The men, both in their 30s and from the West Bank, fell from scaffolding that broke loose from the 15th floor of a building under construction
Few Jewish lawmakers attend Arab-led demonstration, while culture minister says march proves 'cooperation between left and Israeli Arabs who want another country'
Protesters waving Palestinian and Israeli flags, chanting: 'Nation-state is apartheid' ■ Netanyahu: There is no better testimony for the necessity of the law'
A construction contractor is the main suspect in the kidnapping and is alleged to have planned it because of a debt owed by the boy’s father
The protest was spurred by the arrest of a yeshiva student who did not arrange his exemption from enlistment
'Despite our unreserved loyalty, Israel doesn't see us as equals,' Druze leader tells mass Tel Aviv protest ■ Right-wing activists spread fake correspondence on deal between Druze leaders and Labor party
'Abolish This Sin': Amoz Oz, David Grossman and Hundreds of Israeli Intellectuals Slam Nation-state Law
Intellectuals fire at Netanyahu: 'You have been steadily eroding the foundations of our state'
The driver refused to take a test to determine his blood alcohol levels, blaming wet road conditions for causing the accident
Netanyahu vowed to spend hundreds of millions of shekels on the neglected neighborhoods of south Tel Aviv. All the activists who spoke with Haaretz were adamant that the earmark would have no significant effect
The prime minister once pledged hundreds of millions of shekels but balked when rightists criticized his plan for asylum seekers, which he subsequently dropped
Hundreds of employers allowed employees to strike without penalty amid anger over law on surrogacy rights that excludes gay men
As one friend described Aviv Levi, ‘The last time we spoke he said: ‘I’m not afraid. I’m only afraid for my soldiers when they’re asleep’
Staff Sgt. Aviv Levi, who was shot Friday, is the first Israeli soldier to be killed on the Gaza front since 2014 war
Protesters block roads over bill excluding same-sex couples. Organizer of demonstration: 'The prime minister's smiling face shows his huge disconnect from the people'
The suspects allegedly made large profits from the work of dozens of young women as strippers, who also provided sexual services
In two of the three incidents in Rehovot, the Eritreans who were assaulted needed to be hospitalized; Haaretz has learned of three similar cases in recent weeks
Some 7,000 demonstrators in Tel Aviv march from Rabin Square to an 'emergency rally' to protest the bill ■ New Israel Fund CEO: 'This is tribalism at its worst'
The duo Zenobia from Nazareth makes music that is 'hypnotic, powerful and seasoned with critical dashes of Levantine acid'
Karim Jamhour, 7, from the central Israeli city of Kalansua, was kidnapped Tuesday and taken to the Palestinian Authority
Four suspects aged 41, 27 and 26 arrested ■ Search continues