Between the government’s insulting gestures and their implementation lies a time-tested innovation dreamed up by the Jewish brain – the bureaucracy of Israel’s Civil Administration in the West Bank
Israelis have no reason to believe that peace is more important to Netanyahu than his own political survival
Fear of the U.S. president's unexpected reactions is helping Netanyahu mobilize forces to block the ministers of the extreme right. This is good news
There are things a fresh coat of paint — applied to the walls of the Prime Minister's Residence in Trump's honor — can't hide
The recent horrific attack by 'evil losers', in Trump's words, won't swing the UK election. But will the U.S. president's hazardous position provide them a different win?
Trump wants to play peacemaker, but he has a weak opening position: zero credibility among Palestinians, thanks to his aversion to the words 'Palestinian state' and 'Israeli occupation'
Deputy Speaker Bezalel Smotrich's admiration for the biblical genocidaire Joshua bin Nun leads him to adopt values that resemble those of the German SS
Despite what some disillusioned flatterers are saying, Ehud Barak isn’t the man to fight the good fight against Netanyahu’s rotten right-wing regime
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 main event is the Rikudegalim “flag dance” in the afternoon, which attracts mainly young members of the religious Zionist community
After so many years of disappointments and unfulfilled promises, the Palestinians didn’t expected any positive surprises