Furniture company's catalog published in Israel for ultra-Orthodox community deliberately left out women from pictures ■ 'This has potential to harm women,' center behind class action suit says
'This film is about education,' Nattiv says, pointing to the kind of bigotry his grandparents experienced during the Holocaust
Ministry confirms that bids for the project, aimed at helping Jews identify with the values of Shabbat, is open to Conservative and Reform groups as well
The iconic filmmaker was known for his collaborations with Gene Kelly, Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra and Fred Astaire
In debut film from Shawn Snyder, Matthew Broderick and Son of Saul's Geza Rohrig delve into Jewish grief in all its facets
British-American journalist Emma Forrest's film debut 'Untogether' features a character inspired by several Los Angeles rabbis
From dark netherworld populated by ghosts to reincarnation to multiple souls: The Jewish concept of the afterlife has been to hell and back.
'Russian Doll,' Netflix's new series by Natasha Lyonne and Amy Poehler, starts off as a decidedly Jewish black comedy, before morphing into a surprisingly moving meditation on embracing death
Documentary ‘Ask Dr. Ruth,’ which just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, is lauded by critics for its touching depiction of the 90-year-old Holocaust survivor’s amazing life story
Today marks 30 days since Amos Oz passed away. Haaretz is republishing here his text 'A full cart or an empty one,' an intellectual investigation of secular Jewish culture by one of Israel's greatest Hebrew writers
LaBeouf spent time writing the script for his semi-autobiographical 'Honey Boy' while he was being treated for substance abuse after a 2017 arrest ■ The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on Friday
The Star of David associated today with Jews, the Holocaust and Israel has other cultural and religious underpinnings.
Guy Nattiv tells Haaretz about the American neo-Nazi family and the Israeli racism that inspired his work
The Nazis looted millions of books from Jewish families during the Holocaust. German libraries’ online databases are helping put the situation right
Hilde Schramm, the daughter of Hitler's chief architect and Armaments Minister Albert Speer, came up with a plan to sell her father's paintings to fund Jewish women's creative projects in Germany
The Forward began publication in 1897 and will continue to exist online in English and Yiddish ■ 40 percent of staff laid off
CBS Studios and Israeli Keshet Studios acquired the script developed by Chabon and Ayelet Waldman
Growing number of Israeli couples who avoid the rabbinical establishment need an alternative that would guarantee their basic rights
“I was so taken aback. It was very stressful. The only thing you feel you have some power with is social media,” says Israeli swimwear designer who had an unpleasant surprise while browsing Macy’s website
Those who think that the hope for a better, different Israel died with Amos Oz did not really know him. His words were a kind of invention - so hope would not die
Has Israel become what Zionist thinkers Chaim Weizmann, Haim Nahman Bialik and Lea Goldberg envisioned?
Flemish Region passed the measure in July despite adamant objections by faith community leaders
An assignment to cover a funeral at a Hod Hasharon cemetery led photojournalist Assaf Friedman to undertake a series of images of people whose job it is prepare bodies for their final resting place
With a staff of six, some of them not even in Israel, the Hungarian-language newspaper Új Kelet is published every other month. After being bought by a vegan 'hipster', the veteran paper is turning to a younger, wider audience
In an interview with Haaretz, the acclaimed historian behind ‘The Story of the Jews’ explains why he considers it his duty to speak out on hot political subjects, whether that be Trump, Brexit or right-wing Israeli politicians
The story behind Sinatra's hand-knit yarmulke was untold until now
Or, why new novels by Gary Shteyngart and Meg Wolitzer, and nonfiction books on the Mossad and the Kishinev pogrom, should make your end-of-year reading list
Five leaders of the radical ultra-Orthodox Lev Tahor group have been nabbed; sect has faced allegations of kidnapping, child abuse and sexual abuse
Ramon, who lost husband Ilan in the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, asked to be cremated to spare her family another funeral ■ Rabbi tells family that when someone requests not to be buried 'they are not listened to'
Swedish pop sensation Army of Lovers scandalized sexual convention in the '90s. But one member of the band, now living in Tel Aviv, doesn’t miss stardom. He only wants to do yoga in the sun