It’s impossible not to draw parallels between the U.S. elections and the repeated defeats the left has suffered in Israel.
The Knesset should consider a law barring the demolition of homes occupied by families for many years and requiring compensation.
To portray construction in the settlements as an exclusive deal between Israel and the American government is misleading and dangerous.
There's a reason tycoons are lousy politicians - CEOs don't get reelected every four years, or get fired for their views on abortion.
The most total victory I could ever possess over Nazis like Richard Spencer is to be able to ignore them entirely. But these days that's less and less of an option.
The trial of Border Policeman Ben Dery has dragged on for more than two years. A visit to the courtroom shows the wheels of justice turning very strangely indeed.
Yakub Abu al-Kiyan is called a murderer, while the police officers who shot him are only said to have killed. At worst, they caused an Arab’s death.
Israel must insist, from both Moscow and Washington, that any future agreement on Syria include the removal of all foreign forces.
Slaps were the first method that N. listed. He said the force used is moderate, but the goal is to hurt sensitive organs like the nose, ears, brow and lips.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer also suggests that Trump already has told Defense Secretary James Mattis to review how he might change the U.S. approach to fighting the Islamic State.