Why is Israel's defense establishment removing documents which chronicle atrocities against Palestinians during the War of Independence from civilian archives - even though many have already been published? LISTEN FREE
Netanyahu hails a new spirit of 'security cooperation' with Russia. There's just one problem: He can't trust a word they say. A Moscow terrorism trial riddled with state-run conspiracies and lies demonstrates clearly why
The LGBT community as well as teachers, students and parents are planning a protest in Tel Aviv to demand Rafi Peretz's resignation ■ Right-wing lawmakers blast minister, who says he never endorsed the method
Resentment towards the half-million Syrian refugees in Istanbul, fueled by Turkey's economic crisis and populist political rhetoric, is metastasizing into a general hostility toward all Arabs - and Palestinians are caught in the backlash
Nazareth District Court rules that closing the Afula public park and charging entrance fees is illegal in any case, regardless of issues of discrimination
'If I had to, I would define myself as a Paris-based wandering Jew,' says historian and architect Jean-Louis Cohen in a visit to Tel Aviv
Privately, some in Israel's creative community said they were so angry with Peretz and the prime minister who appointed them that they thought the best response would be no comment.