One can argue over the importance of cooperating with international institutions, but there's no disputing that Israelis are entitled to receive a detailed report of the inquiries' results.
The High Court has already struck down two similar amendments because they seriously undermined the right to liberty. The fact that this hearing is taking place is shameful.
Strict enforcement of the limits on campaign finance and campaign advertising must be applied equally, to parties on both sides of the political map.
The prime minister has become a ticking cluster bomb, discharging its lethal load at timed intervals and destroying the remains of Israel’s standing in the world.
Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein must be loyal to the public, and not to the prime minister who appointed him.
Israelis should ask themselves whether the Syria strike justified the loss of the soldiers killed in the retaliatory attack, or the new hostilities with Hezbollah and Iran.
The police, tarnished by scandal, need to be shaken up, but they must not slacken their efforts to root out the rot in the public service.
Attorney general and state prosecutor seem to work to keep Netanyahu in office, and betray their role of getting at the truth.
We must not take religious feelings lightly. But it is impossible to accept a situation in which individuals or groups make use of their hurt feelings as justification for actions to silence others.
Israeli Arabs, who suffer from institutionalized exclusion, must understand that the most effective way to combat discrimination is by voting for parties that represent them.