Menahem Navot's career spanned 40 years, and included extracting the last Israelis from Tehran during the Islamic Revolution
Agreement on payment of benefits follows months of talks between Israel and Germany
German magazine claims these organizations were involved in the Bundestag decision against the boycott movement, using 'donations to politicians' ■ Bild newspaper sharply criticizes report, calls claims 'anti-Semitic'
86 years ago, five bold young men set off on motorcycles from Jerusalem to the Iraqi capital, 1,200 kilometers away
A year after statement sparked controversy, Foreign Ministry says disclosing such information could harm Israel's relations with Poland and reignite old controversies
'I thought everybody was supposed to be remembered,' says granddaughter of a Libyan Holocaust survivor, who initiated the change to remove references solely to Europe
Serving as a Labor Party MK from 1974 to 1996, Namir worked on behalf of disabled children, children at risk, the Bedouin and Arab communities, battered women and the elderly
Masked Polish guards had been hired by the local Jewish community to prevent worshipers from entering the synagogue
Eva Mozes Kor once told Haaretz: 'I forgave the Nazis not because they’re good people, but to free myself of the chains of the past and enable me to be a happy person'
Today it’s hard to find Israelis who boycott German products, but Yael Ben-Yehuda made a name for herself when she refused to read a Volkswagen ad in the 1960s
He was sent to British Palestine to help put down the 1936 Arab Revolt, later taken prisoner by the Nazis, and then fought for Israel, fearing 'another Belsen'
Rabbi Dawid Alter Kurzmann now has a plaque to commemorate his accompanying of the orphans under his care to their deaths during the Holocaust
Far-right sympathizer has confessed to the murder of Walter Luebcke, but investigators think he may be covering up for accomplices in an underground group
Michael Maor, who lost his parents in the Holocaust, broke into a Frankfurt office and photographed the papers that proved Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann’s guilt
Court Halts Sale of Rare Letter by Early Zionist Joseph Trumpeldor Over Allegations That It Was Stolen
The item is thought to be Trumpeldor's only known letter in Hebrew, and includes comments somewhat similar to his dying words: 'It is good to die for our country'
In 1933, Haim Nahman Bialik lauded the daily – and its left-wing competitor Davar – for eschewing ‘harmful exaggeration’
The paper has never hesitated to take up unpopular positions and confront both the government and readers
Auction house is offering rare letter by the early Zionist military leader for $100,000, but Jabotinsky Institute has filed police complaint claiming that it is the owner
In 1932, Haaretz's reporter in Berlin was sent to cover a libel trial in which the Nazi leader was sued by one of his opponents. Hitler made a good impression, the reporter noted, paving the way for decades of fake news
250 years ago, the city’s rabbis ruled that coffeehouses in the Jewish quarter were permitted to open on the Sabbath
Museum says it will show role of both the Hungarian government and ordinary Hungarians in the Holocaust
On the occasion of 100 years to Haaretz, our reporter sent himself on a mission that seemed easy. A long journey followed
Correspondence, published for the first time in a new book of complete writings, sheds additional light on the life of the young diarist whose life was cut short by the Nazis
Israel's first lady Nechama Rivlin, who had suffered from a lung condition for the past several years, underwent a lung transplant in March
Of the 300 who attempted the perilous escape from Sobibor camp, only 50 eventually survived the Holocaust. Semyon Rozenfeld was one
Sparking an uproar in 2015, Netanyahu argued prominent Palestinian leader 'played an important role' in Hitler's plan to annihilate the Jews, but Prof. Mustafa Abbasi says Palestinians were 'not at all' looking to aid the Nazis
The delegation's trip was reportedly canceled over disagreements on discussing restorations of Jewish property but new information reveals the team flew and met with Jewish community leaders - but kept it from the media
Germany's anti-Semitism commissioner says he 'can no longer recommend Jews wear a kippa at every time and place' as the country is rocked by anti-Jewish attacks
‘National security and a lack of resources’ is the official explanation for curtailing information about death of Israeli journalist accused of collaboration with the Nazis – but a Holocaust historian is petitioning the High Court to open the archives
Nine years after hundreds of handwritten documents were snatched away to Germany, the famed Jewish writers' works will be handed over to the National Library of Israel