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Cairo's oldest Jew was an anti-Zionist and communist

17 min 58 sec ago
Persecuted as a Jew, buried as a Muslim: Albert Arie was a proud Egyptian who wrestled with his Jewish heritage, was jailed for 11 years and later converted to Islam. When his friends emigrated to Israel, he insisted on staying put

The dirty truth about renewable energies

52 min 26 sec ago
Israel’s cabinet was lambasted for failing to set ambitious renewable targets, but ambition is only half the story. Realism is the other half

Cyberattack hits Iranian gas stations, directing Iranians to Ayatollah's hotline

53 min 12 sec ago
Iranians trying to fill up gas received messages reading 'cyberattack 64411,' referencing the number of the government hotline that handles questions of Islamic law

'Chauvinist reaction': Israeli female minister told to 'stop interfering in war on terror'

1 hour 34 min ago
After questioning Defense Minister Gantz's designation of Palestinian NGOs as terrorists, Transportation Minister Merav Michaeli, a member of the security cabinet, was chastised by Gantz's party for 'interfering'

Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway blocked for hours following truck accident

2 hours 6 min ago
A truck carrying a tractor hits a bridge that leads to the Ben-Gurion Airport causing major delays

Unvaccinated Israelis account for over 75% of new COVID cases over the past week

2 hours 33 min ago
Health Ministry figures suggest that the coronavirus pandemic in Israel is contracting, as serious cases further decline

‘Kissinger never hid his Jewish identity. Golda gave him guilt trips’

2 hours 33 min ago
In an interview on the Haaretz Weekly Podcast, former U.S. ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk discussed his new book on Henry Kissinger’s Middle East diplomacy, the chances for an Israeli-Saudi peace deal and Biden’s approach on settlements

Some in East Jerusalem regret neglecting Hebrew, ‘language of the occupier’

3 hours 37 min ago
While efforts are being made to enhance the study of Hebrew, youngsters are often taught little more than rudimentary elements by untrained teachers. Some educational experts and parents are up in arms

Israel doubles down on notifying U.S. about terror labeling of Palestinian NGOs

3 hours 43 min ago
Foreign Ministry official said that the State Department was informed 'on a few occasions' of the decision to designate six Palestinian NGOs as terror groups, despite previous U.S. claims

U.S. blames Iran for drone attack on American forces in Syria

4 hours 7 min ago
While officials believe the attack was encouraged by Tehran, the drones weren't launched from Iran

Sudan’s military coup was no surprise

9 hours 38 min ago
It's still uncertain what Sudan will look like post-coup, which largely depends on U.S. sanctions. However, America might turn a blind eye to the takeover due to Sudan’s strategic importance in the Red Sea region

I fund terror groups

9 hours 38 min ago

Pace of warming temperatures in Israel tripled in recent decades

9 hours 40 min ago
The rate of warming in Israel is also double the global average, according to the new data from the Israel Meteorological Service

Israel's Supreme court calls for harsher punishments for arms dealing

Mon, 2021-10-25 22:59
The high court rejected an appeal filed by two Rahat residents who were convicted of dealing arms, keeping their lengthy prison sentences

Gantz, show us the proof

Mon, 2021-10-25 21:52

Israel sets high bar for combatting crime in Arab communities

Mon, 2021-10-25 21:21
Police were asked to present a more ambitious goal for reducing murders in Arab society, with Minister Bar Lev telling the Commissioner that he seeks to dismantle three crime organizations by next year

The Saudi prince's motives behind his Green Middle East project

Mon, 2021-10-25 20:23
While the Saudi Crown Prince may dream of a green, blooming Arabia at night, Biden occupies a higher spot on his list of priorities

Haaretz Cartoon

Mon, 2021-10-25 20:19

Settler attacks activist helping Palestinians harvest olives near West Bank outpost

Mon, 2021-10-25 20:08
Footage shows several Israeli soldiers were present during the attack, but none of them stopped or detained the settler, who pepper sprayed a member of Rabbis for Human Rights