HaOlam HaZeh (Hebrew: This World) was a weekly news magazine published in Israel until 1993. The magazine became famous for its highly unorthodox and irreverent style. Its news focused on investigative reports, often presented in sensationalist fashion, which provoked anger from the Israeli establishment and disdain from Israel's mainstream press.

Government ministers regularly called for it to be shut down, especially when it had exposed (or claimed to expose) some government scandal. Sometimes mainstream publications leaked stories that they felt unable to publish themselves to HaOlam HaZeh.  

Starting in 1959, the magazine had a "two cover" design, with the front cover presenting serious journalism and the back cover presenting sensational articles of a gossipy or sexual nature, sometimes displaying naked women. (source: Wikipedia).