The large number of unemployed Arabs, and in particular of unemployed Arab women, should trouble every Israeli citizen.
Hopefully the left and center parties will put the choice between a policy that helps ensure Israel's democratic identity and a policy that ensures a further entrenchment of the occupation and a perpetuation of the conflict at the top of the election agenda.
The real distinctions between the two presidential candidates are faint; the important question is how quickly the next presidential administration can prepare for action, and with how much resolve.
The elections for the 19th Knesset are shaping up to be a referendum on Netanyahu - the man, the platform and the performance.
European Union is preparing legislation to oblige stores to designate products coming from Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
The only democracy in the Middle East, a country that respects the rule of law, is now concocting limits on freedom of speech.
Netanyahu doesn't care whether not there will be a 2013 budget, all he cares about is whether he will be elected for a third time.
Council for Higher Education's decision to close Ben-Gurion University's Department of Politics and Government stems from desire to punish faculty who dared offer their students a critical viewpoint
Under Netanyahu's leadership, ultranationalism and the medieval forces of radical Judaism paint a black portrait of Israel.
Despite the campaign of intimidation that is being waged against the prosecution, it must appeal the acquittals Ehud Olmert received in the Talansky and Rishon Tours cases.