Haaretz Writer: Arabs Have a Duty to Throw StonesIsraelis in Judea and Samaria accuse Israeli newspaper of incitement to violence.
Lincoln a Leftist? He Would Have Been a "Settler"!The Israeli Left has embraced Lincoln because it is convinced that, if Lincoln is regarded as a moral champion, clearly identification with Lincoln must lead one to support the political agenda of the Israeli Left.
Arabic Editorial in Haaretz Urges Arabs to VoteHaaretz published an Arabic-language editorial urging Israeli’s Arab population to make their voices heard by voting in upcoming elections.
Court Cuts Anat Kam’s Sentence in Split DecisionThe High Court reduced by one year a jail term for Anat Kam, convicted of stealing and exposing IDF documents while she was a soldier.
Haaretz Writer Cited for ‘Dishonest Reporting’HonestReporting, which tracks media bias against Israel, awards Haaretz writer Gideon Levy the “Dishonest Reporting Prize” for 2012.
Pundit: Did Haaretz Make Up Crisis with Britain?Uri Elitzur of Makor Rishon asks if report Britain may cancel trade agreements with Israel was Haaretz's idea.
Haaretz Reporter to Compensate ItamarNeri Livneh must pay 225,000 Israeli shekels for maligning the community as hotbed of murderers.
Haaretz: 'Clarification' for Anti-Israel PoisonAfter falsely accusing Israelis of supporting apartheid against Arabs, radical leftist paper publishes tiny clarification.
Trouble in Haaretz, Too: Strike on ThursdayTwo newspapers suffer economic aftershocks of "social protest" that they themselves fueled last year.
French Amb.: Our Press No Worse than HaaretzAmbassador Bigot admits Israel is portrayed negatively in France, but says ”Haaretz” does the same thing.
Left-Wing Journalist Regrets Golan StanceA reporter for Haaretz regrets his stance on the Golan. ‘The world jihad would have been in Ein Gav.’
Israel’s ‘Maariv’ Sinks into Western Sunset“Maariv” newspaper will cease to exist in print. It succumbs to the Internet and the up-and-coming Yisrael HaYom free newspaper.
Haaretz Reporter: “There is no Peace Partner”At American Jewish Journalists' Conference, Haaretz reporter says: PA incitement is not important enough for his paper to report.
Ha'aretz Editor: Tsunami Bigger News than FogelsHa'aretz publisher Amos Schocken justifies decision not to place murder of Fogels as top headline.
Journalist Sorry for Saying ‘Go Back to Russia’A Haaretz journalist has apologized for telling Minister Edelstein, a former Prisoner of Zion, to “go back to Russia.”
Itamar Sues over Haaretz Journalist’s Blood LibelThe town of Itamar is suing a Haaretz reporter who accused innocent residents of murder.
The Truth About the Battle for NetzerJewish activists describe the battle for control of lands in Gush Etzion, refute Haaretz “lies and propaganda.”
Hackers Briefly Land on El Al, Haaretz, DanPA hackers briefly took down the home pages of El Al Airlines, Haaretz and Dan Bus Co. Wednesday evening, but they were restored in an hour.
Controversy Down Under: Australian Jews and NIFFormer Haaretz editor David Landau, NIF guest speaker, shocks Aussie audiences by praising anti-Zionist NGO's and criticizing IDF.
Call to Increase Penalties for EspionageNationalist politicians are calling to increase penalties for compromising Israel's secrets as Anat Kam appeals her sentence.
Amira Hass: I've Had it With the JewsRadical left journalist Amira Hass not only doesn't like the Israeli government, she doesn't like a "purely Jewish environment," either.
The Sinking Flotilla ProjectIsrael threatens sanctions against journalists taking part in the pro-Hamas flotilla, which already has been whittled down following US pressure.
Schocken Sells 20% of Ha'aretzThe sale of 20% of the leftist Ha'aretz newspaper to Russian oil tycoon Leonid Nevzlin has provoked much commentary and speculation in the media.
Haaretz Reporters Tour SamariaSamaria Council's successful "see for yourself" tours program,convinced staff from left-wing Haaretz newspaper to come see the biblical heartland.
Terror: Praise and ParanoiaIran and Hamas praise the terrorist attack on Itamar, while Haaretz fears “right-wing extremist” Jews. Peace Now silent. EU calls for peace talks.
Haaretz Links Rabin's DeathHaaretz newspaper manages to link an ideological pioneer movement and a “generation of national religious figures” to Rabin’s assassination.
Left, Right Clash over EU RightSettler spokesman sees 'revolutionary opportunity' in cooperation with European nationalists; Ha'aretz thinks they are Nazis seeking absolution.
Press Dogfight over Gaza, DogsHa'aretz's Gideon Levy admits (sort of) the front page story about a dog's funeral was not published during Cast Lead but three years earlier.
Maariv Attacks HaaretzIsrael’s Hebrew-language Maariv printed an unusual attack on Haaretz after a London Independent interview with “the most hated man in Israel.”
Another Haaretz Writer is ProbedPolice investigating Haaretz reporter who knowingly took three PA young women across the Green Line – and says she plans to do it again.
Editor Sorry for 'Jihadists' JabHaaretz assistant editor Uri Tuval apologizes for calling a fallen soldier and his family “jihadist fascists.”
Haaretz Ed. Shocks on FacebookAs Haaretz writer's stolen IDF documents story breaks, Ass't. Editor calls fallen IDF soldier's family "Jihadist Fascists".
US Fund Dumps from Africa IsraelThe fund has inadvertently fulfilled a suggestion made by Haaretz's Amira Hass, who suggested that companies divest from Africa Israel.
What About Left Wing Incitement?Why the writer doesn't buy the current Israeli indignation over "right wing incitement".