Unlike the prime minister, the rights groups he seeks to silence are fulfilling Zionism's precepts heroically
Despite continually seeking 'tests' for the Palestinians, without which Israel cannot conduct peace talks with them, the one who has consistently failed the test of peace is Netanyahu himself.
It’s not hard to guess what would have happened to people attacking civilians and soldiers with stones and clubs had they been Arabs rather than Jews
Israel, which was established by refugees, must fulfill its responsibility and maintain an efficient and serious asylum system
Ruling constitutes a compromise between secular Tel Aviv residents, for whom shopping on Shabbat has become part of their lives, and merchants who don't open on Shabbat and want to prevent competition from those who do
If this proposal for Haredim is indeed approved, the heads of the universities and colleges, the academic faculty and the student population must unite to battle the undermining of academia’s foundations
Just as a state cannot force its citizens who believe in the laws of kashrut to eat chametz on Passover, it must not interfere with the plates and stomachs of citizens who are not religiously observant.
Twenty-one years after the Knesset passed a law guaranteeing a civil burial for any citizen who wished to have one, this elementary right is far from being applied
Cabinet and Knesset members must oppose the trend toward expanding the jurisdiction of Jewish law
No less outrageous than White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s remarks about Hitler was the Israeli government’s failure to condemn them, out of a cold political calculus