It began in 1967 with the expulsion of hundreds of Arab Jerusalemites from the area of the Western Wall, and continues with a series of Jewish triumphalist projects seeking to blot out the presence of Arabs
Opinion Israelis Who Care About the Fate of Their Country Must Appeal to the International Community
We want to live here in peace alongside our Palestinian neighbors, to live and let them live, while our government has chosen the path of war.
Soldiers pay the direct price for Israel’s actions in the West Bank, and those who break the silence have more rights than we, the silent majority.
With much difficulty, I am asking my fellow citizens to lead the call for an international boycott, because otherwise our country will be lost forever.
We live in a society that cultivates the feeling, from kindergarten to old age, that every stranger is an enemy.
Millions living in this land’s Arab and Jewish cities and villages have nowhere to go - be it Hebron or Halhul, Haifa or Yokneam, Gaza or Tel Aviv, Khan Yunis or Nir Oz.
When laws are being legislated by a parliamentary majority whose express ideology is a system of injustice, these laws demand one response: Civil, nonviolent revolt.
Two highly political plays dealing with the national and personal struggles over real estate in Jerusalem and Hebron, leave the viewer with different feelings entirely.
What was the nature of the society that was able to perpetrate the heinous deeds of the Nazi period? German literature is still struggling to find an answer.
Ilana Hammerman responds to Eva Illouz's piece from January 4, 'Why the left is the right track for Israel.'