Perhaps Hamas is not ready for a deal, and Israel is reading the situation with too much optimism?
The national flag and portraits of the country’s leaders have become part of the décor in Israeli preschools. What messages is the system trying to inculcate in our children?
U.S. Department of Defense ordered personnel to delete the app from government smartphones, while Israeli cyber security firm says TikTok has 'vulnerabilities'
Israeli army says suspects launched explosive devices at a military force several hundred meters inside Israeli territory, while coverage in Gaza portrays incident as indiscriminate killing, raising risk of rocket fire
After their underground hangar in a southern air force base flooded, officials initially said it would only take days to get advanced planes working
Netanyahu has repeatedly promised the military more money, but not until after the vote
Activist from Bil’in was charged with shoving soldier during 2015 protest ■ 'Today, I was cleared, but tomorrow they’ll find something new,' Mohammed Khatib says
The havoc wreaked by winter storms last week raises questions about Israel's readiness
Laying tunnel detection equipment was months in the planning, IDF says, and does not point to new Hezbollah tunnels detected
Analysis By Barring Left-wing Activists’ Entry to West Bank, Bennett Cynically Uses Army for His Politics
Defense Ministry's decision to issue orders against anarchists is a new low in Bennett's stint as interim minister on steroids ■ Moves against Haaretz employee Jonathan Pollak aren't based on Shin Bet intel ■ Bennett is overstepping the IDF chief
Dr. Meir Baruchin, who taught for 30 years and initiated meetings between Jewish and Arab students, was fired over opinions he expressed on his Facebook page
Defense minister's decision targets activists operating with the 'Anarchists Against the Wall' organization; one of them is a Haaretz employee who was arrested last week
Intelligence officials admit that given the current pace of events in the region, it is impossible to provide a precise forecast regarding chances of war
Defense Ministry demands some $29,000 from cowherd in suit, the first time the state has sued for financial compensation over such an incident
Israel Aerospace Industries is offloading the unit that makes the Dvora-class vessel. Israel Shipyards, the maker of the competing Shaldag, appears to be eyeing it
Syrian state TV says there were reports some of the missiles and drones had been downed by the army, adding only material damage was caused
Military official says tens of millions of shekels in damage could have been avoided, as army, civil authorities trade blame
Sura Tawil didn’t know a new ID was waiting for her since 2011. So who’s responsible for the failure, the Palestinian side that issues the cards or the Israeli side that approves them?
The clues lie in the Defense Ministry’s uncharacteristic optimism
'I Don't Recognize the Authority of This Court': Israeli Activist, Arrested for Anti-occupation Protests, Asks to Stay Jailed
Jonathan Pollak, a Haaretz employee, says transferring him between prison and court doesn't allow Prison Service to provide him food or medical care
Set to be ready for use within a year and a half, new system would reduce the use of more costly Iron Dome
Vehicle has been impounded before, cutting off medical care and access to medicine to 1,500 residents for six months
Defense officials shocked by minister's demand, arguing that Gazans who cross into Israel are in distress, rather than posing a threat
Updated guideline intended to bolster argument that Israeli investigations meet international standards
His decision, made after the High Court put a gun on the table, shows Aviv Kochavi's the boss regarding women in combat – not rabbis
Brig. Gen. Ariela Ben-Avraham plans to leave the army for a private sector cyber job amid rising tensions between IDF and cyber attack firms
The state zealously conceals archival documents that could be useful in the international arena, but the bureaucrats involved are misguided