Looking back on instances Israel considered employing the death penalty (and did once with Eichmann) makes the current debate on it appear grotesque
The entrance to Jerusalem is lined with graves. It seems that the dead have taken over the mountain, and they are creating a necro-demographic and necro-topographical problem
The isolation of the Gaza Strip and its residents, as a political project rather than a security project, began long before the Qassam rockets did
It appears that the IDF sentences soldiers more harshly for stealing property than it does for take nude pictures of their fellow female soldiers and invading their privacy
After a shameful speech full of bizarre canards about Israel’s illegitimacy, the U.S. now knows Abbas can’t, and won’t, reach a Mideast peace deal. But we must also understand the same is true about Israel’s current government
Please don’t do it again. I’m begging you, please do not deport the refugees.
Never mind what it’s about, the norms say, if a person is defamed, he must sue, and for a lot. And the more money he sues for, the more he will be perceived as being in the right
One can barely escape hearing rivers of admiration and praise for His Excellency Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who somehow manages to shoehorn his entire daily schedule into the news cycle, and to scatter over our lives stardust