After the passage of the “nationality” law, Israel is no longer multicultural. It is a country where national sovereignty lies solely in the hands of its Jewish citizens.
The legislation defines the country as the nation-state of the Jewish people. Critics warn that it sidelines minorities.
The Atlantic's editor in chief breathlessly reported that Mohammed bin Salman told him that both Jews and Palestinians have a right to their own state. There is nothing unprecedented about what the Saudi royal said.
Yohannes Tesfagabr, a 29-year-old sous chef, tells how he accepted what Israeli authorities offered: $3,500 in cash and a one-way ticket to Uganda or Rwanda.
Benjamin Netanyahu fights for his political life as a dizzying array of charges of wrongdoing engulfs him, his family and his inner circle.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu bolstered his majority and rid himself of a troublesome voice of conscience by replacing his minister of defense with extremist Avigdor Lieberman.
The far-right-wing government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pulled the stunt of holding a Cabinet meeting in the Occupied Golan Heights -- a first -- on Sunday, and Netanyahu engaged in some grandstanding, declaring that his country will never relinquish this patch of Syria.
Israel, despite the attempts of current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cast it as a monochrome “Jewish state,” has a divided and complicated population.
Seems like war's not the only thing Bibi likes to spend inordinate amounts of his citizens’ cash on.