Investigation will look into how classified documents reached the hands of an advertising agency involved in a lawsuit.
Amir Oren, Senior correspondent and columnist
Amir Oren is a senior correspondent and columnist for Haaretz and a member of the newspaper's editorial board. He writes about defense and military affairs, the government and international relations.
Once again, Berlin will reach for funds and contribute to the rebuilding of Gaza. But it’s getting exhausted - with Israel, too.
Documents reveal contacts between Washington and Jerusalem in late 1960s, when some Americans believed the nuclear option would not deter Arab leaders but would trigger an atom bomb race.
It won’t be 'quiet for quiet,’ as Benjamin Netanyahu says, and Israel surely didn’t win. The country needs to revamp its diplomatic and military policy.
The Palestinians bled a lot more, but after nearly two months they can see a potential improvement in their situation, which is the goal of any show of force.
Killing Hamas commanders and military experts has never changed the basic equation when it comes to Israel's battles with the coastal enclave.
Recent reports on the dangers of re-occupying Gaza were based on confidential information that originated from Netanyahu's inner cabinet.
Army sources confirm presence of 'before' and 'after' pics of Gaza City area being handed out, say matter is being investigated.
Chapter 1, in which our airman antihero from World War II finds himself donning a reservist's uniform in Operation Protective Edge. By Joseph Heller (as told to Amir Oren).
Why is the IDF canvassing the Israeli public for its views on Operation Protective Edge? Blame the army’s department of behavioral sciences for some questionable behavior.