Making major mistakes: what they are, why they matter, where they stand, and what you can do about it.
Bradley Burston is a Haaretz columnist and Senior Editor of Haaretz.com which publishes his blog, "A Special Place in Hell."
During the first Palestinian uprising, Burston served as Gaza correspondent for the Jerusalem Post, and was the paper's military correspondent in the 1991 Gulf War.
In the mid-1990s he covered Israeli-Arab peace talks for Reuters. In 2006, he received the Eliav-Sartawi Award for Mideast Journalism, presented at the United Nations.
A native of Los Angeles, Burston moved to Israel after graduation from Berkeley. He was part of a group which established Kibbutz Gezer, between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
Burston served in the IDF as a combat medic, later studying medicine in Be'er Sheva for two years before turning to journalism. He is married and has two daughters.
Arutz Sheva news service holding contest to publish 'most interesting' theory about PM's murder
Arutz Sheva's Hebrew site promises to publish the 'most interesting' theory about the assassination of the prime minister in 1995.
Where it comes to Israel, be as honest about what you love, as you are about what turns your stomach, chars your conscience, makes you want to throw shoes at the news.
The bargain's over. The settlers are not my enemy, but the settlements are. I want my country back.
So profound is the fear that Netanyahu may commit to a sea change on the West Bank, and succeed in mobilizing the support of a consensus of Israeli and U.S. Jews, it has now spread to some of the most vocal and - until now - most unflagging of the prime minister's past admirers.
On this day when we boycott that which medicates and blunts, cleanse us of the disappointments and the failures of this year.
Much too much of it has nothing to do with ideology, God's promises or promises to God. For Jews and for Palestinians, much too much of it has to do with the need to prove oneself a man.
It says much about our times, that Rabbi Ovadia chose just this period and a Rosh Hashana tradition to unlock and unload on the Palestinians.
Why not let Hamas and the Haredim run the Holy Land?