Even before an election, some rhetoric crosses a line.
So says a prominent left-wing activist.
Lessons for the Israeli right.
Even if their politicians don’t.
A forgotten history.
The Arab parties continue to fail their constituents.
Both Riyadh and Ramallah may be encouraging the Arabs of eastern Jerusalem to choose Israel.
How particularism can accommodate religious minorities better than aggressively secular liberalism.
Israel’s confusing plethora of small parties actually keeps Ḥaredim and Israeli Arabs, in particular, from becoming too alienated.
The shopping-mall nakba.
Modeling intercommunal harmony near the birthplace of Jesus.
Even a divided Jerusalem would remain a single city.
They’ve leveled a criticism at Israel’s new nation-state law that neither the right’s earnest patriotism nor the left’s moral anxiety seems equipped to answer.
“Arab Israelis appreciate that the Jews have sent their children to war.”