PM Netanyahu rejected the chance to begin the real rehabilitation of Gaza, allowing people to thrive instead of just survive. It wasn't even up for negotiation in the Israel: Turkey deal.
Whether it is the hijab or the kippah, or an over-accented pronunciation of English, in post-Brexit Britain suspicion has been cast against any identifiable ‘Other’.
Thursday’s Brexit is a victory for the Trumps, the Putins, the hard right over the moderate right, the radical over the liberal left, and marks the possible twilight of an ambitious project of civilization.
The country is more liberal and democratic than ever; cries of ‘Nazi Germany’ only isolate the left further and imply that decent people should turn their backs on Israel.
Unlike the British, Israel doesn’t need a referendum to declare its disengagement from Europe and the West. It's well on its way.
Cameron showed Netanyahu how a prime minister is supposed to act when he puts his prestige on the line over his platform’s key issue and is defeated.
A referendum based on the will of the people who choose to ignore their leader’s fear-mongering is something Israelis can only dream of.
Israeli Opposition Leader Isaac Herzog says he doesn't deserve to be disparaged by Haaretz columnist Sayed Kashua.
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