Barring empty talk of heavy handed responses, Israel's right wing government seems to have no real solution to violence. After four bloody months, the time has come return to peace talks.
The problem with home demolitions in the West Bank is greater than the structures that were razed, but the solution is simple.
Instead of aspiring to humane solutions, the Knesset is once again passing a law whose essence is the detention without trial of people whose only crime is seeking asylum.
It can be assumed that if Herzog's wish to dig a tunnel into the Netanyahu cabinet and to smuggle himself into the foreign minister's office were to come true, he would be that government's right flank.
Five workers have died on Israeli construction sites already this year. Would people care more if they were Jewish, rather than Arabs or migrant workers?
No commissioner has yet to dare imposing regulation on the companies that truly influence the economy. Michal Halperin will be judged by her willingness to lead such a campaign.
There are 660 Palestinian currently being held by Israel without trial, a hunger strike is an attempt to challenge this policy with one's body, not a 'disciplinary infraction.'
The delicate task of teaching civics in Israel, a society that is divided over many issues, has been entrusted to a minority with missionary tendencies.
It's time to let new elements enter the commercial media market, which is centralized and controlled by a small number of players.
Police conduct in the case of Nasser Nawaja proves that Israel's Arabs are forced to live by a different set of rules.