in Damascus, it is clear that the Syrian Army has not been seriously preparing for war against Israel for quite a while.
A new church report challenging Jewish historic claims and criticizing Zionism has drawn anger and harsh condemnation from the local Jewish community.
The BDS people are doing harm to Israel, but in ways diverging from their intents; they are being used by supporters of the settlers, as attention deflectors.
Government exercising more caution following intelligence reports and warnings by other governments that the major part of the rebel movement has been taken over by Jihadist groups.
The judge's reasoning in the Women of the Wall case leans on understanding Judaism as a pluralistic and inclusive religion.