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?
About which public figures have we “spoken slander and evil speech, accused falsely and deceitfully, mocked” and worse? Who deserves our apologies for the sins of podcastery and assholery?
Israel’s Former Minister of Justice, Ayelet Shaked, says she reveres RBG’s freedom-fighting feminism, but would never have appointed her to the bench here. A contradiction?
Should Prime Minister Netanyahu get amnesty from prosecution for corruption in exchange for resigning?
Should Israel’s public TV network use public money and public airwaves to present to the public something that lots of people in one part of the public find profoundly offensive?
Do praying and protesting trump a lockdown?
Did this week’s historic signing of historic agreements at the historic White house set us upon new historic path?