If Israel was America, protesters would await Netanyahu at the airport holding signs with the letters BLM inscribed on them: Bedouin Lives Matter.
After pushing so hard for a values-based, 'unbreakable' U.S.-Israel bond, the Jewish community now faces the aftermath of its pyrrhic victory: two leaders overtly hostile to democratic norms.
In view of the incitement and lies these two spread immediately after the events in the Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran, whose houses were all destroyed, they can no longer remain in office.
How about the ceiling put in place by the Haaretz writer who insists that anyone who doesn’t live according to her worldview is challenged.
There's nothing more Israeli than this court that gives a soldier, who killed a Palestinian in cold blood, a sentence fit for a bicycle thief.
His admiration for ‘Judeo-Christian values’ might differentiate Trump’s chief strategist from traditional European far right anti-Semitism, but stereotypes of Jews are still crucial to the global nationalist populism he champions.
Israeli shares haven’t exactly boomed since Election Day, but they should have, since paranoia and defense spending are on the rise, and Lethal Toys R Us. So what’s an investor to do?
Be appalled by Trump’s stalling over denouncing anti-Semitism. But the president didn’t invent Jew hatred in America, and trying to pin the 'anti-Semite' label on him won’t work.
Relatively few Arabs remained within Israel’s post-1948 borders, but the fact that no Jews remained in the territories conquered by the Arabs has been forgotten.
The owners have overcome conflict and an Israeli-Egyptian blockade to build the Capital Mall. Now, they just have to find enough free-spending customers to keep the place afloat.