The progressive Jewish left has cast the billionaire former N.Y. mayor in the role of the arrogant uncle who tries to buy their love. And if either Bloomberg or Sanders wins the Democratic nomination, some say, anti-Semitism will follow
Allison Kaplan Sommer
Kahol Lavan leader says possible land swaps and population transfers between Israel and future Palestinian state is the aspect of Trump's peace plan that 'bothers' him
Sanders portrays himself as best placed to beat rising anti-Semitism, as a Democratic pro-Israel group runs attack ads suggesting he can't beat Trump
Those who came to Israel with a Masa scholarship find out the funds are conditional on severe travel restrictions
Sanders supporters reacted furiously to Chuck Todd’s quoting of someone who made a comparison with the Nazi-era, noting that the Vermont senator had lost relatives in the Holocaust
As progressive alliance urges presidential hopefuls to skip the lobby group’s upcoming conference, a pro-Israel group is congratulating itself on damaging Bernie Sanders’ standing in Iowa. The fight will only intensify as the primary race heats up
‘There may be points in which he says, “I can only give $100 million this time instead of $200 million,”’ says one Vegas expert
In Pew poll of Jewish Democrats, the ‘democratic socialist’ came in dead last among four front-runners
What might have been a moment of unity regarding U.S. policy towards Israel came precisely as the first major shot was fired by the Democratic Majority for Israel at Bernie Sanders
Michael Bloomberg and Bernie Sanders are both actively embracing their Jewish roots on the campaign trail – but there is one major difference in their approaches
U.S. Department of Defense ordered personnel to delete the app from government smartphones, while Israeli cyber security firm says TikTok has 'vulnerabilities'
Combative, divisive arenas like Twitter and Facebook are increasingly being used to inform and educate people about the Shoah, presenting some unique challenges
Donald Trump and Rudolph Giuliani blamed ‘this Soros guy’ for the president’s impeachment woes, claims Parnas, who describes the atmosphere in ‘Trump World’ as being ‘like a cult’
Jay Sekulow has defended U.S. nonprofits, philanthropists and firms led by Sheldon Adelson accused of committing war crimes against Palestinians
As Putin Is About to Discover, This Israeli Family Will Do Anything to Get Their Daughter Out of Russia
Sentenced to 7.5 years by the Russian authorities last October for drug smuggling, 26-year-old Naama Issachar has quickly become ‘Israel’s daughter.’ Now, the ‘Bring Naama Home’ campaign is gearing up for the Russian president’s visit to Jerusalem
Stav Shaffir, Rafi Peretz, Moshe Kahlon and female representation are among the most high-profile victims after Israel's political parties finalized their slates
Security expert and frequent Haaretz contributor – who died Monday at 59 – was a high-profile critic of the Obama nuclear deal, but did not see war between U.S. and Iran as inevitable
Young Israel rabbis and officials describe how pro-Trump politics created ‘a synagogue organization doing nothing for synagogues,’ with a ‘partisan,’ pro-settler, pro-Netanyahu agenda that pushed Orthodox U.S. Jews to ‘the edge of disaffiliation’
Amid surge in anti-Semitic attacks in the U.S., protesters throng New York's iconic Brooklyn Bridge – but some regret lack of representation of the Orthodox Jewish community
White supremacists are taking advantage of recent anti-Semitic attacks to further conspiracy theories and cause outrage
Many are fearful of saying the wrong thing, with Netanyahu and Bennett’s tone-deaf approaches to previous Diaspora attacks seemingly serving as warnings
Soros-bashing by Trump’s attorney Giuliani has been legitimized by a number of people, including Benjamin Netanyahu and his son Yair
The premier's post was clearly inspired by the American president, but the first embattled world leader to employ the meme was India’s Modi
The mother of British royal Prince Philip enjoyed a stranger-than-fiction life, which even extended to her final resting place – a Russian Orthodox church on the Mount of Olives in East Jerusalem
'Every time you try to label something anti-Semitic, the people who traffic in anti-Semitism yell about free speech and censorship,' Elan Carr says in Tel Aviv
One of the hundreds of commenters who reflected voters' frustration regarding what they view as a pointless and wasteful exercise suggested finding a flavor that tastes like 'disappointment and desperation'
From the Gaza Border to Oxford: Israel’s New Rhodes Scholars Love Their Country but 'Reject Hasbara Approach'
Lev Cosijns and Anat Peled both served in the Israeli army and have a shared love of Harry Potter. But that’s where the similarities end for this pair of impressive young students
Associates of the prime minister are set to be charged in the case involving Israel's purchase of naval vessels. Benny Gantz’s party wants a commission of inquiry to see if Netanyahu is no mere innocent bystander
As E-commerce becomes increasingly automated, more and more Holocaust-themed merchandise will emerge
Basking in the success of their hit Netflix documentary, co-directors Daniel Sivan and Yossi Bloch tell Haaretz about the controversies surrounding their show and why they're happy for it to be labeled 'true crime'