A newspaper has to give its readers a faithful and relevant picture of reality and help the reader form his own opinions.
Haaretz publisher Amos Schocken responds to critics who took the newspaper to task for editorial blasting an art school for censoring a nude painting of an Israeli minister.
The growing delegitimization of Israel is this country's own handiwork. Should Israel decide to end apartheid, it will return to being legitimate in every respect.
The prime minister says he is willing to resume talks with the Palestinians, but all of his actions suggest otherwise.
Partition is needed not to achieve peace with the Palestinians, but to avert the failure of the Zionist vision of a Jewish and democratic state.
'If you are interested in Israel, this is the smart thing to do. If you care about Israel, it is also the right thing to do.'
Those who present themselves as supporters of the two-state solution, but who insist on demanding recognition of a nation-state, are acting to perpetuate the occupation and settlement.
If a Palestinian state signs a peace treaty with Israel without recognizing Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people, will it be licensed to do bad things?
Marking the first anniversary of Haaretz's digital subscription, a personal message to our loyal readers, in Israel and abroad.
Schocken answers questions concerning the new design, layout, and subscription services available at Haaretz.com.