There is nothing that serves the Israeli regime better than divisiveness. Anything that brings this about (texts, ideas, protests, arrogance) is a reward for the rulers
There is a clear connection between the disaster at a nature reserve in southern Israel, the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and our political leaders' self-proclaimed love of this land
Daniel Ben Simon's autobiography is best when he's not writing about 'the Moroccans,' but focuses on himself – the immigrant boy in a strange new land.
Director Nadav Lapid protests against the practical consciousness, primarily American in character, that dominates Israeli society.
Those who do not know how to make peace, those who cannot imagine taking risks to create a new reality, cannot create a new reality by means of war either.
The political right in Israel lacks the ability to let things go. It burrows deeper and deeper into what will, in any event, happen.
Reform Jews do not follow all the tenets of Judaism, which makes their practice a separate religion. That doesn't mean, however, that they don't deserve equality under the law.