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05.12.2013 Yesh Atid voters are deeply disappointed in the national budget, oppose their party chairman's alliance with Naftali Bennett, support the division of Jerusalem in the framework of a peace deal, and see the settlers as a special interest group with disproportionate influence. Molad's 2013 Poll outlines the ideology of "Yesh Atid" voters, revealing the gap between them and the party they voted for  read more 
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18.09.2013 As Minister of Education, Gideon Sa'ar politicized the Israeli education system, bringing justifications for Zionist nationalism into the civics curriculum, forcing pupils to face a rigid dichotomy of national-Jewish identity versus democratic-Israeli identity. This report rethinks the Israeli civics curriculum to allow students to grapple with Israel's complex reality  read more 
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25.06.2013 The proposed Basic Law, currently advanced by Likud-Beiteinu and the Jewish Home parties, is a dangerous attempt to overwrite the Declaration of Independence, replacing the vision of Israel's founders with a sectorial vision that undermines the original values of Zionism  read more 
20.01.2016 analysis by Marzouk Alhalabi
Arab-Palestinian politics in Israel harming promising young leaders
The uproar in Arab-Palestinian political circles in Israel over Ayman Odeh’s visit in the US has exposed the weakness and stagnation of these political frameworks. The “stand-tall generation” seems to be too used to the low glass ceilings in Israel and in the Occupied Territories
Ayman Odeh visiting Washington. Photo taken from his Facebook page
18.02.2016 analysis by Dr. Assaf Sharon
The Fallacies of the "One-State Solution"
In Israel and Palestine, Two States Are Still Better Than One
Design: Yosef Bercovich
29.06.2015 analysis by Orna Cohen
Radicalization of Arab Knesset members: a civic rift
Public statements by Arab members of the Israeli parliament have grown more extreme over the last twenty years. This radicalization has primarily been driven by the events of October 2000, the failure of the peace process, and growing nationalism in Jewish-Israeli society. Dr. Orna Cohen analyzes the growing rift between Jewish and Arab citizens of Israel, as reflected in parliamentary debate.
08.02.2015 by Molad
Highlight: Project Sixty One
The P.R. firm of the facts - disseminating accessible information about the political reality in Israel
Project Sixty One
04.09.2014 analysis by Liat Schlesinger
Secret settler slush fund
Molad’s report and analysis show that hundreds of millions of taxpayer shekels are transferred to the Settlement Division each year, and are used as a secret slush fund for the settlement movement.
18.02.2014 analysis by Yonatan Levi
Education in illegal outposts: Taxpayer money funds lawbreaking
A backgrounder for the Knesset discussion of the pre-army academy of Elisha, which is located in an illegal outpost yet has been recognized and funded by the Ministries of Defense and Education since the early 2000s
The illegal outpost of Elisha and the adjacent settlement, Chalamish
31.01.2014 video Molad
Yeshagate: The big secret of the settler councils
An expose of the secret deal that pumps Israeli taxpayer money to the political campaigns of the private NGO of the settlement enterprise, the Yesha Council
Channel 2 News Expose
26.08.2013 analysis by Prof. Alon Harel
How the proposed Basic Law: Israel — Nation-State of the Jewish People Actually Impairs Judaism
The proposed Basic Law is not only invalid because it is injurious to non-Jewish people, but also because it takes aim at Jewish people and Jewish heritage itself, turning that heritage into a political tool in the hands of a single Jewish group
Photo: Hadar Naim
03.07.2013 commentary by Dr. Avner Inbar
The Irreversibility Myth
The settlements are an economically unsustainable project funded largely by the Israeli government. We must rid ourselves of the myth that settlement eviction must be done by force
Michael Loadenthal:Settlement of Susiya in the South Hebron Hills
23.12.2012 commentary by Dr. Hillel Ben Sasson
Naftali Bennett's Election: The Dawning of a New Era for the Israeli Right
Naftali Bennett's primary success as the new head of the HaBayit HaYehudi Party marks both the end of an era for the national religious and perhaps the beginning of one for the left