The Palestinian Authority's return to Gaza and its commitment to the two-state solution should be seen by Israel as an opportunity.
The attorney general and state prosecutor must restore the Israeli public’s faith in the legal system, and the integrity of Israel’s democracy.
Instead of fighting monopolies and cartels, the government prefers to criticize those who leave Israel.
By refusing to accept the High Court ruling against the detainment of asylum seekers, the outgoing interior minister is undermining the rule of law.
The Education Ministry is shirking its responsibility and commitments to both students and parents – and the damage is greater than the benefits.
On the issue of employing asylum seekers, the prime minister must not seek to erode the Basic Law on Human Dignity and Liberty.
The PM's masks are being torn off, and the world is losing patience in the face of Israel’s policy of deception.
How can Netanyahu speak of regional peace and at the same time expand Jewish settlement in East Jerusalem?
The prime minister has no vision besides the continued occupation, the settlements and the 'fight against radical Islam.'
To prevent embarrassing episodes like the ones so widespread today among the police, the government must devise a strict process for vetting candidates for high government office.