Thought the battle over 1967 was lost? And for Israel's democratic character? Wrong. Here are are a sample of the protests, court cases and acts of nonviolent defiance since the start of this anniversary year.
For Netanyahu, the clock is ticking towards payday for Trump's hasbara-heavy Israel trip. Can he afford the price tag dangling from Trump's promise to be Israel's 'best friend'?
The light sentence handed to a contractor and two laborers is another example of Israel's disregard for worker safety and disrespect for human life
Six decades after the infamous 1948 Arab ambush of a medical convoy, which left 73 doctors and nurses dead, I heard an eye-witness account of loss – and hope
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked is scapegoating a top civil servant, Deputy Attorney General Dina Zilber, whose politics are right-wing, but evidently not right-wing enough
The U.S. president is capable of putting pressure on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Unfortunately, the Israeli premier is a past master at resisting efforts to talk peace
The weakness of Netanyahu and his cabinet before Trump naturally arouses empathy. Nevertheless, it’s hard to avoid comparisons to other periods in Israeli history, and especially that period whose 50th anniversary is now being celebrated
Alluring and repulsive, spiritual and cynical – Jerusalem is a city of peace without a single corner free of disputes. Never has a city been so reunited, yet so torn apart
Letters to the Editor Haaretz Reported on Abuse of Gay Men in Chechnya. Russia Was Not Pleased and Wrote Us Back
The press attaché to the Russian embassy in Israel responds to recent reports: 'The Russian system of government is of a democratic nature and we call to rely on objective and reliable data – and not on rumors and speculation'
The Norwegian author, best known for autobiographical epic 'My Struggle,' will accept the award at the Jerusalem International Book Fair in June
Intention is that foreign fighters 'do not survive the fight' to return home, says U.S. defense secretary