Sports stars who are admired by millions can influence and shock public opinion far more effectively than politicians, academics and intellectuals
Opinion Netanyahu’s Virtual Reality Provides Consistent Alibis for Policy Failures and Personal Failings
All-encompassing conspiracy theories combat awareness that something is rotten in Bibi’s Kingdom
Hollywood has a responsibility to set the right example. But it isn’t the venue for determining guilt or innocence.
Internal data show that the number of Israeli students completing a degree in computer science at all the universities combined stands at 900 per year. This is a painfully small number
Except for the U.S., the entire Western world got rid of the death penalty 20 years ago, but the justice and education ministers are desperate to bring it to Israel
My 15-year-old adopted son asked me why we couldn't adopt a girl from Israel into the family. Because Dad is unfit, I answered
What Netanyahu and the right fear from the UN agency’s decision on Hebron is not anti-Semitism, but the strengthening of the international recognition of Palestine as a state
It recognized ancient Hebron (Al-Khalil) as a world heritage site holy to three faiths, and located in Palestine. Period.
The Knesset is telling the Arab community that their language’s standing is in jeopardy, so they should be careful not to make any unexpected moves
A Knesset committee has approved for its final votes a benighted bill aimed at granting the government control over the content the public can be exposed to online