It seems the government has made up its mind to remove from its path not only its political opponents, but also the restraints of the rule of law, and with them the principles of justice, fairness and human dignity.
B’Tselem is telling Israelis that the exception they have enjoyed from moral judgment is over and they must recognize that they have built and solidified an entire system of values and laws that is fundamentally a self-delusion.
Startup Nation continued to float high even though the flow of money into global high tech slowed, in part thanks to cyber-crime. But the party is ending.
Lately, I’ve been wondering: Where have all the indifferent Jews like me gone?
Netanyahu is angling for a more pliable press but his efforts haven’t gotten very far. The real problem is the assault on media outlets by the internet giants.
Jake Tapper was right. It’s got nothing to do with Israel. But it doesn’t have much to do with “social welfare” either.
It would be a good thing if instead of panicking and strangling any attempt to present the Palestinian narrative, the Jewish audience were to learn something about the world and the desires of the men and women who live alongside it.
With Mohammed Dahlan threatening him from one side and Avigdor Lieberman from the other, the Palestinian president’s position looked especially shaky this week.
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