This kind of incendiary discourse did not start inside Israel, and its center of activity is certainly not in Israel.
Under the present circumstances, Mairav Zonszein asks how the left can possibly hope to shift the discourse, much less end the occupation.
What exactly is it about Israel that is crushing the Democratic Party’s hopes and standing in the way if their unity?
Ayman Odeh’s refusal to enter Jewish Agency offices contains a lesson for the U.S. Jewish establishment, which puts too much focus on open dialogue, Mairav Zonszein argues.
A Jewish-born womans marriage to a Muslim man was met with crude protests in Israel. It is a bad sign for Israeli democracy that a court allowed such a demonstration, writes Mairav Zonszein.
An Israeli high school teacher faces dismissal following a students complaint that he expressed radical leftist views like saying that some IDF activities are immoral in the classroom.
Violence by settlers in the West Bank against Palestinians is on the rise while the Israeli government does nothing. Mairav Zonszein thinks its time to name this problem as a serious impediment to peace.
It was almost a moving moment. Two children, a Jew and a Palestinian, lock hands in a gesture of peace. What happened next should break anyones heart.
Israel can spend as much money as it likes on public relations or hasbara. None of it will work as long as the occupation of the Palestinian territories continues, Mairav Zonszein writes.
Some Israelis were angered by Amira Hasss piece on Palestinian stone-throwing. But only those who have seen the occupation can understand those who resist it.