Any change that has occurred, whether in the direction of the right or the left, has always come from within
King Salman and Netanyahu have eagerly backed Trump's tour mantra: Iran, Iran, Iran. But targeting Tehran will inflame sectarianism and weaken the war against ISIS
If the Israeli government truly seeks peace as it claims, it must use this opportunity to bravely pave a path to a diplomatic solution with the Palestinians.
Some ethical dilemmas that arise from living in this land
The shameful display of Trump and his Islamophobic advisors chumming it up with the world’s most politically regressive Muslim nation shows U.S. Muslims just don't matter to the so-called Muslim world
Today’s Barak understands what Prime Minister Barak didn’t want to know: Nurturing the settlements leads to nothing but devastation. He’s capable of beating the ultranationalist right in a way Shimon Peres never could
On the red carpet at Cannes, Israel’s culture minister Miri Regev shoved Israel’s ownership of Jerusalem up the noses of the cultural elites of Europe and Israel
Three ways for the U.S. president to make a difference during his Israel visit, starting with a push back against both those who deny the Western Wall's Jewish connection, and those who deny non-Orthodox Jews' place there.
Letters to the Editor Haaretz Reported on Abuse of Gay Men in Chechnya. Russia Was Not Pleased and Wrote Us Back
The press attaché to the Russian embassy in Israel responds to recent reports: 'The Russian system of government is of a democratic nature and we call to rely on objective and reliable data – and not on rumors and speculation'
Trump is the most 'Israeli' U.S. president in history, but not in a good way
In the U.S. president’s detailed taxonomy of good and evil, one actor is conspicuously missing. It is the link that dare not speak its name, the motherland of Sergey and Sergey and Vladimir Vladimirovich