Ayelet Shaked's move to split attorney general's role is clearly intended to damage the rule of law.
The Haifa municipality likes to brag about coexistence, but now it turns out it is one of the standard-bearers in the cultural war of gagging and censorship that has been declared against Israeli artists.
As last week’s murder proved, hatred and ignorance against the LGBT community are still widespread in Israeli society.
It's important for Washington to know that many Israelis object to Netanyahu's maneuvers. We must remind everyone over and over that Netanyahu isn't Israel.
The killing of a Palestinian baby, who was burned to death by a firebomb thrown into his home, was no bolt from the blue.
Since Yariv Levin was appointed minister, his scandalous utterances, which were always extreme, have become even more radical.
The doubling of the number of Palestinians prisoners in administrative detention over the past year reflects an excessive, illicit use of a means intended only for rare, aberrant cases.
When the prime minister, defense minister, education minister and justice minister are all working against the highest court in the land, it shows Israel is not ruled by law, certainly not when it comes to what happens beyond the Green Line.
The opposition's silence at the increasing attacks on the group reflect the apologetic and fearful tone typical of Israel's new center-left.
Instead of giving up her seat to a more determined leader who will raise the left’s banners high once more, Galon is compromising the party’s ideology.