Tiran stressed that the political situation isn’t the main reason for his leaving the country, and that he doesn’t see himself as a 'political exile.' He says: 'If we want to preach for a certain kind of political discussion that isn’t violent, we must strengthen these voices, even if it’s difficult'
What a beautiful dream, and not even an exaggerated one, however there is no such thing as 'just Netanyahu,' because even if he were to get a sweeping majority in the next elections, he comes as a package deal
In 2000, there were fewer than 200,000 settlers living in the West Bank, excluding East Jerusalem, according to B’Tselem. Now the number is closer to 400,000
I was 17 years old when I met Avnery, and left there like someone who had visited an enemy country, but the meeting became deeply etched in my consciousness
'Zionists … clearly have two problems,' the embattled Labour leader said in 2013
His name is Mickey Gitzin and from the way Netanyahu has gone after him, you’d think he was the devil incarnate
Would Livni and Gabbay agree to change the national anthem or the flag in the name of equality?
Designed in 1924, the house in Rehavia belonged to two prominent figures during the British Mandate
All the new nation-state law does is provide a stamp of approval to the customary practice of removing Arabs from places of Jewish habitation and the creation of 'Arab-rein' spaces
If the national clauses are unnecessary because they are mentioned in the declaration, why is the absence of 'equality,' which is also mentioned in it, a red line?