The senator from Vermont proudly calls himself a 'democratic socialist,' while Israel’s Labor leader assails his party rivals as 'radical leftists' and 'anarchists.'
The State of Israel was never a state of law - Law with a capital 'L,' the backbone of every democracy, but rather a state in which 'someday there will be law.'
After the failure of talks with the PM, Herzog is in too miserable a state to represent anyone who wants to oust Netanyahu.
It's time to dispel the hypothesis: The conflict will not necessarily end with a decision between the one-state or two-state solutions. As thing look now, indecision will shape a third, violent, solution.
The savage beating of a 19-year-old Bedouin man by police officers on Sunday made me recall my own ordeal at the hands of the police, over 20 years ago.
The government may be taking a further step rightward, but the involvement of the Labor party in the coalition wouldn't have aided the country diplomatically.
How awful that we, the Arabs, are only shown the face of big, bad 'Yvet' though many insist that the responsible Lieberman is in there too.
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