The army that for nearly 50 years has cultivated injustice, oppression and the killing of civilians should allow people incapable of joining it a way to express their conscience.
The terrifying burning of the baby in Duma is a symptom of a much deeper illness: It signals to us Israelis how very serious our situation is, and indicates – in letters writ in fire – that the path to a better future is closing before us.
In memory of Ron Pundak, an architect of the Oslo Accords and the Geneva Initiative.
A major new highway that is meant to link Jewish settlements on the outskirts of Jerusalem is bisecting Palestinian village of Beit Safafa, cutting families from each other and making their lives a nightmare. On a larger scale, it blocks the possibility of a viable Palestinian state.
When the Palestinian president said he would not return to Safed, he sounded a new note - one that requires a different level of attentiveness, writes Israeli author David Grossman.
David Grossman on Iran Crisis As Netanyahu Pushes Israel Closer to War With Iran, Israelis Cannot Keep Silent
Why aren't ministers and defense officials standing up right now, when it is still possible, and saying: We will not be a party to this megalomaniacal vision, to this messianic-catastrophic worldview?
Instead of focusing on just a prisoner exchange deal, Israel should seek to reach a broader understanding with Hamas.
How insecure, confused and panicky a country must be, to act as Israel acted!
In the Bar-Ilan speech, Israelis heard there will be no peace here, unless it is forced upon us.
The Magal rehabilitation center in west Jerusalem is the only such facility catering to teenage drug addicts.