At GA, Isaac Herzog promises help fund Hebrew language courses for Jews outside Israel in order to create a common language for dialogue
Human Rights Watch describes how the Gaza and West Bank regimes suppress dissent, using arbitrary arrest that contravenes basic Palestinian law ■ Palestinian authorities claim they obey the laws
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Blinded by a two-state idealism Palestinians themselves no longer consider realistic, Palestine has become a European project that won't achieve justice
For many Israeli Jews, we, the Arabs of Israel, are a fifth column. For West Bank Palestinians, we're sellout traitors, lucky survivors, but never true Palestinians
Like many other U.S. Jews, I felt thrilled relief at the outcome of the 1967 Six-Day War. Meeting Palestinians in West Bank villages after Israel's victory changed all that
Diaspora Jews, parachuting in to ‘end the occupation’, don’t suffer the consequences of their own actions. Israelis and Palestinians will
I am a Palestinian millennial, a generation shaped by checkpoints, brutality and frustration. I ask Israelis: Will you choose complicity or justice?
In speech recorded for left-wing party Meretz event marking 50 years to the Israeli occupation, Bernie Sanders says peace means security for both Israelis and Palestinians
The Six-Day War distorted the justice system so that it became, in part, a tool that judicially sanitizes the occupation
'People draw up plans, at no stage was the detonation of an atomic bomb even close,' historian Adam Raz notes
Three years before his death in 2004, former Chief of Staff Zvi Tzur discussed the 'Samson option.' ■ Newly-released files also reveal Israeli fears of Egyptian strikes on its nuclear reactor
Fifteen contractors were called for an urgent mission at the end of the Six-Day War: Demolish the Mughrabi neighborhood to provide access to the Kotel. Fifty years later, their stories have come to light
'The Six-Day War is what clinched the deal for me': Five Jewish immigrants from English-speaking countries look back on 50 years, in hope, satisfaction and disappointment too
In her new book 'City on a Hilltop,' Sara Yael Hirschhorn explains how 1960s idealism and activism deeply informed the American Jews who began settling in the occupied territories in the '70s.
How does a nice Jewish boy from Brooklyn end up blowing off the legs of the PLO mayor of Nablus?
Thought the battle over 1967 was lost? And for Israel's democratic character? Wrong. Here are are a sample of the protests, court cases and acts of nonviolent defiance since the start of this anniversary year.
The Western Wall Tunnels symbolized the chronic chaos of Netanyahu’s first government. Today he’s returning there for a cabinet meeting – more confident than ever
Analysis Israel Just Got a Rare Offer to Defuse Temple Mount Tensions. It Will Most Likely Reject It
Jerusalem Islamic authority's offer to renew coordination could benefit all sides, but experts say Israel, which currently has the upper hand, is unlikely to take it
Two open letters, published the same day in the Israeli press, a mere three months after the Six-Day War, presented a fork in the road regarding the territories
Haaretz’s Jerusalem correspondent covered the story of the city’s unification in the wake of the Six-Day War. Fifty years later he revisits the the dramatic decision that changed the face of the Middle East