Saddam Haftar visited Tel Aviv last week for a secret meeting, Haaretz reports, hinting at a deal in which the Haftars offer Israel normalisation of ties in exchange for military and diplomatic support.
Mounting Palestinian deaths as a result of Israeli strikes are obscuring deeper crises in Israel’s political and military leadership, says Haaretz Editor-in-chief Aluf Benn.
John Brennan says the Jewish state provided some of the information which led to the operation that brought embarrassment to Islamabad.
Settler leaders from the occupied West Bank voiced concern that Donald Trump's annexation map will leave many settlements as isolated enclaves, saying the US president was not a friend of Israel.
Israeli authorities consider a ban on an Evangelical channel in Israel on the grounds that it aims to convert Jews to Christianity.
A former intelligence chief believes that the country’s Jewish underground has been growing by worrying proportions, and predicts Israel’s future as “bad or very bad."
The Gulf nation has a notorious reputation for spying on its own citizens and other nationalities, and this time a mobile app was used for data breach.
Israel has gone after people across the world for genocide denial, but now it seems to be supporting Myanmar, a state accused of genocide.
A Haaretz investigation sheds light on how Israeli hardline Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did his best to press the country’s media to cover him favourably.
The embattled hardline prime minister is sinking into further trouble as a new challenger from his Likud Party emerges to oppose him.
Israel's addiction to expanding its territory will not be stopped at the ballot box.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is riding high on US President Donald Trump's unflinching support, taking aggressive strides to make a strong impression on the conservative voter base.
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