White males who lecture 'identity' groups won't address the crisis impacting their own. Academics must do some original thinking and not just pick up slogans from Fox News
Why Israelis are remaining silent about U.S. President Donald Trump's comments about 'many fine people' taking part in the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville
Such neglect for safety of construction workers by the government and employers is unacceptable. Out of 21 workers killed this year, 12 were Arab citizens of Israel
The first person in the world, outside of the U.S., expected to react to such events like those in Charlottesville is the prime minister of Israel – the state of the Jewish people. So where the Israeli government keeps quiet, we speak out
Instead of agreeing to pay these formerly ultra-Orthodox plaintiffs compensation for the state’s failure to education them, prosecutors are threatening their families
‘You’re suspected of stealing a motorcycle,’ one of the cops said as he beat me. I told him I owned the bike and I was the one who’d called the police, but he kept calling me ‘Mohammed” and two other cops started kicking me.
The IDF initially prevented a conscientious objector from taking a book about the atrocities of colonialism into military prison, but 'Exterminate All the Brutes' should be required reading for all draftees
Even for Israel, where Beyond Belief is another name for the place all of us live in all the time, there seems something impossible, something bordering on science fiction, about this country engaging in Nazi-washing
Since nothing else seems to be working, why not go for the strange? A cluster of imaginative, even jaw-dropping, proposals from private citizens for putting an end to the conflict
A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day in the sweltering summer heat. Who gets electricity and when?