He was a South African freedom fighter. She was from the Israeli aristocracy. An archive discovered in Tel Aviv sheds light on Arthur Goldreich and Tamar de Shalit's contradiction-rife lives
The last thing the glorious history of political hunger striking needs is this video clip of the Palestinian leader sneaking a candy bar in jail
A boycott worthy of the name – one that's economic, cultural, sports-related and applies to tourism – is the most legitimate, human and philo-Semitic way in the enlightened world to try to save Israel from itself.
The arrival of presidents and prime ministers from across the world for the funeral will officially make Peres one of the world’s great men, in the same league as Mandela.
Denis Goldberg, aided by Israel in 1985 release from S.A. prison, says even Israel's treatment of Arab citizens counts as apartheid.
Jewish leader criticizes 'audacity' of comparing Barghouti to Nelson Mandela, who was sentenced to prison 'for his opinions - not his actions.'
They may not have single-handedly felled apartheid, but sanctions were a powerful psychological weapon against the propaganda and inertia of those in power. BDS could do the same to Israel.
Deputy president says maintaining relations gives country 'leverage' over Israel's actions.
A panel discussion on the legacy of the late South African leader gains new relevance amid falling Hamas rockets and Israeli air strikes.
The South African writer was long-time member of Mandela's African National Congress.
A Birthright milestone; Mandela's legacy and Israel; helping asylum seekers in south Tel Aviv.
Last apartheid president warns that without deal, 'the two-state solution will become impossible.'
Now that Mandela's memorial service is over, Thamsanqa Jantjie gets his second 15 minutes of fame – in a quirky ad for live-streaming app LiveLens.
Last leader of apartheid praises day as 'our proudest moment as South Africans' but chides current leadership for increasing racial discrimination.
It is the status quo - and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's role in preserving it - that is turning Israel into an apartheid state.
South African officials want the miniature bunny tucked into the ear of a new 29.5 foot sculpture of the former president removed.
He missed Mandela's funeral, citing cost. Now Israel is sending the PM and entourage to one of the most expensive destinations in the world.
The media coverage of anniversaries in the U.S. and Israel reveals how differently each country relates publicly to tragedy and loss.
Israel’s diplomatic debacle over Nelson Mandela’s memorial service was Haaretz’s top-read story in 2013, but violent protests against Women of the Wall got the year rolling.
Shows agency unwittingly trained ANC leader in 1962. Mandela Foundation says it's found no evidence of such connection.
It is true that hundreds of thousands mourned Mandela this week, passed before his casket and filled stadiums. But an alternative reality has risen here, far from all the ceremonies and speeches.
Top-secret archive document also reveals that Mandela was 'familiar with the problems of Jewry and of Israel' and that Israeli operatives tried to 'make him a Zionist.'
The unknown story of how Israel secretly trained anti-apartheid activists in 'judo, sabotage and weaponry,' including Nelson Mandela himself.
Israel would like to forget its dealings with apartheid South Africa and South American dictators. Nelson Mandela reminded us that we can’t.
Pro-boycott activists leading campaigns against Israel will not be the reason the country eventually changes course.
From the Arab states that provided the African National Congress with military training, to those who supplied oil to Pretoria: responses to apartheid South Africa differed wildly across the Arab world.
South African Jews in Australia remember Mandela's historic rise to power and lament the crime and corruption that took hold afterward.
Anyone who hears the prime minister's words, sees the sign language and continues to believe that he’s being told the truth, could reasonably claim schizophrenia.
Mandela's death triggered a media avalanche which has debased the South African leader's memory while inaccurately singling out Israel for its support of apartheid.
The road to reconciliation in South Africa, although not strewn with roses, is alive and kicking. Here we are still stalling.