Locals tell Haaretz hate speech becomes a near-daily occurrence
- Chinese Premier says Hong Kong not yet out of protest 'dilemma' (Reuters)
- U.S. special envoy for North Korea urges Pyongyang to return offers of talks (Reuters)
- 304 people killed in Iran protests in November, Amnesty says (DPA)
- Senate Democratic leader asks for testimony in Trump impeachment trial from White House (Reuters)
- Protests turn violent for 2nd day in Lebanon's capital (AP)
Organization doesn’t want to extend Zeev Rotstein’s contract, but government officials praise his role in turning around the financially distressed institution
The party is sticking with Gesher in joint slate for March election, but has not yet decided if it will hold a leadership primary to oust chairman Amir Peretz
WATCH Trump Touts Same Story About Israel Four Times, Each Time Mentioning a Different Jewish Friend
On at least four occasions over the past few months, Trump has told the same story about U.S. policy befitting Israel, each time featuring a different Jewish figure
The Jewish National Fund Is Trying to Kick a Palestinian Family Out of Their Home. The Court Stopped It – for Now
Court rules that the Sumreen family may stay in its East Jerusalem house until the case it settled. JNF, backed by settler group Elad, argues that it owns the building
Signs designed to fight anti-Semitism with the inscription 'Du Jude' alongside a picture of a rag and a bird with a large beak appear at first glance as demeaning
Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce both excel in a film that reimagines a recent crisis in the Catholic church. What are the chances of a sequel set in the Jewish world?
Over one-third of Israel’s territory is designated as army firing zones. What happens when the Israel National Trail passes through one?