A court will soon decide on the conflict between artistic freedom and soldiers’ libel suit in the case of 'Jenin, Jenin', the controversial documentary on the Israeli army during Operation Defensive Shield
Doron Koren is on the editorial staff of Haaretz Hebrew edition, and a literary critic.
New Israeli construction plans jeopardize the future of Ein Karem, an important Christian pilgrimage site. A large army base, a noisy pumping station and a light-rail line — just 50 meters from the golden domes of the Russian church — will change the village's view forever
Author Herzfeld reissues 1994 ‘Inta Omri’: ‘I decided to fight for its innocence’
A word already exists for the Oxford Dictionaries' word of the year: it's called 'lie.'
The Palestinian narrative should be recognized, but they aren’t entitled to go onstage and read a poem calling for 'eating the flesh of the [Israeli] occupier.'
‘Borderlife,’ the book at the center of a controversy involving the Education Ministry, depicts a desperate attempt by the protagonists, a Jewish woman and an Arab man, to make love, not war. The issue of assimilation that it raises cannot be dismissed lightly.