It’s inconceivable that the Education Ministry shouldn’t make it possible for at least for those Haredi parents who so desire to give their children an education that includes math, science and English.
The race culture that brought about Moti Dotan's statement is fed by a leadership that has made the exclusion and isolation of this country's Arab citizens the backbone of Israeli patriotism.
The budget proposed by the Finance Ministry is devoid of important, growth-encouraging reform. The prime minister and finance minister must start acting on behalf of all Israelis.
The case of far-right fan club La Familia constitutes another warning light about nature of Israel’s government.
Netanyahu would do well to implement a policy of true equality for Israeli Arabs, on both the practical and symbolic levels, while seeking a true peace agreement with the Palestinians.
Israel's weakest students were in a system parallel to all other education institutions. The government has decided to keep it that way, instead of bringing them under the auspices of the Education Ministry.
Ever the political survivor, Netanyahu is pushing to give religious parties a free ride to ignore core curriculum, leaving graduates too poorly education to get a job.
A series of significant reforms is needed in the telecommunications market, including increased competition, fighting unmarked advertising and other regulation.
Accusing Darwish of incitement to terror is grotesque and it is the new commissars of Israeli culture who are the ones doing most of the damage to Israel.
Jerusalem's mayor must know that his absence and resulting support for those who call gays 'perverts' is not legitimate.