The Israeli prime minister should return to the negotiating table or face the consequences.
Instead of entrenching itself in opposition to an agreement accepted by the international community, Israel should ask how it can do its part.
A people that knows all too well the suffering of persecution and exile, of all peoples, is becoming a persecutor and perpetrating exile.
All the elected officials would do well in the next term to act to shorten the recesses and bring order to the legislature's activity.
This criminal policy of Israel's immigration authorities can be understood in the context of the general abandonment in principle of the asylum seekers.
The racist, paternalist attitudes informing the recent proposals to regulate Bedouin settlement must be discarded.
Instead of joining a unity government, they must present a clear alternative to Likud's destructive policies from the opposition, and develop a political force that will eventually replace rightist rule.
Arye Dery should not be returned to the position where he committed bribery, fraud and breach of trust, and for which he was convicted and served two years in prison.
Netanyahu would be wrong to pick Likud MK Yariv Levin, who has already declared his desire to eliminate the judicial system’s independence and subordinate it to the will of politicians.
In view of the forces that will act against Moshe Kahlon, he will have to remain loyal to the interests of the broad public that elected him.