Weakening the courageous Palestinian president is one of Netanyahu's ongoing strategic mistakes, and it is liable to be one we Israelis will rue for generations.
Israel’s two major Gaza offensives in recent years have made clear to both sides that military operations are effective for only a limited time.
The interior minister doesn't want to let Tel Aviv grocers open on Saturdays. But why must secular people have to sacrifice their freedom?
The European boycott of the settlements is gaining momentum, and Israel better take heed.
Collapse of Hadassah Hospital and incidents at Ichilov exposed the dangers of privatizing such a vital service as health.
The Ministerial Committee for Legislation can determine a bill's fate; the public has a right to know how its members vote.
In a mockery of procedures, the Finance Committee okayed the transfer of nearly a billion shekels without knowing what it was earmarked for.
Police has sunk to new low with arrest of lawyer over poem he posted on Facebook, recommendation to open investigation against MK Zoabi.
Netanyahu, seeking to justify a massive display of force, is loading more and more goals onto the search for the abducted teens. But at what cost?
One doesn't have to agree with MK Haneen Zoabi to understand that democracy rests on the right to express all opinions, even in time of emergency.