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 plea deal by a retired general shows that the Israeli army won’t fight for the accuser, who’s already subject to the patriarchal thinking that created the army in the first place.
How much longer will senior officers have the strength to fight their rearguard action over the nature of the people’s army?
Figures show that Israel’s gap in math-test scores between students from richer areas and those from poorer areas is the third largest among the countries surveyed, preceded only by Turkey and Qatar.
Crushed between rising extremes, the establishment's wish to stay liberal but support Netanyahu is no longer sustainable.
Populism, anti-immigration sentiments and an 'old' establishment that objects to change comprises the poisonous potion that Italy is about to swallow.
Lawyers blast 'witch hunt' against the prime minister's wife after Channel 2 broadcasts alleged transcripts in questioning over misuse of public funds.
U.S. Election 2016
Donald Trump's pick of banker-cum-Hollywood financier Steven Mnuchin begs the question: What's in his name?