David Sheen is an independent journalist originally from Toronto, Canada and now based in Dimona, Israel.
Comment: Netanyahu's political future may still look unsure, but his explicit support for a fanatic, right-wing alliance has helped pave their way into the Knesset, writes David Sheen.
Comment: Whether or not he's re-elected, the damage is done. Netanyahu has paved the way for the most maniacal racists in Israel's history, writes David Sheen.
Comment: While homophobia might be unacceptable in some company, demands for racial purity and religious discrimination are shockingly commonplace in Israel, writes David Sheen.
The New Arab Meets: American academic, author, Palestine activist and TV personality, Marc Lamont Hill.
Comment: In terms of outcomes for Palestinians, Israeli elections have produced near identical results for nearly two decades. A new vote is unlikely to change much, writes David Sheen.
Comment: Leftist Jews in both the US and Israel are coming under harsh attack from Netanyahu's government, writes David Sheen.
Comment: Netanyahu's silence - and even acceptance - of staff members accused, investigated or charged with sex crimes sets a frightening precedent, writes David Sheen.
Comment: The Israeli government's crusade against mixed couples is a bigoted and futile policy, writes David Sheen.
Comment: The fact that American envoys are so closely connected to Israel's Kahane movement should be of great concern, writes David Sheen.
Comment: Netanyahu's defunct UN migrant deal is a stark reminder of how little black lives matter in Israel, writes David Sheen.