Bibi is playing the victim, and we're consoling him for robbing us
Those who enter the gates of the Ofer military court aren’t certain to find their way out again – and not necessarily because they’re guilty
Opinion Why Did Three Decent Israeli Supreme Court Justices Sign Off on Sniper Fire on Gaza Protesters?
And what I would have done in their place
Do us a favor, Grossman, and don’t accept the Israel Prize from those people
How I almost won the fight on the Israeli bureaucracy of torture
An activist and a judge are trying to prevent 12 tons of ammonia from washing over Haifa. Their efforts may not be enough.
How will Avigdor Lieberman get the Arabs out of his country by trains? Obergruppenführer Hans Frank could teach him a thing or two.
A day in court with two nonagenarian sisters, refugees from the Holocaust and constant companions, who seek the unprecedented status so that the one who lives longer can inherit the other's old-age allowance.
The trial of Elor Azaria is teaching us the meaning of 'neutralized.'
I get nostalgic thinking about the hackneyed, elaborate schemes into which Israeli intelligence agents — frustrated theater majors, apparently — poured their creative talent.
Once there was a High Court, where one could take a tortured soul and hear a few comforting words – words like 'proportionality' and 'morality of war.'