During Israel's second intifada, Sitruk advised French Jewish men to wear hats instead of skullcaps so as not to alert potential harassers.
A 1985 document from an Israeli think tank sounded a stark warning about the economic and demographic time bomb that was ticking in the Gaza Strip — if anyone wanted to hear it.
A lawyer for the family of Abdul-Malak Saleh Abu Kharoub says he hopes the Israelis will release four more bodies.
A lower court denied Bilal Kayed's request to uncuff him from his hospital bed and see a doctor of his choice.
Thirteen are arrested; Bilal Kayed is still being held after completing a 14-year sentence for offenses during the second intifada.
In the 10-month terror wave, the Justice Ministry unit for investigating the police often does not even question the officers involved, let alone open a probe.
Prison authority says Bilal Kayed is being handcuffed to his bed to block an attempt to free him.
But the executions – there’s no other way to describe them – of girls and boys, women and men, keep coming.
Nearly a decade and a half after he began serving multiple life sentences for his role in the killings of the second intifada, Marwan Barghouti is still seen – among most Palestinians, many Israelis and world leaders – as the man who could lead his people to independence. Through a mediator, Barghouti tells Haaretz that he remains a staunch proponent of the two-state solution and that he intends to run for Palestinian president should elections be held.
West Bank troop deployments, arrests and roadblocks are like throwing a blanket over a fire. The question is whether the situation will continue after the drive-by shooters are apprehended.