The anti-terror bill is one of the most important and dangerous bills proposed during the last government.
Israel should export the gas discovered over the past several years but at the same time ensure that the gas sale benefits the public - by means of fair taxation on the profits and the directing of the proceeds to worthy causes.
The Israel Defense Forces need another NIS 4 billion. For what? To be instructed by Elad, which promotes Jewish settlement in Arab neighborhoods of East Jerusalem.
American mediation is not the last chance, but it is the last chance under comfortable circumstances. Israel should realize negotiations are with the Palestinians, not the U.S.
The amount budgeted for the Shin Bet and Mossad never came under discussion outside closed forums, allowing these bodies to escape public discourse for years.
The situation where medical practitioners who studied in East Jerusalem are not allowed to work in the city's hospitals is absurd, discriminatory, and unacceptable; and it is up to Israel's new health minister to remedy it.
The military club can, and should, be sure enough of itself to refuse to accept someone who does not want to be a member.
The 2012 law allows asylum seekers to be jailed for an unlimited period of time. It violates not only Israeli and international law, but also the principles of justice and morality.
The proposal put forth by Coalition Chairman Yariv Levin is nothing short of an apartheid law, aiming to provide a solid legal basis for the exclusion of Israel's Arab minority.
IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz must relinquish secret pay-hike agreement for long-serving soldiers and divert the money to training reserve units.