Perhaps now is the moment to extend the draft to the ultra-Orthodox, because a crisis is a terrible thing to waste
Billboards all over the country and full-page ads in the papers call for new elections now. Is this a good idea?
Itamar Ben-Gvir has become, in a certain circle, anyway, the “It-Boy” of Israel’s terrible political moment. But why?
Hamas finally sets out their demands in exchange for releasing the 136 living-and-dead Israeli hostages dragged to Gaza from their homes. Is there anywhere to go from here?
Have the reserve soldiers in Gaza discovered the secret to making Israel a better, more decent place?
A dozen UNRWA workers killed, raped and kidnapped on Oct. 7, and 1 in 4 Gazan men who work for UNRWA have ties to Hamas. What can you say to that?
Seventy-nine years after the Nazis surrendered, there’s more talk of the Holocaust than ever. How come?
Former IDF Chief of Staff and member of Israel’s “War Cabinet” says the government is not telling us the truth or making the right decisions when it comes to the war. What now?
Even after everything went wrong, and so many people died, we still trust the IDF. Why?
What were the reasons for the IDF’s terrible and tragic failures before, on and after October 7th?