?The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy? is not even in bookstores, but already anxieties have surfaced about the backlash it is stirring.
Israel's former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was re-elected leader of Likud on Wednesday, cementing his grip on the main right-wing opposition party currently running ahead in opinion polls.
Hezbollah guerrillas fired some 4,000 rockets into northern Israel during the war. But now, much of the damage has been repaired, and tourists are back in droves. For some, though, the scars have yet to heal.
Neither Israel nor archfoe Syria is interested in a war, Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak said on Wednesday as he observed military exercises in the occupied Golan Heights.
Israel's former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was reelected leader of the main right-wing opposition Likud party, almost 18 months after its crushing general election defeat.
The leader of the militant Hezbollah group warned Israel on Tuesday it would face a "big surprise" that could shake the entire Mideast if it invades Lebanon again.
JERUSALEM - US Under Secretary of State Nicholas Burns is set to sign on Thursday a deal under which Washington will provide Israel with 30 billion dollars in military aid over a decade.
Benjamin Netanyahu easily defeated a radical Jewish settler in the race to lead Israel's hardline Likud Party on Tuesday, a party official said, boosting his ambitions to reclaim the country's premiership.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak Wednesday echoed Syrian sentiments from a day earlier that Israel was not seeking to start a war.
Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu easily won re-election as head of the rightist Likud party and pledged on Wednesday to reclaim Israel's leadership.