Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu throws in with Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on legislation targeting dissident NGO’s.
Inequality has become so extreme that even the foreign policy elite is worried.
The question is not whether Israel will attack Iran — it already has.
A cadre of Israeli settlers have been compiling a list of Israeli businesses in Jerusalem that employ Arab-Israelis.
A poem for the mother of a young man killed by a bomb in Israel.
Some Israelis argue that Israel alone is responsible for preventing Iran from gaining the necessary technology for nuclear weapons.
Israel must come clean about its own nuclear program if it hopes to be credible about nonproliferation with Iran.
The alleged assassination plot and the recent IAEA report are greasing the skids for war against Iran.
The Obama administration refuses to make military aid to Egypt contingent upon the degree to which it embraces democracy.
The Arab Spring may have started in early 2011, but its origins link directly to the non-violent, society-wide mobilization that transformed Palestine’s national struggle beginning in the late 1980s.
The real target of the fishy Iranian “plot” could be the U.S.-Iranian relationship itself — and that would be a sorry miscalculation.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is just another politician to whom the political is personal.
The author explores Washington’s vitriolic response to the Palestinian Authority’s plan to declare statehood.
Israel’s President Bibi Netanyahu and his defense minister Ehud Barak are more determined to attack Iran than ever.
The deal has been discussed since Shalit was captured in 2006, now the time has come for 1028 families to be reunited.