It’s time to tell them: If you don’t stick your hands in the mud, society’s entire future, and especially your sons’ future, is in danger
Best-selling Israeli author tells French weekly Le Point that he doesn’t feel comfortable ‘being an official representative of the Israeli government because I have an issue with its current policies’
Netanyahu’s proposal to allow parties a mere three seats in Knesset was met with a resounding ‘no.’ But he was aiming at one specific group of voters ■ The race for Jerusalem mayor could send shock waves across the political scene – all the way to the general elections
Special council Robert Mueller’s office tells Haaretz that it cannot reveal more details regarding individuals who were not accused in the case
On the left, we have persisted in pushing our agenda even in the face of continued failure and disappointment. Could it be that we were wrong all along?
With an army of evangelical fans, Prime Minister Netanyahu can make his social media mark without resorting to the murkier means shaping elections in other countries
Netanyahu has reached the peak in political, leadership and global terms – just when he’s on the brink of a personal abyss
Aziz Abu Sarah is breaking the traditional East Jerusalem boycott on local elections ■ ‘They don’t have any arguments so they’re using violence,’ Abu Sarah says of protesters