Short of Larry David reading extracts from the Talmud, this may be the most defiantly Jewish show on HBO ever. (This review contains spoilers about the entire series, which finished this week)
West Bank kidnapping
Moral Minority Readers Ask Haaretz: As a Combat Soldier, Can I Ignore Army Protocols That I Feel Are Wrong?
'Ignoring the rules feels more right to me, but I know that if everyone did that the army would disintegrate'
Ex-Defense Minister Ya’alon to Economy Minister Bennett during Operation Protective Edge: 'You won’t manage the army for me'; Bennett: 'I will if the reporting is false.'
The series, a coproduction with Keshet, will be made by the creator of ‘In Treatment’ and directed by Israeli filmmaker Joseph Cedar.
Social media like WhatsApp sent rumors flying during the June 2014 kidnapping of three teens in the West Bank.
Netanyahu calls on the international community to 'condemn the desecration of synagogues which is just another result of unending Palestinian incitement.'
Twelve investigations, exposés and special reports by Haaretz correspondents that set the news agenda this year.
While more and more study abroad programs restrict travel to West Bank, Haaretz learns that yeshiva of murdered Ezra Schwartz sent students to do community service at illegal outpost.
High-ranking Central Command officer sees attacks lasting for months, doesn't rule out further escalation; Ya'alon: Israel will expand West Bank fence.
Security agency's plea-bargain stance put on hold by military prosecutor, who fears for state security, army sources say.
More than ten cases of property damage or theft are being investigated in relation to operation to find Eyal Yifrah, Gil-Ad Shaer and Naftali Fraenkel.
Group vows the attack, which claimed the life of one Israeli, 'won't be the last,' and claims the attack was conducted in honor of terrorists behind kidnap-murder of three Israeli teens.
New revelations on the mistakes that lined Israel's frantic search for three teenagers.
Prosecutor asserts that Y., a minor, was a party to the premeditated planning of the Palestinian teen's kidnap and murder last July.
The accused, a minor, describes how he fell under the spell of the main defendant, Yosef Haim Ben-David, but thought their revenge attack would be no more than a beating.
Nael Barghouti had murdered a soldier in 1978 but was released in the Gilad Shalit deal. He’s now in prison for two and a half years.
It’s been a year of war and recriminations, but don’t forget how successful our parents and grandparents were in building this place.
Mohammed Abu Khdeir was beaten and burned to death last summer in retaliation for the kidnapping and murder of three Jewish teens in the West Bank.
The case was initially being treated as a kidnapping, but it later emerged that the circumstances were linked to criminal activity. The army described the incident as a 'prank.'
Haneen Zoabi's statements 'were interpreted as support for terrorism and for the killing of civilians,' writes judge.
Having been accepted to the ICC, the Palestinian Authority can file war crimes complaints against Israel after 60 days.
Hussam Qawasmeh confessed to planning kidnapping, murder of Gil-Ad Shaer, Naftali Fraenkel and Eyal Yifrah, in the West Bank in June.
Hussam Qawasmeh, a Palestinian from Hebron, admitted to planning and funding the attack, burying the boys’ bodies and hiding the perpetrators.
After the end of the war in Gaza this summer, Israel has seen heightened tension and clashes in Jerusalem, and nine terror attacks against Israelis.
High Court raps Haneen Zoabi for remarks on the kidnapped-teens case; MK also said the Palestinians should 'impose a siege on Israel instead of negotiating with it.'
East Is East: A Series of Articles on the Processes That Led to the Outbreak of Violence in Jerusalem
Article 1: The dialectic of Israelization — the violence broke out even as East and West Jerusalem were drawing closer to one another
House demolitions stopped in 2005 after the practice was deemed counterproductive.
Youth movements heading the event also decry the violence and racism they say has worsened since the Gaza war this summer.
Arab lawmaker was barred from addressing the Israeli legislature for six months for saying kidnappers of three Jewish teens in June were ‘not terrorists.’