While 78 percent of measles cases remain confined to the ultra-Orthodox neighborhood of Williamsburg, there have now been 12 new confirmed cases outside the community
Protesters wore Ottoman-style fezzes and carried portraits of Turkish President Erdogan, symbolizing 'the regime type that we are opposing'
On Friday, the U.S. announced the deployment of 1,500 troops to the Middle East, describing it as an effort to bolster defenses against Iran
A political solution in which Israel releases its hold of the Palestinian economy could triple growth in the West Bank and Gaza. But in the meantime, why not take the billions Washington plans to raise in Bahrain?
How one instance of spitting by me led to the conclusion that I can’t be anti-Semitic
Aisha al-Loulou needed surgery to remove a brain tumor, and chemotherapy, in East Jerusalem. Israel wouldn't allow her parents to go with her
A source involved in organizing the conference told Haaretz Qatar will participate in the conference. This comes just days after Palestinians announce they would boycott it
Germany's anti-Semitism commissioner says he 'can no longer recommend Jews wear a kippa at every time and place' as the country is rocked by anti-Jewish attacks
The Israeli military had originally claimed that only Palestinians set fire to West Bank fields, but changed versions after video released by NGO B'Tselem showed otherwise
Palestinians with knives don’t scare attorney Lea Tsemel. A new documentary deconstructs the controversial character who will defend anyone who opposes the occupation – even if they resort to the most violent means
New biometric readers reduce contact with soldiers and cut waiting times at the most crowded West Bank crossings. The Defense Ministry calls it a revolution, and the Palestinians are pleased too – for now
Only five of the 25 Jewish House Democrats support launching an impeachment inquiry, tally shows
The two-day trip will focus on regional tensions in the midst of a U.S.-Iran standoff
Does a person merit forgiveness because he himself experienced severe suffering? Haaretz’s ethical adviser has an answer