Yigal Amir's vision for Israel — no Arabs, no peace, a state from the Mediterranean to the Jordan River — is now policy. Yitzhak Rabin's true legacy, meanwhile, is the weekly protests outside the attorney general's home
We’re all silent accomplices to a nascent Erdogan state. The schools are being taken care of, the Supreme Court’s turn will come and ultimately there will be the knock on the door at 3 A.M.
Daniella Weiss opens up to the Haaretz writer who called her movement more dangerous than Hezbollah
The Shoah was unique, terrible and happened only once, but the processes that preceded it continue
It’s hard to live with the notion that tough questions before a war might have prevented the terrible answers afterward
I don’t mean the religious Zionists who build and fight and certainly aren't Hezbollah. I mean the people who stream money and approve West Bank outposts
Most of the poor people evicted from their apartments over mortgage issues are Mizrahim. But obviously this 130 million won’t reach them. Money is given out to friends, not to the needy | Opinion
The Israeli prime minister may not have heard of Dikla Amram Cohen, but she and millions of Israelis like her hold the future of journalism in their hands.
We don’t talk about racism in Israel, because if we do, we'll find ourselves on the wrong side of the racist and the victim.
Everyone knows that another attack is only a question of time. It will come because nothing will be done in order to prevent it.