'I’m pro-Israel, but we must treat the Palestinian people as well with the respect and dignity that they deserve,' Sanders says
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Trump administration on Monday abandoned the position held by the United States for four decades that the settlements were 'inconsistent with international law'
'The Holy See supports the right of the State of Israel to live in peace and security within borders recognised by the international community and supports the same right for the Palestinian people'
By attaching themselves to the U.S. president’s legacy, the settlers risk payback from a Democratic successor
Pompeo's announcement that Israeli settlements don't violate international law accentuates growing partisan divide on Israel, as Republicans embrace controversial move
This policy shift is the latest in a series of Trump administration moves that weaken Palestinian claims to statehood
Danon attacked recent comments by Sanders, saying presidential hopeful 'undermines the security of both Israel and the U.S.'
Aline Cohen’s face is plastered across billboards, her cosmetics range sells in Israel’s biggest drugstore chains, and her mom and dad call her ‘Boss.’ Oh, and she’s achieved all of this at the age of 18 after overcoming a life-threatening injury
Mayor Bloomberg may not end up winning many votes in the Democratic primary, but he is already slated to be biggest political spender in the 2020 race and will undoubtedly change the debate
All the candidates condemned the rocket fire toward Israel, but responses show a growing gap in the party on how to address Israel and the Palestinians
'Israel has a right to defend itself against acts of terror that set back any progress towards peace,' tweeted Buttigieg who is now leading in Iowa according to latest poll
Bernie Sanders pens an essay for left-wing magazine Jewish Currents, argues that Trump’s 'own words helped inspire the worst act of antisemitic violence in American history'
Analysis From Oranges to High Tech? Netanyahu Deserves Some Credit for Israel's Thriving Economy – but That’s It
He might have saved Israel’s economy from collapse (with some help), but political machinations, and a lack of economic vision as PM have not delivered all he promised
In her new book 'With All Due Respect,' Haley says then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and then-White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told her they were trying to 'save the country'
This year's IAC conference will take place next month in Florida, which will be a critical swing state in the 2020 election
Rabin was famously, and brutally, blunt: he thought Americans like me were hopelessly naive about the Mideast. But his kind of honest leadership is missing in Israel today
Speaking at a talk hosted by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, Yair Netanyahu says 'radical fringes' took over Israeli media and hound his family
State argues against Aleksey Burkov's appeal amid Russia's reported interest in swapping an Israeli traveler jailed on drug charges for the accused man
Diamond and mining tycoon Dan Gertler has been under U.S. sanctions since 2017 for corruption, human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Opinion Israel’s Right Wing Revels in Trump’s Gifts. But the Next U.S. President Will Make Israel Pay
Democrats are wobbling on military aid for Israel. The key trigger? Trump and Netanyahu’s hyper-partisanship, which has put the future of the U.S. - Israel relationship at risk
State tenders panel to revisit issue to determine winner because it had ignored responsibility of firms in water quality scandal at Soreq A plant
Aleksey Burkov tells Haaretz he would like to see Israel accepting a Russian proposal for a prisoner swap deal between him and an Israeli woman jailed in Russia on drug charges
Family of Israeli Woman Jailed in Russia Petitions Top Court Not to Extradite Russian Hacker to U.S.
Petition charges that Russia has turned Naama Issachar into a bargaining chip in its effort to release Alexey Burkov, who is wanted in the U.S. for cyber crimes
Fellow Democratic presidential candidates Sanders, Warren and Buttigieg have all expressed some kind of openness for the previously unpopular idea
Three different positions emerged among presidential candidates on whether to use aid as a form of leverage. Sen. Michael Bennet tells Haaretz why he opposes the idea
New survey commissioned for Wednesday’s inaugural Judaism, Israel and Diaspora Conference offers fascinating snapshot of Israeli Jews’ views on God, observance and their U.S. counterparts
We need men and women from diverse occupations who will speak openly about the importance of Israel's relationship with the American Jewish community, and how it affects their personal and professional lives
Speeches by minority Senate leader, Pelosi at J Street conference are latest sign of the organization's growing influence within the Democratic Party