Romania and Israel have signed an agreement to play eachother in two friendlies, the Romanian federation said on Monday.
Gaza plan: Is Israel at the start of a new road? Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said that his country is prepared to make ''painful concessions'' for peace with the Palestinians.
JERUSALEM, 3:21 p.m. April 23 (AP): Prime Minister Ehud Olmert marked Israel's Memorial Day for fallen soldiers Monday with a new call for peace with the Palestinians, saying his country was prepared to make “far-reaching compromises” and “very painful concessions.”
Lt. Col. Tzvi Tsoran felt a lump form in his throat when he heard four school girls praying at the Jewish Community Center yesterday for soldiers who had died defending Israel, then watched about 250 people waving small Israeli flags.
Israel has began celebrating its 59th independence day with thousands planning picnics in parks and nature reserves. However, along with celebrations, people are bemoaning rising government corruption and the depressing after-effects of the inconclusive war in Lebanon.
The inquiry involves suspicions that Israel?s finance minister embezzled funds before he joined the government, the police said.
Tifton -- With speed and power, Tift County wide receiver Israel Troupe was sought after by all the big-name schools during the college football recruiting process, before finally deciding on the Georgia Bulldogs.
(RTTNews) - Speaking at a ceremony on the annual memorial day to honor the fallen in Israel's eight wars and the victims of various militant attacks, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said that Israel was prepared to make "far-reaching compromises" and "very painful concessions" for reaching a peaceful settlement with the Palestinians.
It's been eight months since Liora Hason's son was killed in the war between Israel and Hezbollah guerrillas. Still, she often stares at his grave in disbelief.
This year's Memorial Day in Israel was especially painful for those grieving soldiers lost in last summer's Second War in Lebanon. Before you continue...