Bradley Burston

Ha'aretz

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Columnist and Senior Editor at the Israeli newspaper, Ha'aretz

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43 veterans of one of Israel’s most secretive intelligence units signed a letter over the weekend refusing to serve in the occupied territories, specifically rejecting orders to spy on…

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When Vice President Biden was in Israel last week, the Netanyahu government announced new plans for Jewish housing in East Jerusalem.

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