U.S. parole board rules on release of the man convicted of spying for Israel in 1985, his attorneys say.
Confrontation erupts after protesters try to stop vehicle bringing security fence to be set up around two buildings slated for imminent demolition.
U.S. journalist Theo Padnos, held hostage by the Nusra Front in Syria, talks exclusively to Haaretz one year after his release.
Writing columns about ostensibly common Israeli events over the last three years was truly an education. A postscript.