We ask whether or not it’s time to stick a fork in the old Zionist dream of Jews returning to the land and making it bloom.
Minister of Culture and Sports, Brigadier General Miri Regev, wants Israeli army radio station Galgalatz to play more Mizrahi music.
We discuss some new polls and surveys that underline the mutual dislike and distrust between Israeli Jews and Palestinians.
We discuss how the internet has changed the face of Israeli politics, and not necessarily for the better.
An economist has proposed slicing Israel up into two states: A progressive, secular state called “Dan” and a benighted, religious state called “Judaea.”
A shocking new poll shows that 56 percent of Israelis wish to transfer Arab majority neighborhoods in Jerusalem to the hands of the Palestinian Authority.
.. what world would be be living in today? We mark, with sadness, 20 years since the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
Alarming polls show that one third of all Israelis and half of religious Israeli Jews do not believe that Prime Minister Rabin was killed by Yigal Amir.
As we mark, with sadness, 20 years since the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, we discuss the struggle over his legacy.
We ask whether Israeli environmental organizations are crypto-leftists in crummy disguises.