A state that adopts the legal methods and laws of totalitarian states begins to look like those countries, even if it calls itself 'the only democracy in the Middle East.'
After Touting His Concern for the 'Invisible,' Israeli Interior Minister Continues to Abuse Refugees
The solution is not to be found in building more facilities like Holot, like Minister Dery suggests. It's in giving asylum seekers real protection.
In the face of the incessant violence, the Israel Police must take extra care to uphold the rights of Palestinian residents and observe the boundaries of the law.
A democratic system of government doesn’t collapse overnight. It is eroded from within by a series of steps that destroy its fundamental principles.
The government as much as Jewish intellectuals must protect Ali Muasi, a teacher who was fired for screening a Palestinian movie that local Islamists deemed immodest and inappropriate.
As it chooses Thai and Chinese workers over local asylum seekers and Palestinians, the government is planning to flood the high-tech market with foreign engineers despite having well-qualified Israel-Arabs who could take those spots.
Naftali Bennett's attitude to anyone who tries to voice a clear, professional opinion shows, once again, that he has difficulty understanding that the Education Ministry is not his private domain.
In barring a suspended Arab Knesset member from an event at the President's Residence, President Reuven Rivlin joined all those who are undermining and trying to destroy Israeli democracy.
Implementation of the IDF’s recommendations to improve conditions in the Strip is part of the government’s obligation to its own citizens.
Jewish law is not the appropriate tool to manage a free, modern society.