Most Israelis, along with their prime minister, are beginning to understand that the crisis with Russia is not a passing matter. But they haven't figured out what the core issue is
The left must begin preparing for life in a new political reality, with Israeli citizens and Palestinian subjects in one apartheid state
As long as the political-messianic instinct dwells in the Israeli political consciousness, don't expect reconciliation
Israel’s violation of both international law and the universal right to self-determination needs to be accompanied by real penalties from the international community
The Jews of the former Soviet Union grew up with a sense of alienation from their homeland, so they believe that Israel’s Arab citizens lack roots in Israel
Israel must emulate Herzl and Jabotinsky, who were willing to cede Jewish sovereignty over Jerusalem's Old City
Paradoxically, the anti-BDS bill could very well hasten the end of the repression and subjugation of the Palestinian people
NGOs' struggle against the occupation continues Zionism's path because it seeks legitimate borders for Israel and the political normalization of the Jewish people — à la Theodor Herzl 120 years ago
We must get the Israeli public to recognize this basic human truth: Occupation by a foreign government cannot be a substitute for sovereignty, just as slavery isn't freedom, war isn't peace and ignorance isn't strength
To the Kremlin, the U.S. bombing of an air base is simply a shift meant to mollify Trump’s (and Russia’s) numerous sworn enemies in America and Europe
Keeping the settlement blocs — as Herzog proposes — will prevent the establishment of a sustainable Palestinian state.
The boycott has been used throughout Jewish history as a rather effective action for internal correction of social faults.
Without the mirror that the Arab legislator puts in front of us, there’s no chance for the national rehabilitation that every occupying and dispossessing power needs.
The withdrawal of Russian forces from Syria allows Putin to confirm that old narrative of Russian 'peacemaking.'
It’s wrong to call Miri Regev a fighter for Israeli Jews with roots in Muslim countries. She's a spokeswoman for the colonialists who have controlled the Palestinian natives.
The messianic ideology on behalf of which Minister Miri Regev acts to oppress contemporary Israeli culture and art and to replace it with Jewish-settler culture, is now at the height of its power.
By obscuring the uniqueness of the Israeli colonialist regime, BDS is giving Israel an escape hatch; instead, boycott movement must focus on occupation and settlements, stop blurring lines between Israel and Territories.
Under the flag of Zionism, the captains of the occupation and settlement enterprise are marching Israel in great strides back to the pre-state and pre-Zionist age.
Amos Oz, who is so far distant in its ideological world view from Israel's nationalist right-wing, shares the same primeval fear of Arabs.
The message that the peace process must be based on Jewish consensus, while Arab voices are ignored, has been perfectly internalized since Rabin’s murder.
The primary consideration of the U.S. and the Western world does not seem to be the interests of Ukraine’s citizens, but rather their tireless effort to weaken Russia’s geopolitical status as a superpower.
Israel-hatred in our times - which spills over occasionally into anti-Semitism - points indirectly at a fundamental failure in the fulfillment of Zionism.
Reactions to Sayed Kashua’s recent column showed that many Israeli Jews insist on an interpretation that is the polar opposite of its explicit meaning.
Israelis do not remember that in the year of the expulsion, 1492, the country that opened its gates to the exiles from Spain - without constructing prison facilities for them - was Ottoman Turkey.
Jews leaving Israel and settling in Berlin symbolize, maybe more than anything, the historic victory of Herzl’s Zionism over Hitler’s Nazism.
Although people may try to deny it, there is a link between the Balfour Declaration and the fate of European Jews during World War II.
Let both Jewish Israelis and Palestinian-Arab Israelis launch a movement to fight for the definition of Israel as a state of both nationalities.