Vandals desecrate Yoni Netanyahu’s grave on Mount Herzl
The head of Israel’s organization for fallen soldiers expresses concern that the country’s current toxic political environment will affect upcoming Memorial Day ceremonies.
Netanyahu, Biden discuss Huwara shooting, judicial reform, Iran threat
U.S. President Joe Biden expressed support for efforts to reach a compromise on judicial reform, and reaffirmed Washington’s commitment to Israel’s security.
A Nation Torn Apart
The battle over judicial reforms threatens Israel itself.
Netanyahu: Herzog’s judicial reform proposal perpetuates imbalance of power
“The issues presented by the president were not agreed upon by the coalition, and key clauses in his outline … do not bring the necessary balance between the branches,” said the Israeli premier.
False Depictions of Israeli Reforms and the Fall of SVB
The anti-Netanyahu-government protest movement is taking the metaphor of a guy bemoaning his orphanhood after killing his parents to a whole new level.
The New York Times’ Blatant Antisemitism
Advertisers have no business supporting it and truth-loving people have no reason to read it.
Demonizing Kohelet Won’t Silence Calls for Judicial Reform
A think tank is being attacked by Netanyahu opponents who are solely focused on political power while they ignore the ideas that have put the issue on the national agenda.
Opponents of Judicial Reform are Supporting an Iranian Model for Israel
The Israeli Supreme Court wields influence and enjoys a lack of accountability remarkably similar to that of Iran’s Supreme Leader.
Denouncing Israel’s Judicial Reforms Won’t Have the Effect Herzog Desires
The Israeli president’s attempt to broker a compromise by appeasing the “resistance” is a waste of time. The protest movement aims for a complete halt to the legislative process and ultimate fall of the Jewish state’s democratically elected government.
What the Rioting Left Fails to See
The attempted criminalization of Israel and Jews will continue even if the judiciary’s power is limited.