For all those who are ready to bury their heads in the sand for the next four years, perhaps a better plan of action is to bury your noses in a good read.
The new law plays into the hands of those who seek to destroy Israel and penalizes those who support its existence but oppose the occupation.
Bezalel Smotrich won’t comment, neither will government.
Frustrated by their failure to annex, right wingers exact a price tag from opponents of Jewish presence in the West Bank.
Justice Minister calls attorney Harel Arnon 'most suitable' person to defend outpost legalization law, even though the police have called for his indictment in another case.
It seems Benjamin Netanyahu understands that the annexation route is liable to drag Israel not just into a new reality, but a new perception of that reality – into the heart of a battle over civil rights.
Despite what the Zionist left might be saying, the settler enterprise is still alive and, well, flourishing. If only we could say the same about the left.
The crowning glory of the enterprise, that great startup for making Palestinians and their national aspirations disappear, is based on natural growth in two ultra-Orthodox cities.
This latest postponement wasn’t the first time the prime minister foiled discussion of the bill – the last time was on the eve of his meeting with President Donald Trump in February.
Catalyzed by 'illegal law' that 'legalizes embezzlement of Palestinian land,' pro-peace leftists want to boycott settlements, withhold taxes.