A doctor and humanitarian worker in the Gaza Strip tell of hospitals at breaking point, children collecting plastic from junkyards, and the feud between Hamas and Fatah hampering the distribution of COVID vaccines
Jotam Confino is a web editor at Haaretz and has covered the Middle East as a journalist for Danish, Turkish and U.S. media. He has a B.A. in International Relations and an M.A. in Security & Diplomacy from Tel Aviv University.
Danish sponsored development projects have recently been vandalized by Jewish settlers in the West Bank, resulting in destruction of Palestinian farmers’ livelihood
Marine Le Pen, leader of France's far-right National Rally, is currently polling ahead of Emmanuel Macron for the 2022 presidential election. Has she changed, or has her country? And will the nation's Jews follow?
Even on Election Day, some European-born immigrants are still mulling which right-wing party will get their vote: Likud, New Hope or Yamina
Over the past year, the Jewish communities of Germany, Britain, Hungary and Italy all experienced different coronavirus challenges – but there were some familiar old problems too
My dad’s an IDF veteran. My grandparents founded a kibbutz. Growing up in Denmark, I took my Jewishness for granted. But my experience of Israel’s degrading, racist immigration process changed all that
Veteran far-right leader Geert Wilders is hoping to attract Dutch Jews while rival Thierry Baudet is embroiled in antisemitism scandals, as both look to woo voters with their anti-immigration policies in the March 17 election
The Jewish branch of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) is minuscule, but its co-chair says ‘many Jews’ will be voting for the anti-immigrant party in September. Not a chance, say other Jewish groups
Ahead of Dutch parliamentary elections in March, Geert Wilders is ratcheting up anti-Islam rhetoric again. But while he tells Haaretz about his admiration for Israel, many Dutch Jews are not impressed
Noam Chomsky: ‘White Supremacy Is a Deep Principle in U.S. Society – and Jews Are Familiar With That’
The renowned progressive tells Haaretz his less than great expectations for a Biden presidency and what Trump’s 70 million votes means for America