Habazeleth or Havatzelet was an early Hebrew-language newspaper, first published as a monthly in 1963. After a pause of almost seven years, the newspaper was issued as a biweekly and as a weekly from 1871 until 1911.
The newspaper is a valuable source of information on the Jewish communities in the Land of Israel.
The owner and editor of the newspaper was Israel Dov Frumkin (ישראל דב פרומקין; 1850 – 1914), born in Dubroŭna, Russian Empire, an author, pioneer of Hebrew journalism, and builder of Jerusalem.
References: National Library of Izrael: Habazeleth (http://web.nli.org.il/sites/JPress/English/Pages/HZT.aspx).