The passage of the NGO Law that limits anti-occupation organizations is a glaring example of the way efforts to silence opposition to the occupation are undermining our entire democratic structure
The dynamic on the Israeli side is beginning to remind us of 2014, just before the Gaza conflict. Meanwhile, Eizenkot is caught in a battle between Bennett and Lieberman, and his brief honeymoon with the right is coming to an end
That Bennett wants to turn Israel into a state of the Jewish race is not new, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is lending a hand to this blatant racism in his panicked efforts to pass the law swiftly
Bennett: Compromise reached on contested clause, which now underscores importance of developing Jewish communities
The more one adds sources for a legal right, the less a law deriving from this right will be sturdy. But the bill’s framers are using religion to justify discrimination against non-Jews
In losing the bidding process, the Reform movement laments 'blatant discrimination against non-Orthodox Judaism and an egregious waste of public funds'
Military order 1797 is one more item in Israel's ‘toolbox’ to stop all Palestinian construction in the lion’s share of the West Bank
Naftali Bennett tells AJC conference that his main goal as diaspora affairs minister is 'saving the Jews' and warns of 'losing millions of Jews to assimilation'
Government will rebuild structures and compensate evacuated settlers ■ Thousands protest planned demolition, including justice and education ministers
A political party is revived and grassroots groups flourish as religious left-wingers seek more liberal alternatives on social issues including migrants, women’s rights and the Palestinian conflict