We discuss the furor over Breaking the Silence, a watchdog NGO that publishes reports of IDF misconduct.
Why a controversial housing tender caused the residents of Afula, a town in the north of Israel, to take to the streets.
A discussion of Israel’s decidedly lackluster participation in the Paris climate conference.
Leader of the (mostly-)Arab “Joint List,” Ayman Odeh, has just completed an action-packed tour of the States. What’s the verdict?
We discuss a new movie about an effort of settlers and Palestinians to forge a “third way” to peace.
Former Labor Party Chair, PM candidate, and Minister of Defense Amir Peretz recently unveiled his peace plan.
We discuss the legacy of former MK and political commentator Yossi Sarid, who tragically died this week.
We discuss the old and persistent allegation that Yemenite babies were taken from their parents and distributed to Ashkenazi families.
We ask why Israel’s incipient gas deal has sparked mass protests on the streets, while other issues are met with apathy.
We discuss Yinon Magal, the member of Knesset who resigned after it became public that he harassed women.