The protest march targeting corruption in the government took place as the PM headed to Europe for a series of key meetings
Judy Maltz is a senior reporter for the Haaretz English edition, where she covers a wide range of topics with special focus on the Jewish world. Maltz began her career at Haaretz as an economic reporter for the Hebrew edition before joining the team of founding editors of the English edition. She has also served as a staff reporter for The Jerusalem Post and Globes, the Israeli business daily, and has written for various foreign publications, among them The Financial Times and The Philadelphia Inquirer. In 2014, Maltz was the recipient of the B’nai Brith World Center Award for Journalism Recognizing Excellence in Diaspora Reportage. In recent years, she has brought her passion for storytelling to the medium of film: Maltz is the producer and co-director of two award-winning documentaries – “ No. 4 Street of Our Lady” and “From the Black You Make Color.”
'A declaration from the U.S. government that appears to endorse sole Jewish proprietorship over Jerusalem adds insult to ongoing injury and is practically guaranteed to fan the flames of violence'
The State Department doesn't plan to change several longstanding Jerusalem policies carefully crafted to avoid offending one side or the other
The odds of successfully graduating from the Israeli military's pilot training course are one in nine, and that's even less for women. A revealing new documentary follows six women through the first part of their training
Calls from abroad to oust Israel's deputy foreign minister for disparaging remarks not echoed in poll
For years Beit Shemesh has allowed signs admonishing women to wear only long skirts and long sleeves and avoid any tight-fitting clothing
After decades of liaising between Israeli and Diaspora Jews, Avraham Infeld declares the current crisis in ties ‘unprecedented,’ and says Israel should set up a 'reverse Birthright'
Also, nearly 300 rabbis from around the world have signed letter expressing 'outrage' at the treatment of non-Orthodox Jews in Israel
A Christian-Israeli father is demanding the right for his son to be bused into a Jewish, Hebrew-speaking school – the top court will deliver its verdict in January
Religious indoctrination is strictly prohibited on Birthright trips to Israel, but what happens after the free tours end is another story