Despite conflict and contradictions, what is precious and beautiful about Israel is its ongoing struggle for social justice.
In a pair of groundbreaking books, Israeli historian Hillel Cohen explores the thorny issue of Palestinian collaboration with Zionists.
Their numbers are dwindling, they're low on money and face potential violence and certain prosecution. But Israeli anarchists continue to stand with embattled Palestinians.
Azmi Bishara, a member of the Knesset, has been charged with treason for speaking out against injustices committed by Israel.
Israel's unilateralist government isn't interested in a negotiating partner, but without a united Palestinian leadership, chances for local and regional peace are slim.
Israel's plans for a series of farms and wineries designed to draw tourists to the Negev Desert is the latest insult to its marginalized Bedouin population.
If Israel's Kadima Party prevails at the polls as expected, its
policies will effectively take Israelis several steps backward.
A new book on Isaeli courts in the West Bank and Gaza.
As I was driving home from work late Wednesday night, it became clear
that the assault would begin within hours.
"Among the Judenrat wannabes is your old friend and mine, Neve Gordon," wrote a Haifa University professor in one of his articles.