This week, President Rivlin published a peace plan. That is not a usual act by a president, whose office is mainly ceremonial.
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A group of soldiers, supported by a major part of the political scene, has mutinied against their commanders. This is a major menace to the structure of the state, a challenge to what remains of our democracy.
David Rhani describes his latest trip to Iran
The scorched earth onslaught of 2003 and subsequent years of bombings brought further radioactive pollution in orders of magnitude. The US is now bombing again.
For months now, Israel has been in the throes of a mini-intifada
The Israeli Peace Camp is in despair. No savior is in sight. Many just sit in front of their TV set and wring their hands
In spite of the UN stating that civilians are being disproportionately killed in Yemen, arms sales rose to over one billion pounds
By 1967, the situation was quite different. The causes of the new war were disputed, David had turned into Goliath, a world-wide Cold War was on
In any list of Israel's 100 most important women, Ilana Dayan would occupy a prominent position
The Israeli Ministry of Education has struck a book from students' reading list. The cardinal sin was the plot: a love story between a Jewish girl and an Arab boy