Until we recognize that the Israeli-Arab conflict is a religious war and not a territorial battle, we will never find a solution.
The billions they cost could have been used to resettle Palestinian refugees or to feed the starving in Africa. The time has come to end this farce.
Our political goal should not be 'the resolution of the conflict,' but rather finding the formulas that will enable us to live — and if possible, to live well.
As Benjamin Netanyahu mulls a new 'diplomatic process,’ Hamas comes out the victor. Hezbollah is watching and learning.
Civil Administration officials have known how to conduct their own policy in recent years, and the government is hard-pressed to cope with them.
By claiming Palestinian anti-Semitism revealed in recent survey is due to Israeli maltreatment, Haaretz is ignoring a history of Jew hatred spanning 3,500 years before 'occupation.'
It’s easy for cynics to sneer about Israel’s independence, but it becomes easier to appreciate when you consider the bigger historical picture.
Habayit Hayehudi is content to play word games while the government in which it sits prepares to adopt Kerry’s disastrous plan for an independent Palestinian state.
Classified report on Waqf's transgressions means Israel has no control over Judaism's holiest site.
The Israeli government must treat the Bedouin the same way neighboring countries do, which means not rewarding land thievery.
There is no dangerous threat in the right’s recent attacks on the prime minister and justice minister - just a spineless shirking of responsibility.
Prominent leftists in the country are gladly joining the Arab effort to boycott products from Judea and Samaria, but for naught.
The Iranian threat is the only thing that could make Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu say no to keeping the West Bank. Let’s hope he regains his senses.
The establishment of the 'first legal community' in Samaria in 20 years is a clever ploy to sedate his right-wing coalition partners while he makes concessions for nothing in return.
The conflict is a clash of ideologies, and such a conflict can’t be solved by drawing lines on a map.
A member of Fatah’s central committee described the bombing that is so deeply etched in my memory as ‘a wonderful, high-quality operation, using a refrigerator, which caused the enemy sleepless nights.’
Rafi Rotem, a senior investigator at the Tax Authority, exposed serious corruption and was fired. He’s still harassed by the police.
Lieberman's has long abandnoned his refusal to establish a Palestinian state west of the Jordan River. He is ready to give up even his own house in the West Bank settlement of Nokdim, he once announced.
The Jordanians and Palestinians are repeatedly declaring groundless rights to land and sites in the region.
We now need a commission of inquiry headed by a judge to clear up all the facts. If such a committee finds that the Omer 2 experiment was justified and vital, and was conducted properly, then those who ran the experiments will have their names cleared.