Haaretz

The Remains Of Pigs Reveal Ancient Britons Traveled To Sites Around Stonehenge For Huge Feasts...

The remains of an enormous number of pigs have revealed that ancient Britons traveled from Scotland, Wales, and the northern regions of England to attend gigantic celebratory feasts near Stonehenge starting around 4,500 years ago. As Haaretz...

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Video Shows Israeli Soldiers Beating, Humiliating Palestinian Father And Son

Footage of Israeli soldiers violently beating and insulting a Palestinian father and son during an arrest in January was released on Tuesday by an Israeli district court, according to Haaretz. In the video, filmed by one soldier, four soldiers from...
Related topics: World Videos

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Idf Strikes Hamas Outpost In Response To Firebomb From Gaza - Reports

On Tuesday, a balloon-borne incendiary device was sent from the Gaza Strip into Israel - this resulted in a fire in the Kissufim Forest near the Gaza border, according to the Haaretz news site.
Related topics: Hamas, Gaza Strip, Palestine, Israel

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Gideon Levy Vs Benny Morris – And The Fight For The Soul Of The One-state

For nearly a week now, a fierce ideological fight has been taking place on the pages of the Israeli daily Haaretz, between Israeli historian Benny Morris and Haaretz columnist Gideon Levy. It started with Morris giving a long interview to Ofer...

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It Might Be Aliens. But We Have No Idea What To Do About It.

Abraham Loeb, chair of Harvard’s department of astronomy, recently gave a freewheeling interview to the Israeli newspaper Haaretz in which he defended his hypothesis that a piece of alien technology recently passed through our solar system. “If...
Related topics: Harvard University, Space

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Israel Carried Out Attacks Against Iranian Targets In Syria, Pm Netanyahu Claims

Israel has attacked Iranian weapons depots at the Damascus International Airport in Syria, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said as cited by Haaretz.
Related topics: Israel, Syria, Benjamin Netanyahu, Airports

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When Bolsonaro And Netanyahu Are ‘brothers’: Why Brazil Should Shun The Israeli Model

Ramzy BaroudIsraeli Prime Minister Netanyahu with newly-elected Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro. (Photo: Leo Correa/Haaretz)
Related topics: Benjamin Netanyahu, Brazil, World Photos

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Watch Netanyahu Compare His Prosecution To Severed Arm Of Accused Thief

Israeli newspaper Haaretz earlier reported, citing an anonymous source, that Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit would make a decision on whether to charge the country's prime minister in corruption cases before elections on the 9th of April.
Related topics: Benjamin Netanyahu

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Airbnb Tries To Have It Both Ways On Those ‘incredibly Complex And Emotional’ — And Illegal...

Yesterday, a Haaretz piece declared in its title: Airbnb Says It Suspends Implementation of West Bank Settlement Ban. I was convinced that Airbnb had backtracked. The article cited a Hebrew statement following a meeting of Airbnb officials with...

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Rona Ramon

Rona Ramon, Widow of Israel's First Astronaut Ilan Ramon, Dies at 54, Haaretz "Rona Ramon, the widow of Israel's first and only astronaut, died of pancreatic cancer Monday at age 54. Ramon's husband, Ilan Ramon, was a crew member on America's 2003...
Related topics: Israel

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Thank You To Haaretz’s David B. Green For Forcing Me To Research The Arabs In Andalusia

I owe the veteran Haaretz journalist, David B. Green, thanks for forcing me to search the internet for some quick and simple information about the Arabs in Andalusia. I am not a historian and, for decades, my medical and public health education and...

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After Giving $15 Million To Soros Orgs, Usaid Fires Half Of Its West Bank Staff

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has announced that half of its West Bank and Gaza employees will be let go over the next few weeks, and that operations will completely cease by early 2019, according...
Related topics: George Soros, Usaid, Gaza Strip, Palestine

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Soccer Match Turns Violent After Anti-semitic Chants “killing Jews To Make Soap”

Violence, riots and antisemitic moods have been reported during the soccer match at All Boys stadium in Buenos Aires, Haaretz reported on Saturday.
Related topics: Argentina, Buenos Aires

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Court Sentences Israeli-american To 10 Years Over Anti-semitic Bomb Threats

The court has charged a 19-year old hacker with preparing thousands of bomb threats, targeting a US senator, airports, schools and US-based Jewish centres in 2016 and early 2017, Haaretz reported Thursday.
Related topics: Hackers, Airports

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Top Chefs Bow Out Of Israel Food Festival Under Bds/ Boycott Pressure

Two leading chefs have pulled out of the Tel Aviv-hosted Round Tables food festival following pressure from the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) campaign, reported Haaretz. Gabrielle Hamilton, chef, and owner of the Prune restaurant in New...
Related topics: Israel, Festival, Tel,aviv

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Michael Moore Says Donald Trump May Stage A ‘false Flag’ Terror Attack To Gain Power, Like...

Michael Moore is concerned that Donald Trump may stage a terrorist incident in order to allow himself to grab more power, Haaretz is reporting. Moore’s latest documentary, Fahrenheit 11/9, opened last weekend to rave reviews and, as reported...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Terrorism, Documentaries

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If Israel And Palestine Had Achieved Peace, Trump Wouldn’t Be President, Says Akiva Eldar

If the Oslo peace process had succeeded, Donald Trump would not have been elected, says the eminent Israeli journalist Akiva Eldar. Eldar, a liberal Zionist and columnist for Al-Monitor, writes in Haaretz that he was “asked to imagine what...
Related topics: Israel, Palestine, Donald Trump, Norway, Oslo

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Uri Avnery, Israeli Journalist And Fierce Champion Of Palestinian Rights, Dies At 94

Uri Avnery, a veteran politician and journalist, and one of the first Israeli advocates for a Palestinian state, died Monday at 94 in Tel Aviv, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz reports. He was, as Haaretz columnist Chemi Shalev writes in his own...
Related topics: Israel, Tel,aviv

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Saudi King Overrules Crown Prince, Rejects Trump’s Sell-out Of Palestinians

The Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, revealed a letter sent by Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz to the White House in which Saudi Arabia expressed its rejection of US President Donald Trump’s peace plan. Haaretz said in a report that: “Saudi Arabia...
Related topics: Saudi Arabia, Donald Trump, White House

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Donald Trump’s Spiritual Advisor Says ‘jesus Wasn’t A Refugee’

American evangelical pastor and Trump’s spiritual advisor, Paula White, defended Trump’s zero tolerance border laws by saying that “Jesus wasn’t a refugee,” Haaretz reports. According to White, Jesus is not a refugee...
Related topics: Donald Trump

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