The very fact that Dareen Tatour was indicted raises very tough questions about freedom of expression in Israel, and in any case, her continued detention until her case is decided in court is intolerable.
Unlike the British, Israel doesn’t need a referendum to declare its disengagement from Europe and the West. It's well on its way.
Even if Palestinians were throwing rocks as the IDF claims, it was unlawful for the IDF soldiers to open fire on a passing vehicle.
Agreement with Turkey doesn't absolve Israel of responsibility for 1.8 million people in Gaza.
Israelis are paying compound interest on Netanyahu’s war against Obama, to the point that it is undermining the strength and quality of the IDF.
Settler groups and their lawmakers have been pushing for more demolitions as part of their plan to annex Area C. It's not only Sussia and other villages that are at risk, but the possibility of a Palestinian state itself.
Indeed, it's hard to understand how advancing the settlement enterprise in isolated areas of the West Bank accords with advancing a two-state solution.
The listlessness of Israel's opposition leaders lends significance to the criticism expressed by figures who are no longer in the Knesset or the cabinet.
Culture Ministry's change in criteria for allocating state funds to cultural institutions is an infringement on the central democratic concept of freedom of expression.
Smoking grass should not be a crime, and treating it as such is archaic and inefficient.