We learned from the Elor Azaria case that only after we get rid of the occupation will we be able to devote our intellectual and social resources to healing the great schism in the nation.
Relatively few Arabs remained within Israel’s post-1948 borders, but the fact that no Jews remained in the territories conquered by the Arabs has been forgotten.
Settlers are trying to conceal the differences between them and us Israelis to eradicate the 1967 border and have Israel annex all the occupied territories.
A familiar historical outcry about slain Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin arises from the pages of this excellent book: If only he had gone all the way with peace.
Despair paralyzes the struggle against the occupation, so both Israelis and Palestinians should come back, establish new forces and achieve the two-state solution.
If the young Knesset members of the Zionist Union will arise and form a new party, there could yet be hope.
David Landau's biography of Ariel Sharon is essential reading for anyone who wants to get to know the man who believed it was his destiny to save the Jewish people.
We are witnessing a mutation of Judaism, a new Judaism – fanatic, violent and now murderous as well. It is liable to bury the state, just as it buried the Second Temple.
The main thing is to create the impression that a whole side of the political spectrum is uniting. Just take it from Ariel Sharon.
The combination would be worth far more than the sum of its parts. Together, this bloc could unseat Netanyahu and form the next government.