jerusalem post opinion

The hidden value of Lucerne and the budget city-snow break - opinion

The Swiss community of Lucerne gleams with Jewish history and ski activities for travelers not looking to break the bank.

By BARRY BORMAN
28/01/2023

Israel's new gov't is courting a disastrous rift with US Jews - opinion

Israel's government is allowing tension to rise between Jewish sects.

19/01/2023

Is Israel run by the rule of law or the rule of Bibi? - opinion

Netanyahu is less worried about the rule of law than the court of law, where he is on trial on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.

Are Levin's accusations against High Court chief Barak fake? - opinion

“Each and every government authority – namely. The Knesset included – is obliged to respect the rights in accordance with this Basic Law.”

19/01/2023

When will the war in Ukraine end? -opinion

Is there an end in sight to this year-long war?

The judicial reforms are essential to saving our democracy - opinion

While the Left actively opposes the proposed judicial reforms, the Right largely supports them.

By OMER DOSTRI
19/01/2023

We have to look at Hamas differently than we did in 1988 - opinion

How a private meeting between officials could have changed the entire outcome of an Israeli's relationship with Hamas.

Can start-ups spare a dime? - comment

Early-stage start-ups may rely on external funding for survival.

By YARDEN AMSALEM
02/01/2023

Netanyahu's government will violate the civil and human rights of Israelis - opinion

We all want good governance and law and order but we also want justice and there can be no real justice without full equality.

Not donuts, but victory - opinion

It is important to remember that Hanukkah's roots focus on Jewish resilience.

By ALEX SELSKY
22/12/2022
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