The leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement, whose battle cry is 'Al-Aqsa is in danger,' is the one most responsible for the current spate of violence
Even more shameful than the attempt to discriminate against gay couples adopting is the willingness of Justice Ministry lawyers to defend it in the High Court
The lesson from the crisis: Israel needs Arab and Muslim allies, who are just as fearful of a conflagration that could set the streets in Arab nations on fire
Perhaps more appalling than the sight of the police pointing their rifles at worshippers and sneering is their vanishing humanity
When Netanyahu paints himself into the far corner of the tainted and the reproached, the responsibility of the opposition’s leaders is to see to a healthy relationship between a sane Israel and Europe and the United States
It's worth recalling that the status quo Netanyahu has sworn to uphold was destroyed from the first moment of the occupation – at 3 A.M. on June 11, 1967, after the conquest of East Jerusalem, the Mughrabi neighborhood's 135 homes were demolished
Israel's threatened its next war with the Iran-backed Shiite group will be the most destructive ever. But shattering Lebanon to defeat Hezbollah is a strategy that Israel's already tried - and it failed
My friends tell me I should be glad I'm not in back in Jerusalem, but is it just because they don't want to see me?
The startling disconnect between fanaticism, bloodshed and stunning technology exits can't persist forever.
The question of the relationship between state and religion in Tunisia, perhaps the only success story of the 2011 revolutions, has never been simple and is still a burning issue