Negev Coexistence Forum has agreed to vacate premises in exchange for the Be'er Sheva Municipality slashing a whopping tax bill
Jews and Arabs
Rabbi Yehuda Sarna's hope is to nurture a structured community in the Muslim country, so that paid staff, including a full-time rabbi, could one day take over
A deputy attorney general admitted that this 'might be a mistake that we in the Justice Ministry are responsible for'
Marie Nachmias escaped the German invasion of Tunisia and had nearly 100 biological descendants, but it's the dozens of foster children she took in that earned her the honor of lighting an Independence Day torch
Local Muslim American Society chapter program featured children vowing to 'defend Palestine with their bodies' and 'liberate our lands'
Most of the audience was from the cultural elite that is currently fighting for its life, which has no connection to the demonstrators outside, as if they were residents of two different galaxies
‘I’m hoping people in Gaza will get a different idea about Israelis - and vice versa,’ Gazan organizer tells Haaretz; protesters call participants 'Nazis' and 'traitors'
Ruling comes after hearing petition from Israeli NGO against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to bar entry to all 181 applicants
The mayor of the northern town of Afula has also pushed through a city council vote that would keep out of a park Arabs from nearby villages
The unique joint Memorial Day ceremony brings Israelis and Palestinians on both sides together to mourn and acknowledge each other’s grief for loved ones killed in the conflict
Israel admits it: The military is in the West Bank to protect settlements. The notion that we want peace is old fake news
Representation of the Arab community in soccer is on the rise. The meaning of this goes beyond pure sports
A new exhibition features religiously observant Jewish and Palestinian women artists, who are struggling for legitimacy in both societies
Three hospitals admit in court that this is their policy, claiming they do so 'at the women's request'
‘Weaponizing the Mizrahim’ Why Reparation Claims by Jews Who Fled Arab Countries Could Derail U.S. Peace Plan
Jews who were forced to leave countries such as Iraq, Morocco and Egypt in 1948 have waged a long battle to receive compensation for their lost homes and possessions — but how did that become a stumbling block in any final status accord with the Palestinians?
New Israel Fund CEO: 'Only a government with something to hide would work this hard to keep out those with whom it disagrees'
Court rejects families’ appeal that Jerusalem Municipality left them no choice but to build illegally
A real alternative to replace Netanyahu’s rule has arisen: Kahol Lavan. The main question now is how to influence it and also how to build an alternative to it
Artifacts now on display at a Tel Aviv museum tell the story of flourishing communities in Arab countries and Iran, who sought refuge in Israel in its early years
While the Group of Seven nations saw eye to eye on most issues discussed during a two-day meeting, they were unable to bridge core differences
Omani minister says Israel 'doesn't feel secure about its future as a non-Arab country' in the region
Tamer Nafar, who defines himself as a Palestinian citizen of Israel, releases new video urging Arab youth not to boycott the upcoming Israeli election
‘My biggest fear is what will be forgotten,’ says one of the women whose photos appear in a new book about Umm al-Hiran – the village that's being demolished so that a Jewish town can be built on its land