Like all politicians, Miri Regev and Moshe Kahlon have to be judged by the issue. So while I support the call for distributive justice in culture, I strongly oppose the ‘culture-loyalty law’
The time has come to say it out loud: Zionism was born in justice but long ago achieved the main objective for which it arose. Now the time has come for a new and more relevant dream.
It seems like early elections are approaching. It also seems that, once again, the parties will ignore the intolerable inequality between Mizrahim and Ashkenazim
It's easy to cluck with disapproval at south Tel Aviv's Mizrahi population when hardly any of these self-righteous writers or spokespeople have ever even seen an asylum seeker
It must leave the stage, alone, unaided, erect and with chin up, and allow the new left, which is more varied and aggressive, the left that will redefine Zionism and its goals, to try its luck
We can't wait for the perfect politician who will speak and act precisely as we would like in all areas. In the push for cultural justice, Miri Regev is all there is
The Ashkenazi-Zionist propaganda machine strives to convince us that Arabs and Arab Jews are the barrier keeping us from progress and prosperity
The more you delve into Mizrahi Jewish history, the more you understand what a real alternative it is, one that could help to neutralize the Israeli fear machine
There's something defeatist in this obsessive inquisition into Netanyahu's lifestyle, ostentatious as it may be; it proves, yet again, that the Israeli left doesn't really have anything to offer its voters
Avi Gabbay’s election to lead the party is the end of the right wing's campaign of conquest. Now they have it all, and all to lose
When you silence the Arab voice, you are essentially providing the moral basis for silencing the Mizrahi, Ethiopian, Russian or ultra-Orthodox voices as well. It boomerangs.
Likud held a weekend bash on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. In a sense, that's a welcome change in the way an Israeli institution treats the Shoah.
They’re gleefully anticipating Netanyahu’s downfall, but have no alternative to offer Israelis.
Elor Azaria isn’t everyone’s child - he's child of the new Israeli right, and had he come from a good Ashkenazi family, the national debate would have been about the futile occupation and how it criminalized one of our finest.
The Zionist left thinks it's better to hand power over to the right rather than allow a Moroccan like Amir Peretz to win, because if he does, what will become of us? | Opinion