Noa Landau is a Haaretz journalist and a member of the newspaper’s editorial board. She is the founder of “Haaretz 21” (coming soon), a new organizational project aimed at amplifying underrepresented voices and stories of Arab communities in Israel. Prior to this she served as a reporter, head of the news department and editor of Haaretz’s English edition. Before joining Haaretz in 2009, Landau worked as a journalist for Galei-Tzahal, Channel 10 and Maariv. She is also an advisory board member and alumni of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford. Get in touch: email@example.com
Jerusalem visit by U.S. national security adviser follows the announcement of a U.S.-brokered normalization deal between Israel and Morocco, the fourth such agreement since August
Decision to officially open ties between Israel and Buddhist-majority Himalayan kingdom also 'the fruit of peace agreements,' Netanyahu says
Morocco Agrees to Normalize Ties With Israel in Exchange for U.S. Recognition of Western Sahara Sovereignty
The deal will include direct flights between the two countries ■ Defense Minister Gantz and Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi learned about agreement from Americans, not Netanyahu
Previous U.S. administrations wanted to expand the covert peace between Morocco and Israel and bring it out of the closet. They simply didn’t want to pay the high price Trump shelled out for it without the blink of an eye
Health minister says that Israelis vaccinated for the coronavirus will be given a certificate allowing them full freedom of movement: 'This is the only way we can return to full economic activity'
After court rules it lacks the authority to order the disclosure of the full transcripts, petitioners plan to take the matter to the High Court of Justice
Israel's nightly lockdown to last until January 2 unless ministers decide drop in coronavirus infections warrants cutting it short
Israel will continue to deduct 600 million shekels from the sum, the amount transferred by the PA to 'terrorists who were detained in Israel as well as to their families and to released prisoners,' according to Israeli law
The president's frantic tweets after the news broke of top Iranian nuclear scientist's assassination make it clear his administration gave its blessing to the Tehran attack attributed to Israel. Could this be Trump's final frenzy?
The prime minister, who this week made a secret trip to Saudi Arabia, will visit new Gulf allies in mid-December
Jonathan Pollard is free to leave the U.S. after 30 years in prison and five years' parole for spying for Israel, and may soon immigrate to Israel
The prime minister, who was reported to have made secret visit to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, says he had a 'very friendly' conversation with the Bahraini leader
‘We rightly have compassion for animals. Well, women are animals, children are animals – animals with rights,’ Netanyahu says
Foreign Ministry gives no specific date for start of interim visa-on-arrival scheme, with visa-free travel expected within a month
Saudi FM tweets 'no such meeting occurred' after a senior Saudi adviser tells the Wall Street Journal that normalization and Iran were on the agenda at the trilateral secret meeting
Saudi adviser confirms to the Wall Street Journal that normalization and Iran were discussed at the secret meeting in Saudi Arabia on Sunday ■ Gantz and FM Ashkenazi were left in the dark, sources say
Pompeo used his visit to Israel and the settlements to push forward his pet ideological project and advance his post-Trump political career
The American authorities have decided not to extend parole restrictions on Pollard, the former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst who served a 30-year prison term for spying for Israel
In Apparent Message to Biden, Netanyahu Warns World Powers Against Reentering 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal
Netanyahu spoke at commemoration ceremony for Israel's first prime minister David Ben-Gurion, where some 300 protesters against him gathered
Under the agreement, AstraZeneca vaccines would begin arriving in Israel in first half of 2021 ■ Deal includes largest supply of rations Israel has secured so far
While Pompeo makes unprecedented visit to a West Bank settlement, a General Assembly committee redoubled its commitment to a two-state solution with 163 states voting in favor
On the second day of his Israel trip, U.S. secretary of state meets Netanyahu, announces push to sanction 'hateful' and 'antisemitic' BDS groups
Speaking alongside Netanyahu and Bahrain's foreign minister, U.S. secretary of state says Tehran's 'influence in waning' ■ Bahrain's al-Zayani urges Israeli-Palestinian negotiations: 'The conflict must be solved'
Israel's President Rivlin also spoke with Biden, congratulating 'a long-standing friend of the State of Israel'
Security and civil coordination was suspended in May over Israel's plans to annex parts of the West Bank
Outdoor shopping centers in areas with low infection rates are expected to open Wednesday