The state comptroller's report on the Harpaz affair paints a grim picture of the power struggles among top defense officials, which paralyzed staff work on sensitive national issues, all under Netanyahu's apathetic eye.
It behooves the state to retract its decision to bar Palestinian prisoners from taking classes at the Open University as quickly as possible.
Recognition of the Shalem Center as an academic institution marks another phase in the right's battle against Israel's established universities.
In Israel in 2013, an alliance that combines elements of racism, chauvinism and ultra-nationalism is still allowed.
A dangerous ideology, intended to undermine democracy and the rule of law in Israel, lurks behind Bennett's smile.
Collective hatred and violence against migrants will not solve the real problems of those who live in south Tel Aviv.
Likud, which has been denouncing Peres' remarks, prefers the arrogance and aggressiveness of the Netanyahu-Lieberman school of foreign policy, which will end up serving a Naftali Bennett-style far-right political doctrine. For Israel's sake, it would be wise to listen to Peres.
Why we need to stop limiting the broadcast media during election campaigns and instead allow these outlets to function with the same freedom enjoyed by the print and Internet media.
There is no fine or vague line between terror and expressing an opinion that opposes the occupation or identifies with the Palestinians; the gap between the two is wide and deep.
Fischer is willing to offer solutions to the government even when political constraints don't allow for optimal solutions.