Tomer Persico’s Haaretz essay insists that the growing dichotomy between Judaism and democracy in Israel is “one disaster that Judaism will not survive.”
New findings show that Israeli women are more hawkish than Israeli men.
A recent Supreme Court decision upholds a law that makes Israelis liable for business damages caused by boycotting.
We ask how Independence Day should be celebrated in 2015.
We discuss a Haaretz essay arguing Israel is in flames, but the best thing to do is to bring a bag of marshmallows and develop our appetite for destruction.
We discuss whether Shimon Peres deserves to be pilloried for shilling for Israel’s richest bank, Bank HaPoalim, in exchange for $30,000 a month.
We discuss how we should remember the greatest tragedy to befall the Jewish people.
Should Israel require citizens to swap out old-fashioned identify cards and passports for new “biometric” ones even if they are invasive on our privacy?
the dilemma facing opposition leader Isaac Herzog: Is opposition a form of perdition? Is joining the coalition electoral sedition demanding contrition?
Whether, as one music critic has just written, Israeli pop music is hopelessly and cluelessly apolitical and navel-gazing.