When Olmert was suspected of crimes, Netanyahu told him to step down. But precedent suggests that prime ministers suspected of crimes hang on to the horns of power
- 29 June, 2017 Netanyahu is unable to withstand extortioners Zionists have always understood the importance of compromise for the political good. But Israel's prime minister is only interested in comprises that allow him to cling on to power
- 6 April, 2017 The stench of the Anti-Semitic Old Right that Hangs around Ken Livingstone Many on the Labour Left look the other way when Livingstone dons Trump’s clothes: presenting falsehood as fact, whistling to a low-level populist racism against Jews, and a presenting himself as ‘the little man’, beset by powerful elites.
- 17 August, 2017 Netanyahu’s Charlottesville response proves he’s lost any semblance of a moral compass The first person in the world, outside of the U.S., expected to react to such events like those in Charlottesville is the prime minister of Israel – the state of the Jewish people. So where the Israeli government keeps quiet, we speak out
- 17 August, 2017 Sara Netanyahu – not a Cinderella story Not even a fluff radio interview with a reality TV star can make the Israeli prime minister’s wife into a sympathetic character
- 10 August, 2017 Netanyahu’s distorted notions of ‘us’ and ‘them’ It's 'us' vs. 'them,' claims the prime minister. But we all have to pay for his actions, and the left-wing media is not what it seems