Funneling monies to settlements is the most successful sustained smuggling operation in Israel's history. The Haaretz probe of tax deductible private U.S. donations is part of a nascent, widening campaign for transparency.
The Haaretz investigation spotlights how settlements are growing courtesy of the U.S. tax code, and rekindles debate over tax-exempt charities in the United States.
Haaretz follows the trail of private U.S. donor funds from the bustling streets of Brooklyn to the deserted alleys of Hebron and into the pockets of Jewish terrorists and their families.
Explore the complete list of organizations at the center of Haaretz investigation into the tax-free U.S. donations that have enriched the settlements by more than $220 million in five years.
Blau used U.S. and Israeli tax records to connect the dots between American tax-exempt charities and their Israeli beneficiaries operating over the Green Line.
Researchers fear the mandatory social studies curriculum could drive students to take violent actions to advance the building of the Third Temple.
Haaretz investigation reveals pro-settlement and right-wing groups have a poor record when it comes to following rules on donor transparency.
'If anyone thinks the Palestinians’ frustration and rage are the result of incitement alone, the numbers and facts on the ground show otherwise,' charges Jerusalem city councilor Laura Wharton.
The NGO Ateret Cohanim is cooperating with the government to establish a whole Jewish quarter inside the Silwan neighborhood.
Projects in Jerusalem settlement Ramat Shlomo and neighborhood Ramot had long been frozen for fear of international backlash.
'If current situation continues, it's not clear how long Palestinian Authority can survive,' secretary of state says at Washington D.C. event.
After the arson that killed a mother, father and toddler in Duma, everyone is talking about fear of settlers. With reports of arrests, there are now questions about how fair the trial can be.
On the occasion of the 68th anniversary of the Partition Plan, a comprehensive survey of the resolution's place in Israel's history and its demographic ramifications today.
The West Bank’s division into 'territorial capsules' makes it hard for Palestinians to mass against Israeli aggression; instead, there are 'lone-wolf stabbers.'
The separation fence dividing Israelis and Palestinians in the West Bank cuts off villages from towns, and towns from cities. Now, it is also separating nursing ewes from their lambs.