Shin Bet and the Mossad are embroiled in a heated dispute over their respective intelligence gathering responsibilities. Who’s supposed to keep an eye on Gaza?
Three of Israel’s senior ex-defense officials came out last week, almost simultaneously, with blistering attacks on the security policies of Netanyahu’s coalition.
There’s still no evidence that the leadership of Hamas — or anyone else outside the Qawasmeh family — had any knowledge of the June kidnappings.
Why, J.J. Goldberg wonders, are critics attacking him for holding dangerous anti-Israel opinions when all he’s done is quote mainstream Israeli defense sources?
The tunnels zigzagging beneath Gaza are a major front in both Israel’s military campaign — and the debate over it. J.J. Goldberg explains why it’s such an important story.
Here’s a remarkable bit of television — official Palestinian Authority TV, to be specific — in which the Palestinian delegate to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva tells an interviewer that Hamas’s rocket fire from Gaza is a crime against humanity. Plain and simple, no hedging. In Arabic (with English subtitles). Watch it below.
It’s Bob Dylan’s 73rd birthday. Here’s what four Israeli singer-songwriters had to say about the ‘defining moment’ in his influence on them.
Israeli leaders are cheering the victory of India’s Narendra Modi. The Hindu nationalist is seen as a possible ally against the Muslim world, J.J. Goldberg writes.
A Jerusalem court approved the sale of the daily Hebrew newspaper Maariv to The Jerusalem Post.
The Israeli daily newspaper Maariv did not publish a Sunday edition. It is not known if the newspaper will resume printing on Monday.