The Israeli government's use of JNF as a surrogate money pot for political purposes opens the door to corruption and improper use of the Jewish people's money
Top officials at Israel's telecoms giant are expected to face indictments for their part in fraud case, casting a large question on their ability to continue running the company
Despite his ministry's pledge two years ago not to ask for extra funds, Avigdor Lieberman wants a bigger budget to cope with the Islamic regime's presence in Syria
The party that represents the Arab public, which constitutes 21 percent of the Israeli population, has no interest in being a member of any government
The word ‘centrist’ is a magnet for many voters, and reflects their need for both a strong arm and a desire for peace; a free economy and concern about social issues
Their original purpose was to provide wealthy Jews with a convenient shelter for their money. Now that secret is out, along with others
Program aims to stanch exodus of career soldiers for pay and glory of the private sector
But Arabs and ultra-Orthodox Jews, who don’t serve in the military in large numbers, are deprived of this leg up, which is compounded by stingy funding for their schools
An artificial island would open Gaza to the world without jeopardizing Israeli security, and even enjoys the right's support. So why isn't it happening?
The characteristics Uri Avnery attributes to the Mizrahi and Ashkenazi camps seem to come from the 1950s: They embody a wealth of arrogance, ignorance, racism and stereotyping.