The prime minister of any functioning country would have put Lieberman in his place facing his relentless cronyism. But not Netanyahu | Editorial
Under the camouflage of presumed concern for 40 buildings, the settlers have succeeded once again in making a mockery of Israel's government. What is surprising is that the public accepts this with indifference.
If the settlers had a state of their own in the West Bank, he might be suitable to serve as ambassador there.
The country that mobilized the world against Iran is capable of rousing world opinion again and absorbing thousands of Syrian refugees.
Israel cannot take in an unlimited number of asylum-seekers, but Israel can and must accept the 40,000 Africans living here today | Editorial
Israel's law enforcement system must not turn into a tool for imposing an anti-democratic approach.
Attempts to make women disappear from public spaces, or cover up when they enter them, must stop. | Editorial
Asked about Netanyahu's Election Day plea to his supporters to vote en masse because 'Arabs are flocking to the polls,' the coalition chairman responded with a new political doctrine. Now it's time for Netanyahu to clarify his own position.
Israel's education minister wants to establish a code of silence - a new system of political commissars whose goal will be to censor universities and colleges | Editorial.
Keeping his 2007 promise, Netanyahu nearly doubled the education budget. But Israeli students' low worldwide ranking shows money alone can't make the system succeed.