Op-ed: The Military Advocate General has decided to close the investigation into Rafah's Black Friday. And the heart of the problem is this: No matter how high the death toll, the MAG will find a way to whitewash the incidents, as this is his real function.
Analysis: Israel is interested in postponing any military conflict that is not inevitable as much as possible. This is not a good time for a military conflict, as the smell of elections in the air and a war might leave the electorate with a bitter taste. So the government is trying to stall for time.
Op-ed: Latest round of talks with Hamas in Cairo indicates that a proposal has already been accepted by Hamas and the meetings in the Egyptian capital are just a formality; However, negotiations can stop at any moment, so both sides prepare for a large-scale military operation.
Op-ed: The needless uproar over this justified law illustrates that some people in society would sleepwalk into a future devoid of any national identity if they could. The Nation-State Law poses no threat to the rights of minorities, and the entire controversy, which has been blown out of all proportion, serves, more than anyone else, Israel's most vehement critics.