Portman said 'recent events in Israel' have been 'extremely distressing,' making it uncomfortable for her to participate in any public events in Israel
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According to Palestinian news websites, Fadi al-Batash was ambushed at the entrance to a mosque and shot at close range by two unidentified motorcyclists who fled
War of words erupts between Nickolay Mladenov and former IDF spokesman over fatal shooting of 15-year-old Palestinian during border protest. Trump envoy Greenblatt says Israel has launched investigation of the incident
In the Israeli health system, racism is economically worthwhile. A conversation with the director of public outreach at Physicians for Human Rights Israel
'The mistreatment of those suffering from today's atrocities is simply not in line with my Jewish values. Because I care about Israel, I must stand up against violence, corruption, inequality and abuse of power'
The country says it's making the move to shift its national focus and improve its economy ■ Trump commends decision in tweet, says 'look forward to our summit' ■ China welcomes the country's nuke suspension
The statement follows harsh condemnation from UN coordinator in Mideast peace plan calling the shooting of teenager Mohammed Ayoub 'outrageous'
All the 15 Duvdevan members who have fallen in the line of duty have been killed in training accidents or by friendly fire. Now veterans of the unit are finally getting help to cope
The report seems to demonstrate the Trump administration's approach towards Israel and the Palestinians, seeking input on human rights violation accusations mainly from the Israeli government
Campaign to oppose hatred comes after Israeli Arab wearing skullcap as 'experiment' was attacked in Berlin
Jerusalem-born Natalie Portman pulls out of Israel award citing 'distressing recent events' | How Michael Lynton became Snap Chairman
Abusive graffiti found painted, tires slashed and olive trees destroyed in West Bank villages
UN Mideast envoy blasts Israel's 'outrageous' killing of minor Palestinian at Gaza protest, calls for investigation
Brig. Gen. Hossein Salami says 'Israel is surrounded and you have nowhere to escape to except to fall into the sea'
The exaggerated display of nationalist rhetoric showed how fundamentally insecure Israelis are about this place and about being in this place
Source says Genesis Prize Foundation believes actress will donate money as planned ■ Israeli culture minister blasts Portman, says she's been manipulated by anti-Israel activists
President says prime minister did not consult him before submitting draft proposal to cabinet and that move could only occur after peace process completed
Which Israeli prime minister had the most vision, who made history with average charisma and whose integrity brought his or her score down badly? Historians and other experts help Haaretz figure it out
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: The organizer of the Porny Days festival talks about her effort to 'inject broader meaning into porn'
At its peak during the 1920s, the Jewish community in this Suez Canal city numbered almost 1,000 people. Efforts are being made to preserve their legacy before it’s too late
Russian foreign minister also says the recent U.S.-led airstrikes negate any 'moral obligation' to stop supplying Assad with weapons
'According with assessments of the situation, the air force has decided to tailor the participation of its planes,' says IDF spokesperson. This is the first time the air force was to have participated in Red Flag Alaska
‘Your future is in your hands,’ the leaflets say, as protests and riots expected Friday afternoon along the border for the fourth consecutive week
Israel's Independence cannot be celebrated fully until we ignore the feelings of around one-fifth of the population - the Arabs of Israel
For Palestinian historians researching the 1948 exodus of their people, the greatest challenge is getting access to the few surviving documents of the period: most are locked away in Israeli archives
The first commercial movie theater opens under a push by the crown prince to modernize the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom
Israel fell to England 8-7 in the final game of the five-part series between the European powers Sunday at Shapira Field in Netanya
If the U.S. leaves Syria in the hands of Russia and Iran, this is bad news for Israel
After suddenly leaving the museum, Trayon White says the visit 'has given me the chance to meet a lot of great Jews'
Just as Israel’s African refugees at last saw a flicker of justice, another callous deportation crisis erupted in Britain. That sudden feeling of being unwanted in the place you consider home? We know it too
Spring is in the air, which means that the annual Jacob’s Ladder Festival is right around the corner and
The Independence Day torch-lighting ceremony was a blatant, thuggish, shameful act of high-level fraud on live prime-time television
There have generally been three ways in which women have entered Israel’s history books: as artists, martyrs or grieving mothers. Feminist historians are working for the state’s hidden figures to get the recognition they deserve
It’s often said that our intellectuals are defaming Israel and are addicted to hating it. Actually, most of them are so loyal it’s embarrassing
