The Biblical Roots of Israel’s Battle between Left and Right
Secular Zionism tried to create a Jewish state without religion. Ultimately, however, this combination was doomed to fail.
“Anti-reform protesters do not want a Jewish state,” say right-wing activists
“The real motivation behind the protests is that the elite minority in this country does not accept the results of the elections,” says Naadia Matar.
100,000 rally for reform in Jerusalem
As Israel’s prime minister was announcing a pause in the judicial overhaul, his voters were demanding its passage.
Christian Zionists Have Long Supported Judicial Reform in Israel. Here is why
The judiciary has ended up on the daily forefront of “lawfare,” or judicial warfare, against the biblical restoration of Israel.
Netanyahu: ‘I’m delaying judicial reform to give real dialogue a chance’
The Israeli prime minister announced a hold on judicial reform until after the Passover holiday, calling on the opposition to negotiate in good faith.
As the rift in Israeli society grows, this is what Christians abroad should know
“There is a need for judicial reform,” says David Parsons from the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem. “The courts need to be reined in some but the proposed reforms went too far.”
Netanyahu expected to freeze judicial reforms amid mass civil disobedience
Late-night blocking of Tel Aviv highway triggered by PM’s firing of Defense Minister Yoav Gallant.
Anti-reform protesters try to block Ben-Gurion Airport on ‘Day of Resistance
Seven demonstrators were arrested for damaging the Jerusalem office of the Kohelet Policy Forum, which helped draft the judicial reform bills.
Herzog: We are closer than ever to agreement on judicial reforms
“Now it depends on our national leadership, the coalition and the opposition, who need to rise to the occasion,” said the Israeli president.
Protesters harass lawmakers outside their homes ahead of Knesset vote on judicial reforms
As part of a “national day of struggle,” opponents of the reform plan attempted to prevent MKs from reaching the parliament