The traumas that Palestinian teenagers and children experience in Israeli jails can cause lifelong scars, for them and their communities alike
Israel prevents Palestinians from living with their foreign partners, one strategy among many to expel them from their land and deny their rights because of 'political issues'
Haaretz Photo Blog 'Endless Trip to Hell': Israel Jails Hundreds of Palestinian Boys a Year. These Are Their Testimonies
They’re seized in the dead of night, blindfolded and cuffed, abused and manipulated to confess to crimes they didn't commit. Every year Israel arrests almost 1,000 Palestinian youngsters, some of them not yet 13
The carcasses of some 10 sheep and lambs were dumped into Ibrahim Salah’s well. The poisoning of its water is only one instance of what the people of his village endure at the hands of settlers from nearby Havat Gilad
When Israeli governments in the 1960s and 1970s worked hard to steal Palestinian land while quoting God’s promises to atheists, they paved the way for parties promoting Jewish supremacy
In East Jerusalem, the Israeli authorities require residents to demolish their ‘illegally built’ homes by themselves or to pay the city exorbitant sums for doing it
The Jewish American activist will direct B'Tselem's efforts to influence U.S. officials and the general public
Justices ordered science minister to reconsider Prof. Yael Amitai's appointment to binational committee, but said that in theory, refusing appointments for ethical reasons is legitimate
Readers Ask Haaretz A Friend Is Moving to a Home Built on Stolen Palestinian Land. Is It Immoral to Help?
Should you help a good friend move to an illegal settlement home in the West Bank? Haaretz's ethical adviser has an answer
Israeli soldiers invaded the home of a Palestinian family at night, and battered a man in the face in front of his wife and children. He’s 47, blind and on dialysis, and his toes have been amputated because of diabetes
Khalida Jarrar was held for her activity with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and jailed without charges or trial
Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories said the visit has been approved, as an exceptional case, despite the request not meeting the necessary criteria
Witch hunters didn’t wait a moment before jumping on Oshrat Kotler’s remarks as if they were treasure
According to Israeli criteria, travel permits are only granted if first-degree relatives are either dead or dying
Few Israelis have heard of Dr. Ofer Cassif, the Jewish representative on the far-leftist Hadash party's Knesset slate. On April 9, that will change
Palestinian lawmaker Khalida Jarrar has been incarcerated in an Israeli jail without a trial for 20 months. Another period of ‘administrative detention’ will soon expire. Will she come home?
How is it possible to be so compassionate and so conscientious, and ignore absolute evil?
'I didn't control myself. Only later did I come to my senses and stopped the incident because I realized what I had done': New testimonies by soldiers indicted for beating and abusing Palestinian detainees
The Shin Bet said Ori Ansbacher’s rape-murder was committed for ‘nationalistic’ motives. And at the crime scene, the nationalistically-motivated violence committed by Israel screams from every inch
Residents of Deir Dibwan report that graffiti was spray-painted on mosque, including Star of David symbols and sayings such as 'Here they incite to murder Jews'
'Private Settler Farm': Israeli Activists Petition High Court to Revoke West Bank Nature Reserve's Status
The petition argues that the area's designations as a reserve and a firing zone are mere pretexts that allow the state to legally remove Palestinians
The Israeli army has volunteered, to neither its credit nor ours, to turn itself into a propaganda machine, far exceeding its role. Can new chief of staff be any different to his predecessors?
The West Bank assailant was shot at the scene by another soldier before he could do any harm
Israel says 15-year-old girl can’t leave Gaza for tests 'until her brothers return,' and her story is no exception
Bradley Burston discusses his recent visit to the West Bank and how he's resolved not to remain silent; PLUS: Danielle Ziri reports from the Women's March. Listen free.
Somehow, 16-year-old Fawaz Abed wasn’t killed. Border Police shot him in the head at short range near his home in El Bireh, and may also have kicked him, eyewitnesses say. Emergency surgery saved his life
I find myself grateful to Benny Morris. In his blindness and his pessimism, he has once again reminded me of the hope that exists
The opening of the new 'apartheid road' connecting Jerusalem with its northern settlements was met with silence. Right-wing politicians are no longer afraid of a response, they know the world will remain indifferent
A wild militaristic orgy is now at its height, as it was back then, following the 1967 Six-Day War
The army details how many Palestinians are tried in military court and for what, but does not give the criteria for the scale of its fines or their breakdown