‘To Ask an Arab Student to Internalize This Is a Way of Humiliating Him’

by Henriette Chacar Before an Israeli high school student can participate in a school-sponsored trip overseas they must first answer a series of questions. “How do Palestinian organizations use social media?” is one of them. The only correct answer? “To incite… Continue Reading  

Palestinians Need a State, Not a ‘Business Plan’

by Sam Bahour President Donald Trump is taking part in an all-out attempt to batter the Palestinians into political surrender, and his weapon of choice is money. In full coordination with the Israeli government, he is overseeing a global campaign… Continue Reading  

The IDF Doesn’t Investigate Palestinian Deaths — It Whitewashes Them

by Hagai El-Ad A little over a year ago, on the last day of October 2017, Muhammad Musa and his sister Latifah drove to Ramallah to run some errands. Shortly after the two filmed a short selfie video during the ride, soldiers opened… Continue Reading  

Don’t Believe the Hype: The Israeli Right Is Weaker than It Seems

by Meron Rapoport The past decade belonged to the Israeli right. Since 2009, the right-wing bloc easily defeated its opponents and won elections, while Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu became its undisputed leader and the most important political figure in Israel.… Continue Reading  

How Did Revenge Become a Military Objective?

by Orly Noy There is something almost spellbinding about the speed with which the Israeli government is tearing off the masks that once afforded its policies a veneer of decency. From the Jewish Nation-State Law to the cultural loyalty law… Continue Reading