Both Ahed Tamimi and Yifat Alkobi were questioned for slapping a soldier in the West Bank, but little else about their cases are similar — simply because one is Jewish, the other Palestinian
The justice minister refuses to accept the fact that in the business sector, as in the public sector, it is human beings who are working there
Netanyahu says his opponents cannot present an alternative to his policies. But he cries 'conspiracy' to distract attention from the fact that he has no policy
Netanyahu is a great speaker and Trump has a hard time putting together a coherent sentence, but both share an inability to deliver. They are dying to expel, annex, throw out and destroy – but they can’t.
The Diaspora Affairs Ministry’s bid to collect information on all Jewish college students in the United States was a form of outreach worthy of a cellphone company
It’s not about observance, it’s about nationalism – and sanctifying the Israeli army
Ayelet Shaked is a passionate devotee of free market economics, except for when it comes to the territories
The black screen that was stretched across Balfour Street to separate Women Wage Peace from the prime minister’s Jerusalem home last week is a fitting metaphor for Netanyahu’s interminable premiership.
When I worked at a bookstore chain in Israel for minimum wage, the really annoying thing was the food break. Rather, the absence of one.
We've all been drafted for life, and only death will release us from the ranks. You’re here for us, not the other way around.
Just like the jar of oil that lasted for eight days, the weak and crumbling power of the left wing is all it takes to paralyze Netanyahu’s government.
Palestinian water shortage? Gaza blockade? Anti-Semitic preaching, says minister.
The statements of today's Likud-Beiteinu electoral candidates are not so different from those that got the rightist banned from the Knesset 25 years ago.