The nation-state legislation and the threat to Israel’s democratic values.
The meltdown in Israeli politics continues, with deep divisions over the most controversial bill in recent years. And if you’re confused by the legislation, you’re not alone — in fact, it is the confusion that is making the debate so unproductive.
Israeli expert on military ethics praises army’s actions in Gaza while condemning settlements.
Jewish Week Correspondent
Claiming that Israel “indiscriminately, callously, carelessly or indifferently” killed civilians in Gaza last summer is “nonsense,” an author of Israel’s military code of ethics told an audience late last month at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
Tehran-based PressTV reported "Gazans angered by US plan to send smart bombs to Israel."
They're "infuriated" that the Obama administration is selling more J-DAM or Joint Direct Attack Munitions, which rely on precision guidance to hit their targets and proved so effective against Hamas and its allies in Operation Protective Edge in Gaza this summer.
If Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas mean it when they say they don’t want to see a Third Intifada, why does it look like that is exactly where they are headed?
Each leader repeatedly accuses the other of incitement, often with good cause. Their protestations of purity and innocence as the injured party would be a joke if so many people weren’t being killed and injured on both sides.