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 Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Cabinet minister Benny Gantz during a press conference in the Kirya military base in Tel Aviv , Israel , 28 October 2023.

Israel's political identity crisis: Right divided, left reevaluating

 Then-Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebi honors Ahed Tamimi in Tunis, 2018. Now, at last, she has finally removed her mask, say the writers. She posted on Instagram: 'What Hitler did to you was a joke.'

Ahed Tamimi: Showing her true colors - opinion

Campaign advertisement by Beersheba Deputy Mayor Shimon Boker, October 3, 2023.

'Left-wing Israelis will burn synagogues,' Beersheba mayoral candidate warns

 AMID THE more than 10,000 protesters was a group of about 200 Israeli Jews surrounding a large sign that said: ‘First they took the Palestinian flag and I didn’t speak out.'

The Palestinian flag should not be a contentious symbol - opinion

 SIGNS WITH the slogan ‘leftists are traitors’ are held by protesters at a right-wing rally in Tel Aviv, last month.

How do we combat all extremism and hate speech in Israel? - opinion

 Thousands of Israeli protesters rally against Israeli Goverment's judicial overhaul bills in the coastal city of Tel Aviv on March 04, 2023.

Israel's fight is not for democracy but for cultural dominance - opinion

 PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu looks toward MK Simcha Rothman as they confer with Justice Minister Yariv Levin in the Knesset last week. Levin and Rothman have been emphasizing the larger public welfare, says the writer

The current protests has created stress lines of the society - opinion

 MILITARY RESERVISTS, on a three-day walk to Jerusalem, hold flags as they block the main highway from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv yesterday in protest against the government’s proposed judicial reforms.

From left to right, Israelis are concerned they’ll be harmed by the judicial reform

 Israeli author Gadi Taub speaks at the International Writer's festival in Jerusalem on May 06, 2010.

Gadi Taub should celebrate being 'cancelled' - opinion

 PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu and then-defense minister  Benny Gantz sit at the head of the government table in the Knesset plenum, in 2021

Why does the new gov't have the Israeli Left in a panic? - opinion

 THE INAUGURATION of the new Knesset takes place in the plenum last week. Israel’s exemplary democracy is strong, says the writer

More than half of Israelis against proposed High Court override clause -survey

 Israeli soldiers stand guard during a Palestinian protest near the Jewish settlement of Elon Moreh,east of Nablus, in the West Bank, November 25, 2022.

Ben-Gvir: Chief of Staff should 'think twice' about punishing Givati soldier

 Labor Party leader Merav Michaeli, Meretz leader Zehava Galon

Israel Elections: Left-wing Labor, Meretz secure 8-9 seats - exit polls

 WHO WILL greet Biden? Naftali Bennett, Yair Lapid or Benjamin Netanyahu?

Israel elections: Are we barreling toward a sixth election round? - analysis

 People light candles during a vigil in memory of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was killed during an Israeli raid, outside the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, May 16, 2022

US is sending mixed messages on Israel’s security in the West Bank - analysis

 Itamar Ben-Gvir speaks at Blich high school

Ben Gvir panels for teens, supporters chant 'Your village should burn'

 ‘WE BEAT the machine of incitement and poison four times, and we’re going to beat it again for the fifth time,’ Lapid said, driving his adoring fans wild with chants of: ‘Hoo-ha, Yesh Atid, Prime Minister Yair Lapid.’ It rhymed in Hebrew, too.

Yair Lapid lays out his left-wing agenda - opinion

 MERETZ LEADERS and activists celebrate on election night, March 2021. The single largest bloc of votes at Lehavot Habashan went to Meretz.

Marxist Zionism: Israel's often forgotten socialist past - opinion