As Ofra builds second illegal site, next-door Amona settlers recommence struggle against planned eviction.
Painter-sculptor took the state to court in 2003 when his Israel Prize win was revoked after he refused to attend ceremony with then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
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Such a step 'would fuel the spirit of conflict and sedition, play into the hands of extremists and incite hatred against those assaulting the rights of the Palestinian people,' the Qatar-based group stated.
Petah Tikva’s Schneider Medical Center insists it operates according to Health Ministry guidelines.
Family of man who fatally ran over cop and was himself shot to death refuses to agree to police’s conditions, including limit on funeral attendees.
Details emerge after Haaretz investigation revealed Arnon Milchan and Australian billionaire James Packer tried to recruit Yossi Cohen as a partner in a cybersecurity firm they planned to set up.
Study reaffirming the benefits of male circumcision comes amid an ongoing debate in Europe on whether the custom constitutes a violation of boys' rights.
The author of ‘The Bridal Canopy’ and ‘A Guest for the Night’ remains Israel’s only Nobel laureate in the literary field. Fifty years on, the Swedish archive sheds light on his momentous win.
Hundreds of police officers and soldiers have been killed in recent years in northern Sinai, which is home to an insurgency led by an ISIS affiliate.
An American Southerner shares the story of how he learned for sure that he's gay; an Israeli yoga teacher explains how she survived in India without her suitcase.
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Debt was 62.1% of GDP in 2016, capping 11 percentage point decline since 2007.