As long as IDC was a college, it was possible to bear the hollow elitism of those who study there and those who run it. But now that it’s become a university, there’s no longer any need to pretend it’s about solidarity and equality
In the next elections, we'll have to put our ideas of open-mindedness and pluralism on hold and fight to stop the planned assassination of democracy
She offered cheap politics – emotions, not principles, intended to charm and flatter ('You guys are amazing') – and the audience reacted accordingly
Where did our national pride go? For it’s clear that every Israeli sees Jerusalem as his capital and most Israelis can’t understand the rejoicing over a declaration of the obvious
The coalition partners know that asylum seekers can’t be deported before their applications are examined, so they can only rant and fan hatred
Sheldon Adelson’s newspaper Israel Hayom denigrates Zionism by expecting an Arab woman to be a Zionist. It invests money in witch hunts to pave its way into the hearts of the masses
It’s not the occupation that’s keeping me and my friends awake at night, but thoughts about your families who turned us into slaves
How is it that our bravest generals, who are organizing the late prime minister’s memorial event, are afraid to write ‘peace’ on the invitation?
Israel's political fate is in Yair Lapid and his party's hands, which with tragic irony is called 'Yesh Atid' – 'There’s a future'
Education Minister Naftali Bennett crowed this week about the wonderful opportunities Israel’s children have. In fact, it's not a matter of choice at all.
Israel gives a leg up to those who are already ahead, and doesn’t let its disadvantaged citizens even dream of upward mobility
Anyone who will do anything so that we don’t live by the sword forever, anyone acting to repair the injustices that were done here, must join the left
Let’s see the justice minister, the education minister and the deputy foreign minister execute terrorists, let’s see Netanyahu's pet minister expel Arabs in a third Nakba
Country's right-wing rulers know the gay community is right in the dispute over adoption, and they know they can't afford to alienate their great propaganda asset
Like brothers in arms, the online trolls assaulted 'radical feminism' - that is, a woman’s basic right to live in safety. The force of their animosity was frightening
In Israel, one out of every seven women in Israel is raped during her life and one out of every six is a victim of incest - something must be done
With all due desire to treat Olmert like any other prisoner, it’s clear to everyone that he is not
Israel's right-wing leadership has run out of answers, and the effective way to avoid seeking them is to uproot the questions
While the Israeli government's attempts to help women in prostitution are laudable, we must also target the men who see it as socially acceptable to pay for sex
Why shouldn’t the hate they disseminate pursue them as well, so that at every job interview or date this becomes the first content that comes up on a Google search?
When prominent leftists say, 'Let’s show them we're Jews and Zionists,' I want to scream: Look how well the suppression is working!
Half an hour before the state-run TV station’s flagship program is aired, 49 years after it debuted, its staff gets half an hour to say goodbye, half an hour to find the words
It will take years to recover from the divisive and destructive right-wing rule that has made Israelis hate each other
A runoff election in Israel would reduce the scope for backroom deals and force the heads of the two biggest parties to win over the entire electorate.
The culture minister wants us Mizrahim to charm the Ashkenazim into recognizing us. But I don't need their approval of my Israeliness - nor Regev's approval of my Mizrahiness
The same world that ignored the Holocaust and the slaughter in Rwanda has abandoned the murdered victims in Syria. Israel cannot stand idly by
When you talk about raising retirement age as a sort of mathematical exercise, then numerous people, human victims, can slip through the cracks.
How long will the discourse use tools that most people, Ashkenazi and Mizrahi, can’t understand?