Haaretz FBI to reopen investigation into Clinton's use of private email server 2016-10-28T17:39:42.000000Z Announcement from FBI director comes just 10 days before U.S. presidential elections. Another Jewish American journalist claims sexual harassment by 'Israeli media personality' 2016-10-28T16:30:18.000000Z Avital Chezhik tweeted she had a similar incident to that described by Danielle Berrin, though not by Ari Shavit, who was accused by Berrin. Women’s peace group to hold vigil outside Knesset for duration of winter session 2016-10-28T15:28:17.000000Z 120 members from Women Wage Peace will stand there every week, each one holding a sign with the name of a single Knesset member. The goal, said one of the group’s leaders, is to get Israel's 120 lawmakers thinking about peace. Jewish leaders to hold march over Israel's inaction in Western Wall deal 2016-10-28T11:35:09.000000Z American Conservative and Reform heads, together with Israeli counterparts, to carry Torah scrolls through Jerusalem's Old City and conduct prayer service at the Kotel. As Abbas’ isolation increases, Israeli military team prepares for his rule’s collapse 2016-10-28T09:21:44.000000Z With Mohammed Dahlan threatening him from one side and Avigdor Lieberman from the other, the isolated Palestinian president is clearly living on borrowed time. Papyrus with earliest Hebrew mention of Jerusalem likely fake, experts say 2016-10-28T07:00:41.000000Z Archaeologists are usually wary of any finds not discovered in a supervised dig, though Antiquities Authority insists ancient scroll is authentic. 60 years after massacre, Kafr Qasem doesn’t want an apology from the Israeli government 2016-10-28T03:53:37.000000Z The 1956 massacre of 48 innocent villagers by Border Policemen remains a festering wound in Israeli Arab society. Its current residents are launching an audio-visual spectacle to convey the message: Take responsibility for what happened here. Israeli GOP group accepts donations from non-Americans; experts question legality 2016-10-27T19:06:20.000000Z U.S. Federal Election Commission to Haaretz: Foreign nationals may not make contributions or donations in connection with any election – federal, state or local – either directly or through any other person. Israeli minister slams rare building plans for Palestinians: 'Settlers get sticks' 2016-10-27T17:17:20.000000Z Hard-right minister demands a full cabinet debate of secretly made security cabinet decision to allow Palestinian construction in West Bank's Area C, where settlers also live. Palestinian Authority unveils one of the world’s largest, most important mosaics 2016-10-27T13:52:27.000000Z 827-square meter floor mosaic from the Umayyad period, found near Jericho, will be open to the public next year.