Only the American people are sovereign to make decisions of war and peace regarding their country’s army; Israeli decision-makers should give up any pretense of intervening.
Many government officials try to obscure the nature of their ties to settlement construction but the conflict of interests is crystal clear.
Ten years after the Israel Air Force flyby over Auschwitz, the awareness of the Holocaust and the dread of its recurrence are consciously and deliberately blended into the air force's policy, and into the IDF and defense establishment's policy in general.
The state’s war against the African migrants is a badge of shame when with some support, they could become part of the diverse fabric of Israeli society.
The days when Nativ, a quasi-intelligence organization, served any purpose are long gone. Today its only purpose is to keep the state ombudsman busy.
At the end of the day, it is essential that a decision to attack Syria be made on Capitol Hill, not in Jerusalem.
Where was the United States when more than 100,000 people, for more than two and a half years, were killed in attacks using conventional weapons? Do they care which weapons were used to kill them?
Interior Ministry plans to deport asylum-seekers from Eritrea and Sudan, but at the same time Israel is importing hundreds of foreign workers.
The banks supervisor dared intervene in the senior executives’ club to protect the interests of the system he oversees and its clients.
If Prime Minister Netanyahu is serious about negotiations, he will prevent the army from undertaking actions which jeopardize the talks.