Earlier reports said Bashar Assad's regime reached a compromise with militants in areas around the capital, but warplanes bombard Hajr al-Aswad neighborhood and the Yarmouk Palestinian camp
Under Pressure and Embarrassed, Milchan Refused Requests for Luxury Gifts From Netanyahu and His Wife
Milchan told police he initially did not see the gifts to Netanyahu and his wife as tantamount to bribes, but as requests gradually increased he felt they had gone too far
Speaking at the ceremony, Minister Naftali Bennett says 'not only the right loves the land of Israel and not only the left seeks peace. Both aspire for the best of the state'
Proposal comes after visit to Bucharest by Israel's deputy foreign minister, who told Romanian counterpart U.S. embassy move will form 'historic window of opportunity'
An IDF General in the Crosshairs: Islamic Jihad Releases Menacing Video Ahead of Friday's Gaza Protest
'You’re killing our people in cold blood and think that you’re protected,' Gaza group says in video ahead of weekly border demonstration
Korean and U.S. scientists find we and chimps have amped-up fight-or-flight reactions written into our DNA, and so do some bonobos, which may be the result of a genetic reaction to the threat of slaughter
Twenty-five years ago this month, Benjamin Netanyahu released ‘A Place Among the Nations.’ It remains the blueprint to his policies and the key to understanding today’s Israel
The 'Procession of Return' commemorates the Nakba and calls to attention the rights of Arabs uprooted from their villages during the 1948 Israeli-Arab war
In the video, which has gone viral on social media, the woman shrieks and weeps as she is thrown to the ground. Authorities are said to have ordered an investigation
And if they haven't gotten laid, fruit flies demonstrate a desire to get drunk. Studying pleasure in Drosophila neurons could help us better understand and treat the mechanisms of addiction in humans brain, researchers say
F-35 warplanes cross paths with transport planes, helicopter gunships, foreign air force jet fighters, police choppers and modern civilian aircraft
The suicidal ant C. Explodens blows itself up when attacked, spraying victims with toxic glue that binds them together forever more
The victim donned a traditional Jewish skullcap as an 'experiment' after being told it was not safe to wear one in Germany
Iraqi air force used F-16 jets to cross into Syria and carry out the strikes
Put your knowledge of Israel to the test, with the Haaretz.com Independence Day trivia challenge
Amid debate over anti-Semitism in the U.K., author responds to tweet claiming 'Judaism is a religion not a race' — and grows increasingly frustrated
Youths were apparently motivated by the recent evacuation of an unauthorized outpost during which residents threw stones at troops led by Col. Gilad Amit
Semiconductor giant Intel brings advanced technology to Israel in a beautiful display at the country's 70th anniversary
Warsaw pays homage to hundreds of Jewish fighters who rebelled against the Nazis despite knowing they were doomed
Explosives found in truck trying to cross the West Bank's Reihan Crossing, cargo marked as 'intended for border communities'
'The Israeli Defense Forces and the Israel Police have a long history of violence and harm against Palestinian people and Jews of Color,' according to the petition brought to Durham's City Council
The melancholic atmosphere of Memorial Day ended abruptly at sundown as Israel's 70th Independence Day celebrations began ■ President Rivlin thanks U.S. for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital
'We have no better friends anywhere,' Trump tweets, and alludes to the upcoming embassy move to Jerusalem; White House shares video of the president during his 2017 visit at the Western Wall
Not only do Palestinian journalists who document demonstrations get shot by the Israeli military, now they are also denied proper medical care. The case of photojournalist Ahmed Abu Hassin is the latest example
According to the police, the man set off the flames to 'sow discord' between the large Arab and Jewish communities of the southern city of Lod
American-Israeli basketball coach David Blatt weighs in on his hopes to return to the NBA and his experience coaching a Turkish team and... avoids questions on his relationship with Lebron James
A.B. Yehoshua, one of Israel's staunchest fighters for the two-state solution, lays out a proposal for an Israeli-Palestinian partnership
A Second Chance Israel Police Set to Expunge Records of 300,000 Israelis in Independence Day Initiative
The measure is meant to give suspects of minor crimes 'a fresh start,' said Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich on the surprise decision
Tamika Mallory bashed the group and called her followers to boycott Starbucks after the coffee giant included ADL in its anti-bias training
From smuggling immigrants into Mandatory Palestine to working in underground bullet factories, these seven men and women all played a role in establishing the Jewish state. They recount their war stories and reflect on whether Israel has lived up to their hopes
'Jewish Man' Attacked in Berlin Admits He's an Israeli-Arab Who Didn't Believe Germany Was anti-Semitic
Germany's Merkel condemned the attack, after the video went viral and stoked discussion of anti-Semitism in Germany
