Since early last decade, Defense Ministry teams have scoured local archives and removed troves of historic documents to conceal proof of the Nakba
‘I’m hoping people in Gaza will get a different idea about Israelis - and vice versa,’ Gazan organizer tells Haaretz; protesters call participants 'Nazis' and 'traitors'
Opinion How Israel's Resurgent Right Wing Killed Politics, Silenced the Left, and Pushes Autocracy - or Theocracy
In Israel's Orwellian elections, national 'unity' means no Arabs, self-censorship is rife, 'freedom' is vague and fear is a core political asset
Former U.S. intel staffer claims one of the dissident's contacts was bugged with NSO's Pegasus spyware, blasts Israeli tech industry ■ In response, NSO denies selling its products
When it was revealed earlier this year that the commercial spy firm was targeting members of the Obama administration, it was assumed it was working for the Trump team. But official company documents leaked to Haaretz reveal a far more lucrative target – the seizure of Iranian cash worldwide
Haaretz investigation spanning 100 sources in 15 countries reveals Israel has become a leading exporter of tools for spying on civilians. Dictators around the world – even in countries with no formal ties to Israel – use them eavesdrop on human rights activists, monitor emails, hack into apps and record conversations
Around 250 people in Tel Aviv-Jaffa gathered to 'Stop the next war' in protest against this weekend's violence at the Israel-Gaza border where 15 Palestinians were killed
A new reality show putting sexual harassment on display through footage from a hidden camera could inflict real harm on real women
The owners of a section of the Tasso Cemetery in Jaffa filed two lawsuits demanding immediate cessation of burials there, the removal of hundreds of existing graves, and a fine of 15 million shekels
When Israeli security forces, disguised as Palestinian journalists, stormed Birzeit university and arrested a student leader, the Israeli media, rather than outrage, offered its highest plaudit: "Just like 'Fauda'"
Nissim - formerly Damian Black - now lives in Israel as an ultra-Orthodox and raps about his relationship with God. Watch the full interview
Israeli Intel Minister to Saudi Media: Israel Can Strike Iranian Missile Plants in Lebanon, 'As Is Happening in Syria'
Yisrael Katz invites Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to visit Israel ■ Describing Saudi Arabia as leader of Arab world, Katz proposes that kingdom would be sponsor of Israeli-Palestinian peace process
The British street artist's message was centered around the ongoing impact of the declaration on the lives of Palestinians living under Israeli occupation
Telegrass, an Israeli app-based weed delivery service, has the makings of a legit business, including an HR department and a sexual harassment prevention program. The former yeshiva student who runs it remotely from the U.S. describes his vision
Mohammed Azaiza films how he and other residents struggle to deal with daily life in the darkness
Beleaguered by ongoing corruption probes, Netanyahu slams 'fake news', the Israeli left and his political rivals in speech to 3,000 at Tel Aviv rally
In a High Court petition filed Sunday, the Association for Civil Rights in Israel alleges that such limitations infringe on freedom of the press
Palestinian, Israeli and foreign journalists say the Israel Police aren’t letting them do their jobs properly, but the Jerusalem police chief says ‘when I think you’re in danger in a certain situation, I won’t let you in’
Israel has arrested hundreds of Palestinians since the lone-wolf intifada began in September 2015, partly by analyzing social media posts. Authorities say these arrests are legitimate, but others see it as a grave violation of human rights