A plan to outlaw Breaking the Silence is part of a campaign that aims to erase the liberal democracy that Israel once aspired to be
Go see this magnificent film. If only because, whether your leader is Trump or Bibi, they may one day too soon get us all killed in a war, and you need to hold your loved ones today, now
Naftali Bennett and his colleague, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, seek to keep Israel outside of the diplomatic track in order to push it into the annexation track
At heart, the United States is a violent society that is founded on the blood of others – that's why I spurned offers to move there from Israel
One can understand the Catalans' national feelings, but in actuality, what's bad about the current situation?
Radical separatism and the fear of modernity, so prevalent in Israel, is infecting the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in New York City, with Mayor Bill de Blasio's shameful blessing
The primary Israeli interest is the dismantling of Hamas’ military capability in Gaza. The question is whether Egypt is strong enough to help make that happen
Labor Party leader Avi Gabbay says he won't sit in a coalition government with the Arab Joint List – he'd better rethink if he wants to lead the country
A Labor Party leader's declaration he wouldn't include Arab parties in a potential government was an attempt to find favor in eyes of right-wing groups and Arab-haters
Opinion As Bethlehem's Mayor, I Ask: Why Are U.S. Christians Celebrating Israeli Policies Strangling Jesus' Birthplace?
The language of Netanyahu and his cabinet increasingly references a Bible-citing and religious, rather than political, war against the Palestinians. And American evangelicals are his enthusiastic foot-soldiers
Coming soon: Maybe a joint exit from the United Nations? After all, the UN has also been critical of Israel
Hollywood has a responsibility to set the right example. But it isn’t the venue for determining guilt or innocence.
Why did Israel decide to bomb the Syrian anti-aircraft battery this time?
Islamic State will continue to thrive, even without territory, as long as the anarchy and resentment that nourished it continues