Jews and Palestinians both say yes - which shows that both sides still care more about how they are perceived than about reality on the ground.
Haaretz analyst Anshel Pfeffer says that the defense minister, by choosing to discuss information concerning Iran's nuclear program with a U.K. reporter, is trying to keep the Israeli public in the dark.
With more than 20 years as a war correspondent, BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen is well placed to report on the recent Arab uprising. He recently spoke with Haaretz about his observations, and his new book.
The U.K. paper claims that Israel targeted an Iranian-run missile factory in Khartoum last week; Sudan has accused Israel of bombing the military complex, killing two people.
The second in a series of articles on Scottish Jewry gauges the community’s thoughts on the possibility of Scotland gaining independence from the rest of Britain in 2014. The main response seems to be a shrug of the shoulders rather than a call to arms.
The 120 most important Jewish policy-makers will gather for two days as part of the Jewish People Policy Institute's Conference on the Future of the Jewish People.
Senior Haaretz analyst Anshel Pfeffer says possible talks could be derailed by a long list of potential events, but the New York Times leak is extremely timely for the Obama administration.
While it started out a decade ago with good and timely ideas for bringing Western immigrants to Israel, the organization has increasingly come to resemble the complacent Jewish Agency, which it replaced.
In the first in a series of articles on Scottish Jewry, Anshel Pfeffer finds out how Glasgow is coping since the last mohel left.
Aryeh Deri and Ehud Olmert may bring in the votes - but at what price to Israeli democracy?