PART 1: On Marwan Barghouti, the hunger strike he’s leading, and the rage over his op-ed in the New York Times
PART 2: On an analysis by the Israeli left’s most universally-respected leader – Dov Khenin – about how to fight the global right (and Israel’s)
PART 3: On why Ultra-Orthodox Israelis ignore, and sometimes mock, Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day
PART 1: Israel’s government almost toppled because of a dispute over public broadcasting? Really? Really? Is the issue freedom of the press itself, as Netanyahu’s critics claim?
PART 2: Israel’s security cabinet voted to build the first new settlement in over twenty years, after Trump asked not to. What’s behind the odd timing of this odd decision?
PART 3: What does Passover, this most political of all holidays, tells us about how to seek our own, modern-day redemption?
If you have ever been to Israel, surely you have heard ‘ta’amin li’, believe me, used by virtually every salesmen who confidently declares that their offered price is the best in the world
PART 1: As elections are in the air, Should parties like liberal leftist Meretz chose their candidates through “open primaries,” or will that just rouse the rabble?
Reflections on l’Affaire de’Sarsou.
Allison, Don and Noah mull over the proud admission of a right-wing MK that he hasn’t read a book in ten years, and whether anti-intellectualism is the new black.