Israel’s new government says, let “the market” decide who grows what where. Is it time to let the “Invisible Hand” till our soil?
Ben & Jerry’s freezes out settlers, and things get hot
One in four American Jews think Israel is an apartheid state, and one in five that it’s committing genocide. What family doesn’t have its ups and downs?
An Israeli company leases super spy software to allies who use it to surveil journalists and activists. Has Realpolitik gotten too real?
Ten years ago this week, Israel was rocked by the biggest protests in the country’s history. Did they make any difference?
Toddlers whose fathers study full-time in Yeshivas just lost their day-care subsidies. Should tots suffer because dads don’t work?
Israel’s Supreme Court votes 10 to 1 to let the controversial “Nation-State Law” stay on the books. Could both the 10 and the 1 be right at the same time?
A shocking and controversial ruling about Hebrew grammar by the Academy for the Hebrew Language. But are they the boss of us?
Reuven Rivlin was Israel’s president for seven stormy years. What is his legacy?
Settlers peaceably evacuate a wildcat West-Bank outpost in a compromise that may lead, someday, to their return. What does the compromise say about Israel’s new government?