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Rosner’s Domain

Rosner’s Domain | The ‘Day After’ Agnostics

What will the Gaza Strip look like the day after? That depends, first and foremost, on the outcome of the war. It also depends on Israel’s wishes, and on international pressures, and on internal Palestinian trends. 

Rosner’s Domain | Hamtana: As We Wait

Waiting is a difficult challenge. War – of course – is an even more difficult challenge. And still, waiting for war is not to be taken lightly.

Prayer vs. Provocation: Why Israelis Fought on Yom Kippur

It’s a discourse of people who live in parallel universes: those who regard what happened as an enraging sabotage of a Yom Kippur prayer, and those who regard it as a provocation masquerading as a Yom Kippur prayer.

Rosner’s Domain | A War at Fifty

Fifty years have passed, but in Israel it is still impossible to disentangle the tremble and awe of Yom Kippur from the trauma of the 1973 Yom Kippur War.

Rosner’s Domain | Basic Truth on Basic Laws

On Tuesday, Israel’s High Court convened to hear the case for and against striking down the so-called “reasonableness law,” that would curb the top court’s power to exercise judicial review over government decisions.

Rosner’s Domain | Procrasti-Nation

Rather than solving problems, Israel shelves them, to be dealt with maybe next year, or by the next government, or when the next crisis materializes.

Rosner’s Domain | Crime Game

The crime rate — and murder rate  — of Arab Israelis has more than doubled this year. And Israel doesn’t seem ready to enact the type of measures that could tame this violent wave. 

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