It could be understood why, in 1941, when Palestine's Jews were gearing up to fight the British Mandate, no one found fit to memorialize the British officer who was sent with Palmach commandos on a dangerous mission. Much has changed since.
The prime minister first reacted to the shooting of the subdued Palestinian with condemnation, but quickly changed tune with obscene political interference in the judicial process.
Ya’alon sought to have it both ways — to deem Breaking the Silence treasonous while also condemning a soldier’s execution of a subdued Palestinian assailant.
Some ministers, including Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, took the opportunity to bash the court before they took the time to read the verdict’s 180 pages or understand what it meant.
Though the bill is worded neutrally, it is clearly directed against the Arab MKs, and thus serves to advance a tyranny of a Jewish majority.
In addition to expressing ugly opinions, Sephardi Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef also interferes in various issues that are completely beyond his jurisdiction.
Legislation of a maximum salary exists in no other country with a free market. No link is needed between the salary of the CEO and the pay of the lowest-paid worker.
The IDF, these hollow leaders like to babble, is the most moral army in the world, providing it adopts unconditionally the moral borders marked by its leaders.
All the presidential candidates who spoke at AIPAC's policy conference did little more than to pay lip-service to Israel's right wing; they won't offer any help when considering peace with the Palestinians.
New bill hopes to one-up the already excessive legislation and 'take care' of those who refuse to base their national identity and politics on an object.