While the Israeli right is inciting to more and more violence, the Palestinian president is doing everything in his power to instill calm.
To uproot a sick phenomenon like La Familia, pinpoint punishments are not enough. There is a need to uproot the racism and violence such groups represent.
Netanyahu must show seriousness about the Temple Mount’s status quo, or bring in observers – Palestinian or international – to monitor the site.
This week's series of terror attacks is another warning written on the wall: A third intifada is on the way.
The smoking gun is the prime minister's plan to legalize four more outposts in the West Bank.
It’s hard to explain the motive for Netanyahu’s involvement in the communications market, except as a desire for favorable coverage. His latest move easing regulation on Bezeq could be just another part of that strategy.
Alsheich is a skilled Shin Bet operative, but he has never himself engaged in police work, keeping the peace, fighting organized crime or uprooting corruption.
Why should Israeli law include a minimum sentence for stone throwing when there is none for manslaughter, rape or bribery?
TV personality Moti Kirschenbaum had been a frequent guest in Israeli homes. The widespread sorrow over his death is also mourning for the loss of a type of television that has vanished.
Netanyahu and Erdan gave short shrift to proper procedure in nominating new police chief, despite PM's long list of appointments that were shot down.