Most Israelis think Israel doesn’t need 'peace'; it has high-tech, it has an army, a state; at the airport there are long lines, the cafes and restaurants are full. True, from time to time sons are sacrificed, but the numbers are negligible.
We are registered as Jews in the population registry but as Israelis in our passports; the court apparently wants to keep this duality intact.
Even today, Israel's lethal blend of arrogance and chauvinism is dictating its conduct in Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
Generations of Israelis are not capable of imagining what it’s like to live in peace, which is why negotiations are probably going nowhere.
After millions have been spilled on bypass roads for the settlers’ convenience, the government is now readying to lay a track for every settler.
The time has come to remove marijuana from the category of illegal drugs and recognize that it has the ability to make our lives easier, particularly in the tense and fearful place we live.
There is one bureaucrat for every citizen in Israel, but in too many cases applicants don’t get the treatment they deserve. At the Interior Ministry ... it’s systematic. It’s no to asylum on humanitarian grounds, no to resident status on humanitarian grounds.
Culture Minister Limor Livnat insists that filmmakers should censor themselves in order to protect Israel. What she fails to grasp is that she isn't living in reality.
Don't get your hopes up: Yair Lapid will likely be the fig leaf in the next Knesset
Will feminist organizations support Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu if, out of cynical motives, he announces he plans to appoint a female minister of women's rights to the Prime Minister's Office?