Five participants left the program in public protest in order to visit Hebron and Bethlehem with Breaking the Silence: 'Israel tour is one-sided' ■ Birthright: We're apolitical and reject promotion of any agenda
Following her trip to Israel, Women’s March co-leader says 'Everybody has a right to exist,' but not to 'kill, steal and do whatever it is you’re gonna do to take that land'
Limor Weinstein attributes her days in the Israeli army to helping her understand which nannies have the right stuff. Parents have greater awareness now that hiring a caregiver is not child’s play, she says
‘Your silence speaks volumes, Chuck’ members of IfNotNow chant, demanding that Jewish Democratic senator speak out after 30 Palestinians die during two weekend marches along Gaza border
Israeli Minister in U.S.: Palestinians Had Their Chance in Gaza, but They Turned It Into Afghanistan
Naftali Bennett tells U.S. Jewish students in New York that two-state solution is a terrible idea and ‘we’re done with that’
The 'Republic of Florida': What We Know About White Nationalist Group That Claims Florida Shooter Nikolas Cruz as a Member
Online videos show the so-called ROF Militia has ties to the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division, said to be linked to the murder of Jewish-American Blaze Bernstein
Rosario Dawson, Angela Davis Among 27 U.S. Figures Calling for Release of Jailed Palestinian Teen Ahed Tamimi
Actor Danny Glover and novelist Alice Walker are also among those who signed a petition comparing Tamimi to Trayvon Martin
Shay Roman, who advised the show on issues relating to the conflict, talks to Haaretz about the series' departure from the usual way Israel is depicted on American television
Linda Sarsour at Racial Justice March: 'It Is Not My Job to Educate Jewish People That Palestinians Deserve Dignity'
At the New York march, Sarsour calls on white allies to confront racism in their own communities; Jewish protesters challenge those who brought Zionist signs to rally
Jews and Palestinians Protest Netanyahu, Trump’s Cozy Relationship at UN Assembly: 'They Feed Off Each Other!'
Approximately one hundred Jews and Palestinians gathered in the rain outside the United Nations building in New York tonight to protest what they see as two halves of the same coin
Reactions were mixed after the PM dropped props in favor of dad jokes in his address at the UN General Assembly
Jewish Activists Arrested Protesting Trump's Ending of DACA - and They're Calling on the Establishment to Step Up
Yonah Lieberman, one of the leaders of the IfNotNow organization arrested in front of Trump Tower in New York, says 'Jews have special responsibility to be on the streets right now'
U.S. study entitled 'A Psychological Profile of the Alt-Right' unveils the specifics of the race theory embraced by the movement
Sixty-nine percent of Israelis don't have confidence in Putin; their trust in Trump, however, is among the highest in the world
Americans are sharing photographs of rally participants in the hopes of causing white nationalists to lose their jobs
Pro-Israel activists wave posters featuring the Star of David and boo Palestinian speaker at SlutWalk Chicago
The goal, after all, is to protect 'safe spaces for women.' If all national flags are kept at home, that seems fair, they say
'Leave symbols of nationalism and oppression at home,' group now tells participants, while reiterating agreement to displays of faith, rejection of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia
The Russian-Israeli blogger was sentenced to three years imprisonment in Azerbaijan after making an authorized trip to disputed border region, and for claiming it belonged to Armenia
A SlutWalk Chicago organizer tells Haaretz that anyone who wishes to protest rape culture is welcome at the event, two weeks after movement said Zionist displays will be banned