A birthday is an opportunity for introspection and self-examination. A strong and proud Israel must ask itself where it is headed
Stashed underground in boxes and milk cans by a clandestine group of Jewish archivists, the thousands of surviving papers document life and death in the doomed ghetto
Kamel Abu Amara indicted for alleged 'concerted activity in support of ISIS' and for agreeing to carry out an attack at army headquarters
This is the first public movie theater to open in 40 years in a push by the crown prince to open up the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom
'Developments in Syria have made it urgent to switch to new executive system in order make our country stronger,' Turkish president says
The apparent hate crime took place in a trendy neighborhood in the German capital that is also popular with Israelis
Haley's statement that Washington was preparing new sanctions on Russia was followed by Kudlow's clarification that those sanctions were 'under consideration, but have not been determined'
The advance of Assad forces only heralds a new era of regime repression and score-settling in the territories formerly held by opposition forces
A young woman of African descent who used to wander around the grounds is suspected of being connected to the vandalism, though there's no comment whether it was part of a hate crime
After living 17 years in East Jerusalem, Ibtisam Abid was separated from her husband and three children, and expelled to the West Bank
It’s quite possible to expect that in 30 years, Israelis and Palestinians will tend towards more individualism in their goals, while their willingness to become martyrs or die for the homeland will decrease
Speaking at a military cemetery in Tel Aviv, Defense Minister Lieberman said: 'We're not looking for adventures, but when it comes to the security of Israel and its citizens, there will be no compromise'
Conservative lawmakers were keen to say they were not political point-scoring in the debate, when Jewish Labour lawmakers listed the abuse they had received on social media
Obama’s lawyers never thought Trump would be the next White House incumbent, or that it would be Bolton whispering in his ear. If they had, maybe they wouldn’t have corroded the U.S.’s commitment to following international law before launching military strikes abroad
Trump's Secretary of State pick and the North Korean leader met in North Korea in early April ■ Trump believes there is 'a lot of goodwill'
Syria blames false alarm on 'joint electronic attack' by Israel, U.S. ■ Erdogan, Rohani agree to maintain Turkey, Iran, Russia cooperation in Syria ■ Chemical arms inspectors enter Douma
FULL TEXT 'Israel Is a Fortress, but Not Yet a Home': David Grossman's Memorial Day Speech to Bereaved Israelis and Palestinians
Grossman's own son Uri was killed in combat in the Second Lebanon War in 2006
According to Wall Street Journal report, attack drones weren't the only target - Netanyahu conferred with Trump before ordering strike on Tor missile system at T4 base in Syria
We haven't changed in the last 70 years: labor discipline is still not our forte. But the world changed and came to need our unique skill set.
The entire region quailed before King Sennacherib, known for horribly torturing rebel monarchs, but he didn't kill King Hezekiah. Inquiring minds have been asking why ever since
Fighter jets and bombers fly overhead on National Army Day as Rohani tells Tehran crowd and a live TV audience that Iran's forces pose no threat to its neighbors
Last October Lazio fans littered the stadium with images of Anne Frank wearing the jersey of arch rival team 'Roma', intended as an insult. Despite the outrage those stickers provoked, they are doing it yet again
Historian says Yaakov Fadida, who died while helping to defend Tiberias in 1948, deserves Israel's highest medal
Infants, pregnant women and people with immune deficiencies are particularly susceptible to the serious and contagious viral disease
Whether it’s a pilot who crashed on the Gaza front or a soldier who may never have even existed, a special unit in the Israeli army doesn’t stop looking
LawGeex secures $12 million for automated contract approval ■ Applitools raises $31 million for applications-engineering technology
Mellanox turns in better-than-expected results for its first quarter ■ Foamix raises $16 million from New York fund OrbiMed ■ Tel Aviv shares up ahead of holiday weekend
Surgery on socialism in 1985 was a success, but side effects of poverty, inequality still felt
Plan also calls for 30% of bourse to be sold in initial public offering in fourth quarter
The West Bank has become Israel’s identity card. For her 70th, Israel should build strong borders - and stop capitulating to the settler minority
Reflections on Israeli independence day, the Nakba and how the thugs of tribal and religious nationalism from both peoples are tightly grasping the fabric of the land
In a self-published interview, the former Smiths frontman described kosher food production as 'very cruel' and called for its prohibition
45 years later, he would be amazed by a powerful army and flourishing economy but stunned by growing hate, degraded democracy and arrogant, inciting leaders
Speaking in Jerusalem, Reuven Rivlin calls for a society which 'will not allow every split to strike root among us' ■ IDF chief of staff: 'Atop the walls of the land stands a formidable army'