The clear and present danger isn’t from Iran or Palestinians but rather, as Walt Kelly noted: 'I have met the enemy, and he is us'
Maria Blyshchyk's relatives, who wanted to visit descendants of Holocaust survivor saved by her, were allowed into the country only after inquiries by lawyer and Haaretz
Nearly 60 years after she attended and wrote about the Eichmann trial, Hannah Arendt remains a controversial figure among intellectuals in Israel
‘I’m hoping people in Gaza will get a different idea about Israelis - and vice versa,’ Gazan organizer tells Haaretz; protesters call participants 'Nazis' and 'traitors'
Far fewer Israelis have died from terror and warfare under Bibi, but this belies his image as a tough man to meet on the battlefield
The move could not have come without the Trump administration's agreement, or at least its blind eye, senior Palestinian officials say
Not only a raging, spitting, fanatic: Depicting the real Hitler on screen is key to identifying the next one
The world looks for the wrong warning signs in trying to identify new Hitlers, historians and Hitler experts warn. So how to depict the Nazi leader on screen?