The Israeli defense minister's comments about the inevitability of another war with Hamas, one that would ultimately spell its demise, may perforce influence the behavior of those subordinate to him and other senior policy makers.
Likud has been in power for decades, but instead of bridging gaps, the party's politicians prefer to perpetuate racial hatred and undermine the fragile social fabric.
The audience at cultural events proves it: It’s the religious Zionists who care about Israel’s forefathers, not the readers of our tendentious academics and columnists.
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon should stop blaming the central bank and release land for development.
Even if Palestinians were throwing rocks as the IDF claims, it was unlawful for the IDF soldiers to open fire on a passing vehicle.
The moderate left and right must work together, seek peace and stop bashing Benjamin Netanyahu, however paltry his emotional intelligence.
If you want a Jewish, democratic, and secure Israel, start pressing the next President, and the U.S. Jewish community, to prioritize the two state solution.
Israeli Opposition Leader Isaac Herzog says he doesn't deserve to be disparaged by Haaretz columnist Sayed Kashua.
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