The richest person in Israel has always been keen to support pro-Israel Republicans. None fit the bill better than Nikki Haley
- Strong earthquake hits southern China; injuries reported (AP)
- Egypt's former president Mohamed Morsi has died in court (Reuters)
- Teens stand in cage outside UN HQ to protest U.S. immigration policy (Reuters)
- Netanyahu taps far-right leaders as education, transportation ministers (Haaretz)
- Iran says it dismantled a CIA cyber spying network, brought to arrest of agents (Reuters)
Palestinians say that ruling in favor of Defense Ministry sets precedent for destruction of thousands of structures in the West Bank
Contender for chairman hails 'first step on the road to renewal' of left-wing party ■ Jewish-Arab duo quits race to back incumbent
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Jewish settlers were filmed at a Palestinian wedding. Their host was fired by Fatah and denounced for facilitating a 'despicable act.' Why won't the Israeli left call out this obstacle to peace and coexistence?
In 1932, Haaretz's reporter in Berlin was sent to cover a libel trial in which the Nazi leader was sued by one of his opponents. Hitler made a good impression, the reporter noted, paving the way for decades of fake news
Being a Woman of Color in Israel: This Female Author Is Explaining Mizrahi Identity to English Readers
Ayelet Tsabari’s memoir, ‘The Art of Leaving,’ offers a rare narrative about a globe-trotting woman of color who flees home. Now that she has reconciled with her Yemenite roots and (partially) with Israel, she explains what drove her away