It is not, as some have claimed, “an attempt to place Netanyahu above the law.”
The legal case that served as a pretext for the last Gaza war drags on.
House demolitions aren’t “collective punishment.”
Omar Shakir’s hypocrisy.
The Supreme Court acts independently of both law and the constitution.
The prime minister’s legal woes aren’t the main problem.
The judicial establishment reaps what it sowed.
Elected officials should choose judges in a transparent process.
Necessary for preserving Israel’s Jewish and democratic character.
Some positive signs.
Israel needs a coherent approach.
A watershed moment.