Israel launched an air strike against a vehicle in the central Gaza Strip on Monday, wounding seven people, three of them militants, medics said.
Israel launched an air strike on Monday against a vehicle in the central Gaza Strip, wounding seven people, three of them militants, medics said.
What keeps Israel awake at night is no longer the Gulf Arabs, says Robert Baer, but Iran
Israel is urging Polish and Roman Catholic authorities to condemn a prominent priest over reported anti-Jewish comments, which its ambassador described Monday as the worst case of anti-Semitic speech in Poland in decades.
Another 313 Palestinians of the thousands stranded in Egypt crossed into Israel on their way to Gaza on Monday, while Israeli authorities have approved the entry of another 1,000.
Jerusalem, July 29, 2007 (AFP) - Israel adopted a cautious stance on Sunday over a reported 20-billion-dollar US arms package to Saudi Arabia and other regional American allies intended to counter the perceived threat from Iran.
Israel has agreed to a United Nations request to let dozens of Palestinians fleeing Iraq enter the West Bank, an Israeli official said Monday, calling the decision the latest in a series of goodwill gestures to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas since he fired the militant Hamas from his government last month.
The US has announced military aid packages worth more than $60bn (£30bn) for Israel, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and other key Arab allies in the Gulf. The aim is to boost regional defences against the growing power of Iran and to induce the Saudis in particular to cut back support for Sunni insurgent groups inside Iraq.
RAMALLAH/EL-ARISH, Egypt, 31 July 2007 — Another 313 Palestinians of the thousands stranded in Egypt crossed into Israel on their way to Gaza yesterday, while Israeli authorities have approved the entry of another 1,000. “Israel has agreed to allow an additional 1,000 Palestinians in Egypt to cross,” Hani Jabbour, a Palestinian security coordinator on the Egyptian side of the divided border town ...
The United States has announced a 25 percent increase in annual military aid to Israel, along with a continuation of defense aid to Egypt and plans to sell billions of dollars worth of military equipment to Saudi Arabia and other Gulf States. VOA's Al Pessin reports from Washington.