Summer 2011 was not marked by economic crisis or war, it marks the start of a revolution in the Israeli mind.
Guy Rolnik, Founding Editor-in-Chief TheMarker Media, Haaretz
The economic concentration committee's members did not address the fact that a handful of people control a trillion shekels of the public's money.
Everywhere you look, people are shaking off their torpor and realizing they've gone nowhere while the rich got richer.
The unconnected arise.
The 'March of the Million' proved to hundreds of thousands of Israelis who fear for the country's economic, democratic and social future that they have power.
Tycoons, stand warned: Gaming the system isn't a way to achieve perpetual motion.
Manuel Trajtenberg has a unique opportunity to take action against the tycoons and monopolies, and be heeded this time.
Don't expect change to come to you; you are the change.
For the first time ever, Israel's largest group speaks out. This is the chance to change the country's discourse.
This first wave of social unrest could vanish with the next eruption of regional violence. But that just guarantees that the ones to come will be bigger, more violent and more desperate.