When people are hurting and resentful, logical and considered arguments do not capture hearts; simple stories do.
Instead of educating Labour members about the new anti-Semitism plaguing the party, the Chakrabarti Inquiry wrote it off as 'a series of unhappy incidents,' thus missing a major teachable moment.
The prime minister, whose fingers are always on the nation’s pulse, has erred in some recent assessments.
Why does a statesman who’s doing so well in the Middle East repeatedly fail in the North Atlantic region?
The prime minister of Israel lays down his vision, the real one, for the first time.
Formal equal rights aren't enough. Equality must be seen on the ground, but on social media we still get 'Go back to Ethiopia.'
Neglecting weak communities is a ticking bomb, which threatens not only the quality of human capital and Israel’s economic progress, but society’s stability and democracy.
Eyewitnesses say Arif Jaradat, 23, did not endanger anyone when he was shot by Israeli troops. Jaradat, loved by all the children in his village, died of his injuries last week.
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