The Nation -- The Winograd Commission, established by Israeli PM Ehud Olmert to investigate Israel's notably unsuccessful performance in last summer's war against Lebanon, today issued a first "Partial Report" in Jerusalem. The report covered only the period leading up to the war and the first six days of what turned out to be a 33-day war. It attributed "primary responsibility" for what it ...
Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's political fate hung in the balance Monday after a government-appointed panel probing Israel's war last summer against Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon issued a scathing report accusing him of hastily leading Israel into conflict with neither a detailed plan nor clear goals that could be achieved.
Israel's Lebanon war inquiry commission leveled scathing criticism against Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in an interim report on Monday.
A report on the way Israel managed last summer's Second Lebanon War Monday prompted demands that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Defense Minister Amir Peretz resign, but the government is likely to sit tight.
With legislative pressure building on insurance companies, Allstate announced that it would no longer deny life insurance coverage to people because they have traveled to Israel or plan to do so.
After Years Off the Air, 'Sesame Street' Returns to Israel, Palestinian Areas
A panel investigating the conduct of Israel's war in Lebanon last year scathingly criticised Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Monday but he said he would not resign and would work instead to put right mistakes.
Delegates to the United Jewish Communities' Young Leadership Conference meet and greet one another this week in Washington. Anxiety is growing in the Jewish community as the numbers of American Jews visiting Israel — especially young ones — continue to drop.
Source: Reuters JERUSALEM, April 30 (Reuters) - A panel investigating the conduct of Israel's war in Lebanon last year scathingly criticised Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Monday but he said he would not resign and ...
A police investigation into alleged bribery and breach of trust at Israel Railways is intensifying. A few weeks ago, investigators from the police's National Fraud Unit seized documents at Israel Railways on the company's purchase of cars in tenders.