One thing not being debated ahead of Israel’s elections is the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. The elephant in the room seems to have left the building. Why?
A Jerusalem court finds that a man can be sued for failing to tell his fiancé-cum-wife that he prefers sex with men. Where does a right to privacy end, and an obligation of honesty begin?
As the deadline looms, are the leaders of Israel’s new right-wing-consortium right that one party to the right of the Likud is better than two?
As the deadline looms, is Labor leader Amir Peretz right that two leftist parties are better than one?
Israel’s national-treasure folk-singer, Chava Alberstein, retools a beloved protest song as an ad for cable and internet service. Is this the end of culture as we know it, or have we maybe lost a little perspective?
Israel’s Foreign Ministry retools its diplomats to promote Israeli companies, not policies. Is diplomacy dead?
The Labor Party says “Yes” to merging with a party on the center-right, and “No” to merging with parties on the Left. A brilliant stratagem or a strategic blunder?
For 68 years, there were Bundists in Israel – socialist, internationalist Yiddishists. Finally, only now, their Tel Aviv headquarters is shuttering. But what is their legacy?
Forty Jewish-American Rabbis, professors and activists say it’s time to say goodbye to Zionism once and for all. Do they have a point?
There are signs of a new openness to cooperation between Jews and Arabs on the Israeli Left. But are these signals a fundamental change or just more election posturing?