If Israel wants to maintain its status as a democracy—and indeed it has never missed an opportunity to assert itself as the sole democracy in the Middle East—it must treat its prisoners with dignity and respect, regardless of their race, religion, or creed
Israel and the Palestine must realize that there are irreversible realities on the ground that can be addressed only jointly in the context of a confederation.
The normalization of relations between Israel and Sudan is a step forward toward the establishment of a comprehensive Arab-Israeli peace.
Israeli-Palestinian coexistence is not one of many options, it is the only option. They must now choose the quality of their neighborly relations and decide whether they want to live in peace and prosperity, or continue to indefinitely shed each other’s blood.
As Israel celebrates the 72nd anniversary of its independence, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues as neither side seems to have learned anything from the seven decades-old conflict between them.