When leftists complain about occupation and democracy, Jewish Americans prefer to believe Israel's Sean Spicers and Kellyanne Conways.
While other world leaders exercised caution, the pyromaniac from Jerusalem doesn’t give a damn about Israel, the Jews and the world’s future, and instead sucks up to Trump like a lowly collaborator.
President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration hit U.S. Jews hard. Haaretz has collected their stories in a special project commemorating how America's open arms saved so many families.
New York has about 2,200 pizzerias. But which ones are the best? Tour innovator Scott Wiener has the answers.
For the Jewish poet, the Statue of Liberty was not a monument to shared French-American values, but a defiant symbol of American exceptionalism steeped in Hebraic values.
It is by far the Pulitzer Prize-winning author's darkest book to date. From the opening scene, in which the grandfather strangles his boss in a blind rage, there is violence and emotional trauma at every turn.
Irena Klepfisz, daughter of Holocaust survivors and a second-wave feminist, explains why she joined the Women's March on N.Y.C. against President Donald Trump.
Head of L.A.'s Simon Wiesenthal Center tells Haaretz that refusing it would cause 'ill will' toward Jews, criticizes Rep. John Lewis and other Democrats boycotting the ceremony.
If by chance the radical left begins raising its head in the Israeli body politic anytime soon, this tome will become an important point of reference.
Interior Ministry says nine Venezuelan converts haven't been active in Jewish community long enough to be allowed in Israel, but documents obtained by Haaretz show this is not the case.