The former prime minister says he supports Israeli judicial reforms, but said the current government has gone "too far."
Sharren Haskel read out a speech written by artificial intelligence, warning against division in the country because of the judicial reform plans.
We can ill afford necessary laws from being voted down or necessary government decisions from being opposed when they will help our defense and security.
The Second authority deemed events shown in the clip, including PM Rabin's murder, too 'controversial' and did not allow it to be broadcast.
Most people get confused when speaking about tolerance. They often use this word when in fact they mean “apathy.”
NATIONAL AFFAIRS: With extreme voices dominating the public debate, the measured voice of the president needs to be heard loudly.
Israel knows too well the threats that can tear apart a country.
EDITOR'S NOTES: The thought that this latest experiment in Jewish sovereignty will be in jeopardy because of internal discord should shake us all at our core.
This is what Israel needs now – politicians who care for the country, who want to keep it moving forward, and who understand this moment we are now facing in our national history.
MKs from different parties and opposing sides need to find a way to work together in a responsible and functioning coalition and as the opposition.