A boycott worthy of the name – one that's economic, cultural, sports-related and applies to tourism – is the most legitimate, human and philo-Semitic way in the enlightened world to try to save Israel from itself.
Israel may face an unexpected constraint to its attacks on Hezbollah weapons convoys: Fear of a backlash against Russia’s always potentially vulnerable Jewish community.
Despite pressure from the right, Israel can’t do as it pleases on the Temple Mount.
It would behoove Israeli politicians to avoid a one-dimensional, mistaken and misleading interpretation of biblical literature, and to avoid subordinating this classic work to a limited and ephemeral party platform.
The high levels of violence in Israeli society reflect the reality in the occupied territories.
Mossad's former chief said not solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will end Israel as we know it. But the facts on the ground say otherwise.
The settlers and the markets are suffering battered-wife syndrome: they have been lied to and abused still insist Trump is their man.
The government fight against the anti-Israeli boycott movement is pushing the police to do more than their job in a manner both dangerous and illegal.