How is it that as the Western democracies struggle to improve the war on fundamentalism, we bow our heads to it, bring it into the army, fund it and subsidize it?
The American kids were attentive and polite as Sayed Kashua spoke. The Israeli 'emissaries,' however, were a different story.
The Republican nominee’s race-based nationalism, his anti-Semitic innuendos, his position on Israel and his attacks on Muslims and immigrants are all deeply offensive. But that’s not what’s panicking most U.S. Jews.
The Orthodox religious establishment is incapable of changing at the same pace as the wider Israeli society on issues of women’s and gay rights.
Haaretz's editors don't agree with Shaked politically, but is her human dignity to be smeared in an unrestrained attempt to humiliate her?
Haaretz publisher Amos Schocken responds to critics who took the newspaper to task for editorial blasting an art school for censoring a nude painting of an Israeli minister.
Accusing Darwish of incitement to terror is grotesque and it is the new commissars of Israeli culture who are the ones doing most of the damage to Israel.
Visit legitimizes Israel's 'refusal strategy' on Palestinian issue, party argues, after rare visit by delegation headed by former high-ranking officer in Saudi military.
U.S. Election 2016
Clinton and Kaine debut as the Democratic ticket at a campaign rally in Florida; 'isn't America great already?' Kaine says.