The cost of the Tel Aviv light rail could rise by as much as an additional 2 billion shekels, and might not be finished until 2023.
Minister Uri Ariel lives in a parallel State of Israel, where he is permitted to give a visiting Russian prime minister any gift he chooses, without considering the cost, sensitivity or even the question of whether it’s his to give.
The prime minister and members of his cabinet have been quick to point to Arabs as the arsonists behind the fires that raged across Israel last week, risking far more dangerous blazes that no supertanker can extinguish.
Mendelblit had better raise his eyes from the page in front of him. Israeli society is losing confidence in political leaders as well as senior officials such as himself.
While Israel burns, Netanyahu sets his lawyers' legal sights on the Facebook of an unemployed man of 56 named Yoav Salem.
Given Avichai Mendelblit's treatment of Netanyahu, the public is liable to conclude that he is tainted by the same sort of conflict of interest he seems averse to investigating in the submarine affair.
The IDF should follow in the footsteps of the world’s most advanced armies, and not capitulate to zealotry and ignorance.
By putting the brakes on a bill seeking to silence mosques, ultra-Orthodox Minister Yaakov Litzman created the impression he sought solidarity with Muslim worshippers. On Sunday, he proved just how mistaken that impression was.
Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit, who promised to investigate public figures promptly, must accelerate his inquiry into the submarine affair and all the other affairs involving Netanyahu.
The attorney general and justice minister's efforts to retroactively legalize illegal settlements are intended to legitimize not only the outposts, but the apartheid rule in the territories.