Haaretz called Shoshi Inbar, who is number 118 on Gantz and Lapid's Kahol Lavan, to ask her what her little brother and his party stand for
The Yad L’Achim organization is rescuing women in distress – but only if 'distress' means being in a relationship with a non-Jew
Lapse leaves state open to possible lawsuits from failed applicants, Justice Ministry says
Why should my son be punished for studying math and not Torah?
'I am the master of the land now,' I told Ahmad Tibi. 'But what about me?' He said
We asked former National Security Adviser Giora Eiland, who provides consulting services to Black Cube, about the firm's reported political activity
We asked Israel's Chief Rabbinate about the Jewish law that forbids non-Jews from working in wine production
A pregnant woman whom doctors forced to carry a fetus after its death tells her story
An Israeli army spokesman suggests that Palestinian women dishonor their society by attending demonstrations, and that torching tires is un-Islamic
We asked Dr. Ahmed Yousef what Hamas is planning for the Passover holiday in Israel
Each year, Hussein Jaber, an Arab Israeli, puts a $14,000 down payment for all of Israel's leavened products. Will he be able to scrounge up the remaining $300 million this year?
Shlomo Mor-Yosef of the population authority talks to Haaretz about the country's deportation of asylum seekers back to Africa
'If I’m Hit by a Bullet in Tel Aviv and Someone Says Maybe It’s a Soldier – You Wouldn’t Even Investigate?'
On the line with Shlomit Bakshi, spokeswoman for the Israel Police’s Judea and Samaria District in the West Bank
How Did 'Mrs. Netanyahu' Turn Into 'First Lady'? 'The Term Came From the Prime Minister's Residence'
Sara Netanyahu is the prime minister's wife, not the president's, and 'First Lady' isn't an official title in Israel. Why was she introduced as such during Pence's visit?
How Do Holocaust Survivors Feel About Expelling Asylum Seekers? 'We Haven't Learned the Lessons of History'
The Center of Organizations of Holocaust Survivors in Israel says it's firmly against the deportation of African asylum seekers, while Yad Vashem stays silent
Journalist Raviv Drucker sheds light on the process of selling newsworthy recordings and footage - like Yair Netanyahu's scandalous strip club tape - to Israeli media outlets
There's a 'Moral Issue' With Going to anti-Netanyahu Rallies, Says Rabbi Who Went to anti-Rabin Rally
We asked a prominent Israeli rabbi why he condemned anti-corruption protests
On the line with Rabbi Yitzchak Goldknopf, who explains why the use of hot plates and refrigerators on the holy Sabbath is kosher
On the line with Rabbi Avraham Menkes, one of the leaders of the ultra-Orthodox protest against yeshiva students being drafted into the Israel Defense Forces
The nice kibbutz that purports to make Israeli honey and olive oil isn't what it seems
The biochemist behind the required first-grade textbook says the Education Ministry asked her to augment the science with Jewish religious content
I asked how many official photographs of the prime minister’s wife had been taken this year. The Government Press Office thought that's a loaded question
Gamal Hakroosh is the officer in charge of the Israeli police's minority affairs. Last week, three members of the Arab minority killed two policemen from the Druze minority. 'I'm not willing to feel like I'm stuck between a rock and a hard place,' he says
On the line with Carmel Shama Hacohen, Israel’s ambassador to UNESCO
What the director of Israel Electric said when asked why he didn't stand up to the government and refuse to cut power to Gaza despite the humanitarian toll
Haaretz speaks to Israel Prison Service's legal adviser about the footage showing the Palestinian hunger strike leader snacking in his cell
On the line with Israel's Military: A true story
On the line with Labor Knesset Member Erel Margalit
On the line with Einat Amoyal, school principal in Hod Hasharon
On the line with Yisrael Diamant, CEO of the Hutzot Zahav public relations firm.