Several people who expressed joy at deaths of IDF soldiers or spoke harshly against the Gaza war have been fired due to efforts of online groups.
Or Kashti is the education analyst for Haaretz Newspaper.
At the beginning of the week, the High Court of Justice rejected a petition to obligate the state to provide immediate protective solutions for about 100,000 Bedouin.
Counterdemonstrators in support of the Gaza war are getting out of hand. It's not just a question of freedom of expression.
Doctor, nurse and two municipal employees fired or suspended; Lod worker expresses joy over death of 13 soldiers.
'The only thing that deters a suicide bomber is the knowledge that if he pulls the trigger or blows himself up, his sister will be raped,' says Bar-Ilan University professor.
A racist cancer infects tens of thousands of young people who learn in schools that it is possible - and maybe even necessary - to wipe out the other.
Rabbi Noam Perel, secretary-general of world youth movement since 2012, urges government to turn IDF into an army of avengers, 'which will not stop at 300 Philistine foreskins.'
Requirements in the new special ed medical services tender are lower than that for regular students, with lower wages for nurses and larger patient loads for doctors.
Lori Shem-Tov was arrested, questioned and released with conditions for publishing personal financial information about Welfare Ministry director-general Yossi Silman.
Entry exams for two prestigious schools dropped after numerous complaints about merit of testing 5 year olds.