Hadash identifies as a non-Zionist party and supports the establishment of a Palestinian state in all of the West Bank and Gaza.
More than a week later he posted to the same account: “We can’t vote away what our fathers tried to, we must spill blood.”
A detention hearing is scheduled for Tuesday in the US District Court in Greenbelt, Maryland, before US Magistrate Judge Thomas M. DiGirolamo.
Trump’s preelection gift to Netanyahu: the two will discuss mutual defense treaty later this month
OIC to hold special meeting on annexation issue in Saudi Arabia; 5 EU powers condemn move
The Israeli staff are rightfully paid for their contributions to creating this once-in-a-lifetime Jewish experience. The trip facilitators, on the other hand, are not.
Lies no longer draw backlash or punishment. But truth remains the strongest weapon against the world of alternative facts propagated by Trump and Netanyahu
Democratic Union's Shaffir is excellent on environmental affairs and corruption, but I’ve yet to hear from her any concrete plans to address Israel’s most existential issue
For about two years, Alef and his 28 friends have lived in Kibbutz Kerem Shalom, which is located next to the Gaza border.
His victory hangs on the fates of racist Otzma and leftist Labor - and on right-wingers coming out in droves while leftists go to the beach
Thousands of Marines were on high alert to respond within two hours should violence break out.
The full details of the most recent attack on September 14 were not available on Saturday morning and it was not clear where the drones had come from.
Despite region’s systemic repression of the press, reporters step up exposure of graft
Experts say Prince Abdul Aziz won’t change country’s oil policy
Just a few days into his new job and Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman has already set out to rebuild trust with OPEC members and deliver his first output cut
Turkey's threat to flood Europe with refugees is meant to pressure the U.S. to allow Turkey to establish a safe zone in Kurdish-controlled northern Syria
The minister of national economy is ambitious and as capable as can be, but when it comes to trade, industry and Palestinian Authority's revenues, he doesn't call the shots
"Sino-British Joint Declaration is VOID," one placard read. "SOS Hong Kong," read another.
Grenell wrote in a firey commentary last week in 'Die Welt' that there is no excuse for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s administration not to outlaw Hezbollah’s entire movement in Germany.
Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a specialist in Middle East politics at the University of Melbourne, is one of three Austrailian citizens detained in Iran.
"This country is not just deeply meaningful for me, but also for Facebook," said Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, who briefly lived in Israel as a young child.
The amount passengers spent on trips rose 20% while the amount Uber kept after paying its drivers increased just 4%.
"[The low-wage group] works overtime as a result of economic constraints," Endeweld wrote.
Israel is in a much better position than most countries around the world.
‘We intend to use this funding round to continue our growth, to build our sales force and perhaps open more offices in the US and Europe.’
Remains of Romani adults and children dating back to 1943 were uncovered at the Lety concentration camp, the Museum of Romani Culture says
The earliest-ever direct evidence of milk consumption has been found, in Britain – though whether the Neolithic farmers could actually digest the dairy or were stoic about the results of eating it is not clear
The seal from Kingdom of Judea was discovered by a volunteer sifting dirt excavated in 2013 from beneath Robinson’s Arch
After releasing his new opus, short-listed for the Booker Prize, Rushdie talks to Haaretz about modern America, racism and hostility
Utilizing seaweed as fodder may have been key to ovine husbandry in prehistoric northern Scotland, and the sheep of Skara Brae in the Orkney Islands just had to adapt
Revising Neumann's supervoting rights, which give him 20 times the voting power of ordinary shareholders, was among the changes being discussed.
Amnesty has accused NSO of potentially illegal involvement in aiding oppressive governments in tracking or harassing human rights activists and journalists, NSO has rejected all of the charges.
"The objective is to build an open ecosystem of start-up innovation around SAP’s solutions..." says Alexa Gorman head of SAP.iO Foundries EMEA
NSO said it would from now on systematically apply procedures to identify risks that its technology could harm human rights, and then prevent or mitigate them.
The Minoans and their capital Knossos weren’t incinerated by volcanic blast from Thera or flattened by quake as thought, but tellingly: their writing system changed.