At issue is the list of failures and omissions — whether linked to intelligence, operations or ethics — that require an investigation.
Instead of striving for excellence and dealing with rampant racism, the education minister's newest initiative aims to force yet more religion onto Israel's secular students.
After the prime minister's string of statements over the past week, it seems he has decided to take off the statesmanlike mask he has donned for the past few years.
In the wake of a young Arab man's death, investigators in the unit that probes police conduct bear a heavy burden.
The killing of Kafr Kana resident Khayr al-Din Hamdan is the direct result of the latest rules of engagement issued by Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch.
Some MKs want to make it easier to expel their colleagues, particularly Israeli Arab legislators making controversial statements.
Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch seems to have forgotten the rules of engagement, which apply even in the case of terrorists.
The Interior Ministry's primary goal has been to drive asylum seekers out of Israel in any way it could; let’s hope that incoming Interior Minister Gilad Erdan won't continue this wretched tradition.
Unruly fans realize that inside a stadium you can curse, threaten and beat people up — and receive a ridiculously lenient punishment, if any.
Defecating on the flag assuredly hurts the feelings of many Israelis and expresses a demonstrative lack of patriotism on the artist’s part. But freedom of expression exists precisely to protect acts such as this.