Good governance requires that the appointment of a deputy to the prime minister be anchored in a Basic Law.
The government will do anything it can to sabotage the talks with the Palestinians. There is no other way to interpret the recent approval of 878 new housing units in secluded West Bank settlements.
Due to the courage of reporters, Israel has been spared the shame of appointing a problematic person such as Jacob Frenkel to as senior a post as the Bank of Israel governor.
Why do Israeli authorities insist on denying refugees and migrants a dignified way of life?
Bennett says his party will 'not be part of a government that freezes construction.' In that case, a promise-keeping Netanyahu will have to show him the door.
Recent spread of polio virus underlines Israeli policy of neglecting the health of the Bedouin population; in a place where there is no regular water supply, garbage collection or sewage system, there can be no immunity to disease.
Settlements have become an enterprise of supreme national importance that are entitled to siphon off funds from the state and from the public, and that come before any other sector in the country.
It is crucial that political considerations do not affect the new composition of the Turkel Committee, in order to guarantee its efficacy.
The IDF's time is invaluable, but it is intolerable to believe that this is the reason 1,300 people will be evicted from their homes and cut off from their livelihoods.
The strongest expression of racism is the one we encounter in our daily lives. Like at the bank.