Two decades after Oslo, Haaretz maps the different approaches to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
The Druze have a history of voting for right-wing parties, but this Election Day they vow to help unseat those behind the legislation that turned them into 'second-class citizens'
Kahol Lavan wins 20 out of 24 elections in high schools across country, capturing 43 percent of the vote; Netanyahu’s Likud is distant second and left-wing Meretz third
Haaretz uncovers Modi’in's secret
Kibbutz Be’eri has always been a left-wing stronghold, with Zionist Union capturing two-thirds of the vote here in 2015. They don’t seem prepared to change the habits of a lifetime, voicing suspicion of blue-eyed boy Benny Gantz and his new Kahol Lavan party
First trip, in July, will include visits to Palestinian cities and an Israeli settlement; organizers believe it’s the kind of ‘nuanced trip that our generation wants to go on’
Prof. Rivka Carmi tenders resignation citing frustration and disappointment to proceed with honoring the New Englands Patriot owner, recently charged with soliciting prostitution
The newly formed party wants to relax the religious establishment’s hold on matters of state, but still wants the ultra-Orthodox as potential coalition partners
An assignment for a writing class brought Ira Fuchs to a newspaper article about a tunnel from a Nazi killing pit in Vilna — and inspired his new off-Broadway play about the Jewish prisoners who secretly dug it
‘Delegitimizing other Jews leads to the kind of violence we saw last Friday,’ Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, warns
‘A Desecration of God’s Name’ Women of the Wall Demands Government Inquiry Into Violent Attacks at Western Wall
‘It’s important to ask who benefited politically from this show of force against Women of the Wall 34 days before the election,’ says group’s head after thousands of ultra-Orthodox youths were bused in to protest last Friday
The number of gay lawmakers is set to double to at least four after April 9. Next step: Electing representatives from the Arab, lesbian and transgender communities
Special service held to mark the 30th anniversary of Women of the Wall, which falls on International Women's Day ■ Israel Police accuses Women of the Wall of provoking clashes, in which several women were hurt
Eliezer Rauchberger of the ultra-Orthodox Degel Hatorah party says he declined to attend because the Reform and Conservative movements are bent on 'destroying Judaism'
The Jewish American activist will direct B'Tselem's efforts to influence U.S. officials and the general public
One Jewish history professor believes we should forget everything we think we know about who the villain of the Purim story really is (hint: he was born in Bethlehem and his dad was a carpenter)
Employees will be eligible for a $11,000 loan to cover costs of surrogacy services abroad, which are prohibited for gay male couples in Israel
Habayit Hayehudi has long been the home of religious Zionists, but its electoral alliance with Otzma Yehudit, at the urging of Benjamin Netanyahu, has proved the final straw for some party members
Furniture company's catalog published in Israel for ultra-Orthodox community deliberately left out women from pictures ■ 'This has potential to harm women,' center behind class action suit says
The Million Dollar Question: With Their Rabbi Gone, Will Evangelicals Still Open Their Wallets to Israel?
Yechiel Eckstein built a billion dollar philanthropic empire by being the first to tap into Christian love for Israel. Will his daughter be able to sustain the momentum now that he's gone?
Public statement warns Israeli counterparts in religious Zionist community: ‘The stain of your association with evil will be permanent’
Ashdod has been a bulwark of support for the prime minister and his Likud party, but on a recent visit Haaretz discovers growing discontent toward the country’s long-serving leader
Ayelet Shaked also says she's confident Benjamin Netanyahu will lead next Israeli government, dismisses former IDF chief Benny Gantz as unqualified to lead country
Arab lawmaker Aida Touma-Sliman, 54, freely admits she isn't in the Israeli parliament to make friends, but is willing to work with her biggest enemy if it advances causes such as women’s and workers’ rights
Eckstein was the founder and president of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, which raised about $140 million a year
'It is really terrifying thinking where this could lead,' advocate warns. 'Judaism is not about race and blood, as our worst enemies have claimed'
Benny Gantz, the man seen as the main challenger to Netanyahu in the upcoming election, was unusually forthcoming on issues such as freedom of prayer at the Western Wall and LGBT rights in his maiden speech. Here's why
Group's new campaign, Destination: Occupation, targets online travel and booking companies for policies it says violate Palestinian human rights
The survey found that nearly two-thirds of the respondents were in favor of Arab parties joining the governing coalition
Samuel Willenberg was one of only 67 prisoners to survive the Nazi death camp and later in life recreated those horrors with a series of remarkable bronze sculptures. His widow, Ada, hopes the artworks will eventually be exhibited at Treblinka, but for now they can be found in a very unlikely place