If reunions are like a juicy gossip column, Facebook is like a spoiler trailer that makes it unnecessary to attend the actual event.
All the fuss about the government seizing up while ministers hit the campaign trail is overwrought.
There is no reason a foreign worker who asks the Population Authority for the number of the account in which her money is deposited should be told the authority does not give account details to the workers.
Opinion Israelis Who Care About the Fate of Their Country Must Appeal to the International Community
We want to live here in peace alongside our Palestinian neighbors, to live and let them live, while our government has chosen the path of war.
How right-wingers in West wish they could shut their states to citizens of Muslim countries and suspect anyone who has an Arabic last name – like Israel is doing.
What 'communal consensus' does the JFNA reflect when it blocks donations to anti-occupation causes but welcomes 'pro-Israel' right-wingers who traffic in Islamophobic hate speech?
The prime minister is afraid of Geula Even − the wife of Gideon Sa’ar, who could one day challenge him to lead the Likud party. Bibi just can’t believe a journalist can be neutral.
I’d assumed that Oxford's dreaming spires would provide some kind of immunity from – or at least skepticism towards – the bigotries animated by Brexit and the rise of populism.
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The question Israeli leaders must ask themselves: When will Israeli tactical successes in Syria turn into a strategic risk?