Far from being a politician with no vision or plan, Benjamin Netanyahu is in dialogue with history. His ideology was inherited from his father, but it harkens back to 15th-century messianic writings.
After six constitution-less decades, the real question facing Israel is not 'What would a constitution contain?' but 'How is it possible to draft one?'
An investigation into a mysterious signature, possibly the Bards, in a 16th-century book by the physician and jurist Cornelius Agrippa, which found its way to the National Library in Israel.