The new study was carried out by the Brookings Institution.
The total number of protesters against judicial reform barely equals a single Knesset mandate.
The administration backs the Israeli left’s campaign to thwart the will of Israeli voters.
Israeli elites have mobilized to attempt to essentially overturn last November’s Knesset election results. Foreign friends who help them shouldn’t pretend it’s about democracy.
The terrorist murder of two children and a newlywed didn’t put a dent in the demonstrations against the so-called “death of democracy.”
The left isn’t worried about democracy. It doesn’t like democracy. It likes its oligarchy.
The WSJ editorial board has a more positive take on the resilience and future of the Jewish state than the protesters in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
The Supreme Court president has transformed the court into a super-legislator, empowered to dictate the terms of laws to the people’s elected representatives, based on the values of the justices.
Countless pundits and analysts of varying motives and backgrounds have asserted that the end is near for Israeli democracy. For some, democracy seems to only be under threat when they don’t get their desired electoral outcome.
The left’s hysterical talk about civil war is caused by the fear that their decades-old power grab is being undone.