As a Mizrahi, traditional leader from the periphery who is true to his roots and seeks peace, he has the greatest potential in the leftist camp to defuse Israel's divisions
Merav Alush Levron
The present government may be deepening the alienation between Jewish and Arab citizens, and Jewish-Arab coexistence may be in deep crisis, but let’s not make light of steps that have been taken to correct the injustice.
The Labor Party should be pressing itself on what its political message is, how it distinguishes itself from Yesh Atid and Likud.
At the recent Haaretz Culture Conference the audience was upset — but it's not Minister Miri Regev who is the real source of their fears.
We’re surrounded by politicians spouting empty slogans about governance, corruption and the high cost of living. It’s time they fleshed out this ghost content.
The State of Israel cannot ignore the 1.7 million citizens living in poverty forever; one day they will rise up and give vent to their fury.
The left's uncompromising grip on the 'liberal secular truth' denies other outlooks that have the right to exist in a common democratic arena.
A change in the areas of jurisdiction would entail an original political creation, bringing about radical societal change and resolving lingering social tensions.