The right was always more successful at forging links with the people, mainly through incitement; it's a trait shared by prime ministers from Menachem Begin through to Netanyahu
This Passover, like every other one since 1967, Israel will be full of hollow words.
The post-politics of the 21st century is characterized by wholesale claims of victimhood. Such is the map of the Western right.
The first villainous character whom Americans learned to admire was J.R. from the TV show 'Dallas.' He was Trump’s father, Yankee Doodle as the lord and master.
Although she wanted to be remembered as a 'hard woman,' Galia Yahav was also a good-hearted woman who was passionate about art.
Uri Avnery always saw himself as a foreign minister without a government, not a political activist. His memoir is a type of consolation for his political isolation.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent actions have brought to an end 50 years of Israeli deception about the temporariness of the settlement enterprise.
Our state does not need teachers. It needs agents, and on the cheap. You too, children, will become agents.
A new phenomenon has surfaced, and it's not only wild animals who are facing extinction. It's also thought, dialectics and literature.
The country's sad state of affairs tends to entrench 'the people' in racist and nationalist clichés. Thus, under Netanyahu’s watch, the volk came to power.