The Israeli media is a senior collaborator in blotting out our hostile foreign rule over the Palestinians
Amira Hass is the Haaretz correspondent for the Occupied Territories.
Born in Jerusalem in 1956, Hass joined Haaretz in 1989, and has been in her current position since 1993. As the correspondent for the territories, she spent three years living in Gaza, which served of the basis for her widely acclaimed book, "Drinking the Sea at Gaza." She has lived in the West Bank city of Ramallah since 1997.
Hass is also the author of two other books, both of which are compilations of her articles.
Army brass reprimands Palestinians who choose to stay outside Gaza without permits and let their children return home alone following medical treatment. But what if that’s the only way the parents can find work?
According to Israeli criteria, travel permits are only granted if first-degree relatives are either dead or dying
Among those affected are about 780 former prisoners and 133 current prisoners in Israel who are affiliated with Hamas or Islamic Jihad
The Shin Bet said Ori Ansbacher’s rape-murder was committed for ‘nationalistic’ motives. And at the crime scene, the nationalistically-motivated violence committed by Israel screams from every inch
A Civil Administration social worker says she didn't have time to write a detention report, as ordered by a military court, in a case that exemplifies discrimination between Palestinian and Israeli minors
Total denial of responsibility for the dire situation of Gaza's healthcare system proves Israeli politicians aren't prepared to embrace a different policy than the one bound to bring about mass civilian casualties in war
Our role on the left is not to compete in verbal radicalism or to argue over whether there will be another mass expulsion and whether it will devolve into mass murder; our role is to thwart such a horrific scenario.
If Benny Gantz had the courage, he'd go to The Hague himself
In civil suit before Dutch district court, complainant blames the former IDF chief and then-air force commander of killing six family members in bombardment of their Gaza house
In 11th-hour move Palestinian leader averts general strike in the West Bank, partly because any future Fatah-based government will need to preserve its popular appeal
The detainee's lawyer said her client sustained a fracture to the face, a cracked rib and injuries to his eye and head
The commander of the Ofer Prison had instructed the military court to take the cellphones of two lawyers without a written order
The death of Hamdy Na’asan proves one thing: land that is hard to steal by means of Israeli laws is stolen by means of the settlers’ violent, sacred fire and code of silence
One witness recalls 10 to 15 settlers firing their guns, while another remembers Hamdy Na'asan being fatally shot in the back as he went to help the wounded
Analysis The Israel Prison Service’s Brutal Raid on Palestinians ‘To Locate Unauthorized Cellphones’
Around 140 Palestinian prisoners were injured in Monday’s onslaught at Ofer Prison, which is seen in the West Bank as PR for Israel’s public security minister before the April election
A Palestinian Authority minister dared criticize the leaders of the movement against the Social Security Law. It’s hard to describe the uproar that ensued
This wicked delight in causing additional suffering to the Palestinians is an Israeli pathology that needs clinical rather than journalistic treatment
Israel says 15-year-old girl can’t leave Gaza for tests 'until her brothers return,' and her story is no exception
The general strike over social security law adds to ongoing rivalry between Fatah and Hamas, increased IDF activity in Ramallah and the Palestinian president's seeming indifference to it all
The law looks to guarantee old-age allowances, workers’ compensation and paid maternity leave to private-sector employees ■ Private sector workers say employee withholding is too high, while supporters blame a disinformation campaign
The army details how many Palestinians are tried in military court and for what, but does not give the criteria for the scale of its fines or their breakdown
It's not the murder of Palestinians. It is to grab whatever Palestinian space is left, and the Israeli army allows it, because it's afraid
Discussions with and among soldiers provide Freudian treasures to scholars of Israeli colonialism
Judge rules that Mustafa Khatib's mother was not responsible for his 2015 attack against Israeli forces, says expelling her would violate her rights
The Israelization of 137,000 dunams (nearly 34,000 acres) of Palestinian land deepens every time its legal owners, their children and grandchildren are denied entry
More West Bank farmers whose land near the separation barrier is their livelihood, property and savings, are now denied access to it, due to Israel's 'updated criteria'
Fahima and Jihad Hirsheh, like many of their neighbors, are fighting for their right to cultivate their land on the other side of the West Bank separation barrier. As a consolation, they grow vegetables on their roof
Nearly three-quarters of requests refused in 2018, compared to one-quarter in 2014
Even if Habayit Hayehudi disintegrates, it gave both departing ministers Bennett and Shaked a lot of experience in government – of Palestinians