If you're reading this - that is, if you still give half a hoot about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict - there's now a word to describe your condition. Fifth in a series.
Bradley Burston is a Haaretz columnist and Senior Editor of Haaretz.com which publishes his blog, "A Special Place in Hell."
During the first Palestinian uprising, Burston served as Gaza correspondent for the Jerusalem Post, and was the paper's military correspondent in the 1991 Gulf War.
In the mid-1990s he covered Israeli-Arab peace talks for Reuters. In 2006, he received the Eliav-Sartawi Award for Mideast Journalism, presented at the United Nations.
A native of Los Angeles, Burston moved to Israel after graduation from Berkeley. He was part of a group which established Kibbutz Gezer, between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
Burston served in the IDF as a combat medic, later studying medicine in Be'er Sheva for two years before turning to journalism. He is married and has two daughters.
What is it about Arik that extremists themselves - of the right and the left both - can't seem to stomach?
The prime minister says the protests and strikes will do no good, we're going to get rid of all of the Africans. But the prime minister works for me. He's my employee. And I say let my people stay.
First, a holiday update for our Israeli readers. Then a holiday question for the North Americans out there.
Make no mistake. Whatever gains BDS scores this coming year, this will be Bibi's boycott, the only real achievement he can point to. This will be Israel's doing.
To love Israel as an American Jew is to ask for a special brand of trouble.
Israel's prime minister proves he is not the smug, petty, vindictive, waffling, in-your-face insulting man he seems. He's something worse.
Not a word. No one had to tell us to be quiet. We were as paralytically silent and well behaved as only the most deeply terrified of children can manage.
The right to settle is our Second Amendment. It’s not going anywhere and neither are we, they say.
Lieberman may one day be just the man to make peace - because there is every indication that he has no principles whatsoever.