Facebook only lifted its ban on the advertisement of the documentary after Haaretz contacted the company, which told distributors it would not allow 'advertising that includes derogatory or sensational content'
Israel bars Gazans from getting medical care in West Bank if they have relatives staying there without a permit
Until recently, such a ban was imposed on Gazans who have family members who are affiliated with Hamas. Now Israel expands the ban, claiming patients may use treatment as a ploy to avoid going back to the Strip
Haaretz investigation spanning 100 sources in 15 countries reveals Israel has become a leading exporter of tools for spying on civilians. Dictators around the world – even in countries with no formal ties to Israel – use them eavesdrop on human rights ...
Security officials from Cairo return to the Strip to meet again with Hamas chief Haniyeh as part of final effort to head off regional escalation, fearing Friday's activities would trigger a harsh Israeli response
Shaked, who is part of the inner security cabinet, added that Israel is ready “to do everything,” to stop the Islamic Republic from obtaining a nuclear bomb.
There are laws against sexual harassment and abuse, but women who complain are usually treated with contempt by law enforcers
Security cabinet set to convene after Gaza rocket seriously damaged house in Be'er Sheva
During 2017, Iran was Turkey's top crude oil source, accounting for 11.5 million tonnes of its total purchases nearing 26 million tonnes, followed by Iraq and Russia.