The mourners have all inhaled tear gas more often than the average Israeli drinks wine, and have spent more days under curfew than the average Israeli spends abroad.
It's better for Meretz voters to at least strengthen the Labor Party, which will definitely be a part of the coalition formed by Yair Lapid, if he wins the next election.
Nothing would be better for the pro-Israel cause than having a Keith Ellison at the DNC who is not Keith Ellison.
Santa said he'd bring my kid what he wants, the car mechanic said the heater was fixed and Israel's police said they'd check all possible causes of last week's fires. Who will keep their promise?
The transfer of responsibility to Orthodox entities is yet another stage in the government’s shirking of its obligation to implement the civil burial law.
Three years ago I visited my father’s town in the Sudetenland, and now I am in my mother’s town – and both arouse much greater emotion than the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron or the hills of Samaria.
The prime minister is carrying out policy that the vast majority of the people want. It’s pathetic to keep waiting for the next exposé by Raviv Drucker.
Ze'ev Degani, principal of Tel Aviv's Gymnasia Herzliya, may have intended to show the ministry and his pupils that he doesn’t yield to intimidation after officials appeal to him to cancel lecture.
Internal struggles among Iraqi and Syrian Kurds belie a widespread belief that they might cooperate – so far they can’t even determine common strategic goals,