It’s hard to draw any parallels between the recent Israeli Nobel Prize winners success and the nation's higher education system.
Studies repeatedly show that that the idea of gender equality in Israel has not yet been translated into action on the ground.
If Israel is on the edge of the abyss, as Netanyahu claims, he should not be surprised by the flight of the country’s young people overseas.
Along with his virtues and achievements, Yosef will also be remembered as a man who contributed a great deal to the polarization and division of Israeli society.
Moshe Leon's unworthy mayoral candidacy is the shady fruit of a political alliance forged not around the interests of Jerusalem's residents.
The continually shameful handling of complaints against violent police shows that Israel Police cares more about its own image than doing justice.
The state and its legislators must relate to all its citizens as Israeli citizens and eliminate the "nationality" line item in the Population Registry.
Instead of berating Israelis for leaving the country, the finance minister should be doing something to improve the situation in Israel.
Environmental Protection Minister Amir Peretz should seize the opportunity to reevaluate a decision to turn an unimpressive area in East Jerusalem into a national park - which is aimed at preventing the expansion of adjacent Palestinian neighborhoods.
In his speech on Iran at the UN General Assembly, the prime minister must realize that diplomacy is good for Israel, too.