Israeli Politics is Undergoing Tectonic Change
Many people, including those who voted for the current government, are starting to ask themselves what it is that they really support, and their answer is some form of liberal democracy.
Hello, has anyone noticed China’s pivot against Israel?
President Xi rebuked Israel in a statement co-signed by Iran’s president. That has never happened before
US Jews issue penalty card to the Israeli government
The basic facts are that the majority of non-Orthodox American Jews are liberal supporters of the Democratic Party and its values
As Judicial Plans Rock Israel, Secret Talks Seek Compromise
Benjamin Netanyahu’s plans to restrict judicial independence have divided Israel. But a small group of academics has met privately with lawmakers in a search for middle ground.
Dialogue should prevent Israel’s slide into civil war
If legal experts with differing opinions could just hash everything out, we might see real, consensus-based reform
Mothers’ broken hearts
“My heart is broken.” The scribbled letters, red marker on white burlap, cried out to me amid the more polished signs decrying the “end of democracy” and proclaiming “the duty to resist” in gleaming black and white.
Judicial revolution endangers settlement enterprise
The voices in the world calling on Israel to halt the proposed judicial reform are not asking Israel to refrain from rectifying or adjusting the current balance of power
Opinion: Engage Moderate Religious Zionists on Israeli Judicial Reform
Beneath the sound and fury of the conflict between contending sides for or against the “reform” of the justice system, Israeli politics and society may be undergoing a tectonic shift.