The Israeli army has volunteered, to neither its credit nor ours, to turn itself into a propaganda machine, far exceeding its role. Can new chief of staff be any different to his predecessors?
The West Bank assailant was shot at the scene by another soldier before he could do any harm
Israel says 15-year-old girl can’t leave Gaza for tests 'until her brothers return,' and her story is no exception
Bradley Burston discusses his recent visit to the West Bank and how he's resolved not to remain silent; PLUS: Danielle Ziri reports from the Women's March. Listen free.
Somehow, 16-year-old Fawaz Abed wasn’t killed. Border Police shot him in the head at short range near his home in El Bireh, and may also have kicked him, eyewitnesses say. Emergency surgery saved his life
I find myself grateful to Benny Morris. In his blindness and his pessimism, he has once again reminded me of the hope that exists
The opening of the new 'apartheid road' connecting Jerusalem with its northern settlements was met with silence. Right-wing politicians are no longer afraid of a response, they know the world will remain indifferent
A wild militaristic orgy is now at its height, as it was back then, following the 1967 Six-Day War
The army details how many Palestinians are tried in military court and for what, but does not give the criteria for the scale of its fines or their breakdown
Discussions with and among soldiers provide Freudian treasures to scholars of Israeli colonialism
The settlements have no raison d’etre without a strong, constant connection to Israel. The new road won’t whitewash the settlements and it won’t make the Palestinians disappear
An unsettling new Breaking the Silence tour focuses on the history of the occupation. Every Israeli and visitor who cares about what’s happening here has take it
The Israelization of 137,000 dunams (nearly 34,000 acres) of Palestinian land deepens every time its legal owners, their children and grandchildren are denied entry
More West Bank farmers whose land near the separation barrier is their livelihood, property and savings, are now denied access to it, due to Israel's 'updated criteria'
Fahima and Jihad Hirsheh, like many of their neighbors, are fighting for their right to cultivate their land on the other side of the West Bank separation barrier. As a consolation, they grow vegetables on their roof
For some of his works, David Reeb goes out into the field, films Palestinian demonstrations and turns them into paintings. He tells Haaretz about the process
The nonprofit group Ofek Lehityashvut receives hundreds of thousands of shekels in public funds, sources say
Two prominent writers and a translator say goodbye to friend and colleague Amos Oz, who with great prescience described the ills of occupation already in 1967
Amos railed against the occupation from the very beginning, even if he took a symmetrical approach to the Israelis and Palestinians – a symmetry that never existed
A Palestinian scrap metal collector was returning to his West Bank town after burning wires when Israeli Border Police apparently signaled him to stop. When he continued to drive, they sprayed his car with bullets
The great writer, men of action like myself, and the rest of us are responsible for stopping the mad dash toward messianic zealotry, racism and darkness
Netanyahu was the one-state visionary. The struggle for its character lies with those who will follow him
In the midst of Israeli raids last week, Palestinian intelligence tried to arrest a Bir Zeit university student over a Facebook post. The fight that ensued among students showed just how weary everyone's nerves were
The adviser calls for reexamining the bill, which would grant authority to the division over 'rural settlements' and land in the West Bank, without providing an exception for Palestinian communities
Salah Barghouti woke up with one leg amputated and the other cuffed to his hospital bed. His arrest warrant was later revoked
During the British Mandate, we wanted the British out, and we shot them, hanged them, and blew them up. If they had had women and children here, we would have killed them, too
And unfortunately, in Ofra, Hebron and all the territories occupied in the 1967 war, Israel is a nation and army of occupation
Birthright revises contract with participants in bid to avert future anti-occupation protests, saying it rejects any attempt to manipulate trip's 'open climate'
Opinion Young American Jews Would Engage More With Israel if Birthright Stopped Lying About the Occupation
Showing the truth won’t alienate Birthright trip participants from Israel. But offering a sanitized, whitewashed Israel patronizes young Jews’ curiosity and intelligence – and sets them up for dissonance and disengagement