'There's a very great chance that the Russians will do an about-face on us,' Amir Eshel says amid visit by Putin's Syria envoy as tensions simmer
Haaretz recently covered a confidential report put out by the Temporary International Presence in Hebron documenting Israel regularly breaking international law in the divided West Bank city
The wine cellars date back to Egypt's Greco-Roman period, which spans from the fourth century B.C.E. to the seventh century C.E.
The rift between Fatah and Hamas, the suffocating conditions, canteen allowances, dental health and MK Oren Hazan – impressions from Haaretz conversations with Palestinian security prisoners
"Sorry which genders are they balancing? We see only one," posted a twitter user after the ceremony.
The plan to publish the U.S. blueprint shortly after the April 9 ballot aims to cast the prime minister as a peacenik worthy of leftist absolution
Deri has yet to grant Stoudemire with Israeli citizenship, but promised that his case will be discussed and considered promptly.
The Third Way wrote on its website: “What every person can do against the Zionist genocide.” The neo-Nazi group supports the BDS movement against the Jewish state.