The grim history behind Sarona, the site of last week’s terror attack.
Leora Eren Frucht
Leora Eren Frucht is an editor at Haaretz.com.
A clause of the Adoption Law makes it a crime in Israel to publicly acknowledge having been adopted, but a new bill in the works may finally change that.
Despite discomfort some feel working with the Israeli organization IsraAID, Arab volunteers in Greece focus on helping refugees. But why, they wonder, isn’t the Arab world joining them?
It's so tempting to place the blame for this tango of terror solely on the shoulders of one side.
Raed Abu Raya is shocked by close friends' Facebook posts advocating killing all Gazans.
Women light the torches at the Independence Day ceremony at Mount Herzl.
In the decades since losing her legs and moving to Israel against all advice, Pascale Bercovitch has yet to meet a challenge, or climbing wall, she couldn't top.
For the first time, all 12 beacons at the ceremony on Mount Herzl will be lit by women.
Rescued by the Israel Sea Turtle Rescue center, Hofesh is now kitted out with cutting-edge prosthetics - and a new love.
A visit to a an Arab town, site of a recent 'price tag’ attack, reinforced a different message from the endless revenge of the Purim story.