President of Shenkar and former education minister responds to Haaretz editorial calling for her resignation after she 'censored' a student's nude paining of Ayelet Shaked.
Perhaps the end of the war didn’t mark a new and peaceful era, only an intermission that wasn’t used to address the right causes.
Avigdor Lieberman's plan appears straightforward: territory for Palestine in exchange for territory for Israel. But it would delegitimize Israel as a democratic state and turn its Arabs into little more than a bargaining chip.
Unlike the American document of great vision and farsightedness, the Israeli bill is petty and political, and serves the interests of the moment.
Criticism of Israel and especially the IDF are treated as expressions of anti-Zionism, when in fact they are the ultimate expressions of responsibility and belonging.
With Washington paralyzed by partisan bickering, an American think tank has issued a report endorsing a system of government that looks suspiciously like Israel’s.
Former president, who thought he could evade the public eye, will be forced to say his piece.
One-third of the students are under the poverty line. They need additional support − personal, educational and nutritional.
The state has the money to finance parents' school fees, but it choses to direct it not to educational goals, but rather to making things better for the upper deciles.
If the proposed legislation "Distributing the State's Shares of Bank Leumi to the Public, 2005" is approved by the Knesset Finance Committee tomorrow, the citizens of Israel will find themselves naked and exposed to an intrusive and unbridled government.