Israel

Israel's attack on Gaza is revenge for the Palestinians' refusal to accept occupation

Israel

Say what you will about Hamas' rocket fire, at least they managed to scratch the surface of Israel's faith in the normalcy of its domination of another people.

Why Israel should accept Hamas' terms

Why Israel should accept Hamas

Op-ed: In order to win public opinion, Israel must adopt all of Islamic organization's conditions for ceasefire and add sections benefitting Gaza's residents in exchange for Strip's demilitarization by an international force.

Netanyahu's misplaced quest for legitimacy

Netanyahu

During a press conference in Tel Aviv, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ensured the continuation of twisted rhetoric by evoking the deaths of Israeli soldiers as an ultimate expression of misplaced patriotism

Keeping Israel's Northern Front Under Control

Keeping Israel

Although rocket fire from Lebanon and Syria remains sporadic for now, Israel and other parties need to be aware of the potential for serious miscalculation and escalation.

Stop the war from 'going all the way'

Stop the war from

The reoccupation of the Gaza Strip must not become a goal, and we must not wait for that imaginary 'victory image' before ending the war.

What does Hamas really want?

What does Hamas really want?

Read the list of conditions published in the name of Hamas and Islamic Jihad, and judge honestly whether there is one unjust demand among them.

Keep the Gaza ground incursion limited

Keep the Gaza ground incursion limited

The results of a large-scale offensive would be tragic.

Police are obliged to protect every Israeli citizen

Police are obliged to protect every Israeli citizen

Israeli citizens have the right to demonstrate anywhere, at any time, and on behalf of any issue, without having to fear for their safety.

Lowest deeds from loftiest heights

Lowest deeds from loftiest heights

Israels 'heroic' pilots push buttons and joysticks, battling the weakest and most helpless of people.

Lend me your ears, Netanyahu says but no one is listening

Lend me your ears, Netanyahu says  but no one is listening

At the most sensitive and crucial moment of Irans nuclear talks with Western powers, any distraction could prove critical. Irans President Hassan Rowhani set the goal of improving foreign diplomacy and removing sanctions on the country. A year has passed and it is time to see if Rowhanis policy has borne any fruit.