Supporters of Israel’s state rabbinate claim it protects the unity of the Jewish people. In fact, the rabbinate is engaged in a fanatic, unstinting quest to divide Jew from Jew.
Citizenship here is reminiscent of South Africa's in the past: Jews are 'white' citizens, Arabs in Israel have 'colored' (in other words, partial) citizenship; and Palestinians in the territories have 'black' citizenship, without political rights.
There are no grounds to expect that more desirably worded news reports would improve Israel’s standing in the world.
Social-democratic Sweden has turned the establishment of a Palestinian state into a flagship project of its foreign policy, and it will not rest until its vision takes flesh and bears its stamp.
For both moral and political reasons, we cannot be indifferent to the fate of our Palestinian neighbors in the Strip.
The leftist Vermont Senator is forfeiting his chance to influence the foreign policy agenda and to make Hillary Clinton less hawkish.
Criticizing 'hostile' and 'partial' international media coverage long ago became a replacement for actual policy. But Israel's accusations of malign intent are now losing all sense of proportion.