Tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox kids are going each day to schools that are required by law to be closed, in maybe the biggest act of civil disobedience in Israel’s history. What’s the government to do?
A big front-page ad compares abuse of animals to Treblinka. Is that okay?
Novelist and editor Ruth Almog worries that Israelis are getting coarser, after a peeved, maskless woman breathes on her. Have we lost our civility?
The government approves a plan to get out of Covid lockdown in nine easy stages. But will it work?
Can poetry change politics?
A study shows distance-learning is a complete failure for Israel’s kids. Now what?
In confining demonstrations to 1,000 meters from each protestor’s home, did the government just do permanent damage to Israeli democracy?
Why is matchmaking becoming a thing for (secular) Israelis?
Why all the brouhaha over Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s decision not to speak at an event marking the 25th anniversary of the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin?
As Israel’s hospitals are overwhelmed with Covid patients, how do doctors decide who gets a ventilator and who doesn’t?