Centrist Yesh Atid party leader veering rightward as possibility of early elections grows.
'Today, too, Persians are trying to destroy us, but today, too, they won’t succeed,' the Israeli leader told children on the Purim holiday — in his latest effort to deflect attention from his own problems.
Capt. (res.) Ziv Shilon convenes the gathering in the aftermath of the divisions created over the manslaughter conviction of Sgt. Elor Azaria, who killed an incapacitated Palestinian assailant.
120 members from Women Wage Peace will stand there every week, each one holding a sign with the name of a single Knesset member. The goal, said one of the group’s leaders, is to get Israel's 120 lawmakers thinking about peace.
Haaretz meets up with some foreign tourists to find out what brought them to Israel, what they think of the country - and why one man decided to walk from France to Jerusalem.
High Court to hear petition from lesbian couples with children that have just one of their mothers listed on their birth certificates.
Netanyahu’s challenger has managed to move deceptively between cynicism and Zionism, moralism and double standards, in the efforts of enticing the Israeli mainstream. Five months with Lapid on his way to unseat Netanyahu.
The leader of the centrist Yesh Atid party has managed to move deceptively between cynicism and Zionism, moralism and double standards, in the efforts of enticing the Israeli mainstream. Five months with Lapid on his way to unseat Netanyahu.
From Safed in the north to Ashdod in the south, secular and ultra-Orthodox Jews are locked in a struggle over whether stores and leisure facilities should open on Shabbat. The fighting is fierce, but neither side can claim a decisive victory.
Working during their pre-army gap year in Arab schools, 23 young Israelis realized they knew little about the narrative of 'the other' living in their midst. The result: An educational (and physical) journey that ended with plans for a coexistence-related program for their movement.