Best-selling Israeli author tells French weekly Le Point that he doesn't feel comfortable 'being an official representative of the Israeli government because I have an issue with its current policies'
An Israeli judge just passed the first ruling based on the nation-state law, daring to impose damages on a terror organization for injury to a Jew. Critics roiled, but a much more racist law was passed 24 years ago, by a left-wing coalition
The court explained its decision only on the basis of the victim’s Jewish identity. What would happen if an Arab Palestinian citizen of Israel were wounded in the same fashion?
A Jerusalem District Court ruled that Hamas must pay $1.5 million to a Jewish man injured in a terror attack in 1998
This country is so sunk in darkness that it has become a beacon for the world’s fascists. Fascist movements consider Israel a warm, loving home
Whereas belief in God is a private matter, the belief in a chosen people provides the outlines of policy that explains a great deal about Israel’s actions. When they say that they are the chosen people, it reveals their psychosis
Presenting Trump and Netanyahu as part of 'authoritarian axis' that includes Hungary's Orban and Russia's Putin, senator blasts both leaders for receiving Sheldon Adelson's support in op-ed for The Guardian
Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit promises to act against the law through diplomatic measures with member states ■ Arab League convenes to discuss U.S. decision to shutter Palestinian mission in Washington
Ayelet Shaked says court is now more representative of the population: more diverse, more conservative
With most signs and verbal announcements in Hebrew and English, a civil rights NGO is working to bring Arabic to Ben-Gurion Airport