Netanyahu hasn’t done anything for a decade to change the awful strategic balance that has emerged between us and Gaza
Anyone who's holding out hope that Kahol Lavan will effect a revolution in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process can forget it. Just ask former U.S. Secretary of State Kerry
It’s hard to think of a point in time in our history – perhaps during the Ben-Gurion era – when the decision-making process was so concentrated in the hands of one person
Labor's Gabbay refuses to look reality in the eye, and is willing to burn down the house with all its inhabitants
Our electoral system encourages such warped politics - you can gain power even when 52 percent of the public doesn’t want you to be the next prime minister
He has a resumé, vague viewpoints, he looks great, really believes in reconciliation and unity, and, no less important, he’s brand new
Benjamin Netanyahu is focusing his efforts on an attempt to vilify Yair Lapid. I have a lot of criticism for Lapid, but I have never found a fault in his incorruptibility
Cohen has a knack for being near the cameras during official ceremonies and his relationship with journalists is much closer than what was customary in the past, signs pointing toward a possible future in politics
When it comes to the international tests, Israel is very far from being in the top 10, as the prime minister promised a decade ago; it’s usually near the bottom of the list
Anyone who was involved in barring Gazan cancer patients from entering Israel for treatment have acquired a special place in hell
We treat Abbas, who for 14 years has been making major efforts to prevent terrorism, with disdain and even contempt. Yet Hamas leaders Yahya Sinwar and Saleh al-Arouri, who have Israeli blood on their hands, win our respect
JNF's giant delegation to the March of the Living event in Auschwitz somehow evaded the public radar. The waste, the corruption and the hedonism continue to be part of the organization’s DNA
After Israel kept the bombing under wraps for a decade, the sudden disclosure leaves the bitter taste of ulterior motives
In any scenario, elections are not far off and their situation is very bad
Without doing anything exceptional, the next prime minister should enjoy a wave of support just because he isn’t Netanyahu
It’s hard to begin to explain how crazy and shocking Netanyahu's remarks were
Amos Yadlin says Trump's speech will help make the Palestinians compromise – a notion out of the playbook of December 1987
Israeli Defense Minister Lieberman's contempt for Mahmoud Abbas serves interests of the former Gazan 'strongman' who, backed by major Arab money, is trying to inherit the Palestinian Authority
The disturbing riddle is how someone like Harow, who is genuinely far removed from any criminal thinking, got into so much trouble?
Avichai Mendelblit acts as if he’s fending for Netanyahu both in the offices of criminal investigation and on the street outside the PM’s Residence
As before the 2014 Gaza war, officials know there’s no follow-up after the 'guidance' the prime minister gives, so nothing ever happens. Hopefully reports by the state comptroller will make him more effective.
A year ago Benjamin Netanyahu received from then-U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry the most perfect expression of the two-state solution. Clearly the premier was not serious in his intentions.
Are there no reporters from the right who have anything to say about a prime minister who gets hundreds of thousands of shekels in benefits from tycoons?