Despite acquitting him, the judges were scathing in their characterization of his conduct as a public official.
The Lieberman corruption case was the attorney general's big test - and he failed.
In Israel, where religious institutions hold a monopoly over everything related to marriage and divorce, the struggle for solutions to the many problems that presents must be a shared one.
State shouldn't fund schools that don't teach core subjects such as Hebrew, English and math.
The prime minister's goals continue to revolve around security, settlements and Haredim; Israel deserves a different agenda.
Total rollback of planned cuts to defense budget is a stinging loss for Yair Lapid, the treasury and Israel's citizens.
The old-fashioned myth, that using cannabis leads to hard drugs and a life of crime, has long since been debunked by experts.
High inequality in Israeli economy a result not just of excessive salaries at the top of publicly traded companies, but also from the gaps in pensions between the 300 happy retirees and the tens of thousands who receive small monthly pensions.
Teaching the Holocaust to kindergarten children, as Israel's Education Minister proposes, is a dangerous step that is liable to imbue them with the feeling that they are eternally in danger of annihilation.
The lawmakers behind the softened version of the Contributors to the State bill haven’t grasped the ethical failure such a law's very existence entails.