The report noted that some of the protesters held signs with the comparison that "2020 = 1933," in reference to Hitler and the Nazi Party's rise to power.
Funeral of Eyad Hallaq, a 32-year-old autistic man, who was shot near the special needs school he attended in Jerusalem's Old City, commenced late Sunday evening
Central organizer of protests in village of Kafr Waddum, whose house was targeted, tells Haaretz that the canisters were thrown while his wife and five children were at home ■ Israeli army says soldiers reacted to 'violent riots'
The unfathomable killing of George and the protests and then riots that it triggered are about America, and about deep-seated American fissures and unresolved issues.
As opposed to standard emergency regulations limited up to three months, the government is trying to extend its special powers for 10 months. Such legislation treats citizens as subjects and would allow chaos to prevail
Only schools with outbreaks set to close ■ Dozens of staff in two hospitals quarantined ■ Over 100 test positive for coronavirus Friday
Ali Velshi of MSNBC said on Sunday that before being targeted “we put our hands up and yelled ‘we’re media.’” The police responded “we don’t care” and shot them a second time.
Infection rates are rising, but it is still unclear whether a second wave is on the way. But while there’s no need to close high schools or reintroduce full lockdown, there are some things we must all do
As paleo-study reveals that Antarctic may melt faster than we realize, green investing goes institutional: It's time for the Haaretz climate change briefs