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Amnesty urges arms embargo on Israel - Jerusalem Post Mon, 23 Feb 2009 00:31:46 GMT

BBC News

Amnesty urges arms embargo on Israel
Jerusalem Post, Israel
By TOVAH LAZAROFF AND HERB KEINON The human rights group Amnesty International called on the United States to stop weapons sales to Israel and on all countries to impose an arms embargo on both Israel and the Palestinians. ...
Video: Inside Story - No ceasefire until Shalit is freed? Feb 19, 2009, Part 1 AlJazeeraEnglish
Rights group calls for arms embargo on Israel MSNBC
Israel-Hamas arms embargo urged BBC News
AFP - Xinhua
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Israel, US react to IAEA reports - Jewish Telegraphic Agency Sun, 22 Feb 2009 15:23:08 GMT

Voice of America

Israel, US react to IAEA reports
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, NY
WASHINGTON (JTA) -- Israel and the United States reacted to a report by UN nuclear inspectors that Iran continues to enrich uranium in defiance of sanctions. The International Atomic Energy Agency report also found that Iran had enriched more uranium ...
Iran inches closer to the bomb Ha'aretz
Interview: Iran May Achieve Capability to Make A Nuclear Weapon in ... New York Times
Israel urges pressure on Iran, Syria PRESS TV
Jerusalem Post - BBC News
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Rocket Fired From Lebanon Strikes Northern Israel - New York Times Sun, 22 Feb 2009 01:34:16 GMT

Times Online

Rocket Fired From Lebanon Strikes Northern Israel
New York Times, United States
By ISABEL KERSHNER JERUSALEM — A Katyusha rocket fired from southern Lebanon hit a village in northern Israel early Saturday, lightly wounding a woman. The Israeli military responded with artillery shells aimed at the source of the fire, according to ...
War of the spies as Israel and Hezbollah prepare for confrontation Times Online
Violence flares on Israel-Lebanon border AFP
Lebanese PM condemns rocket attack on Israel, IDF response Jerusalem Post
CNN - Xinhua
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ISRAEL: Late-night-TV swipe at Mary has religious, political fallout - Los Angeles Times Sun, 22 Feb 2009 17:01:14 GMT

PRESS TV

ISRAEL: Late-night-TV swipe at Mary has religious, political fallout
Los Angeles Times, CA
The Vatican formally complained to Israel for the "offensive act of intolerance" and Christian Arabs demonstrated Saturday in the Galilee with placards equating Shlein with the devil, saying tongue-in-cheek apologies were insufficient. ...
Olmert: Israel is sorry for TV satire of Christianity Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Muslim-Christian group: Israel demolishing entire neighborhoods Ma'an News Agency
PM 'sorry' for offensive skit Ha'aretz
Sydney Morning Herald - Boston Globe
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Netanyahu leans centrist to form unity government in Israel - Christian Science Monitor Sun, 22 Feb 2009 19:06:02 GMT

Boston Globe

Netanyahu leans centrist to form unity government in Israel
Christian Science Monitor, MA
While the Likud chairman has broad support among right-wing parties after parliamentary polls, he’s courting Kadima’s Livni. By Ilene R. Prusher | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor Mr. Netanyahu, the right-wing Israeli leader of the Likud ...
Israel's far right leader says will cooperate with US on Mideast peace Deutsche Welle
Israel: Netanyahu To Meet With Livni On Coalition Stratfor
AP Top News at 10:00 am EST The Associated Press
Tehran Times - Jewish Telegraphic Agency
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Netanyahu, Once Hawkish, Now Touts Pragmatism - New York Times Sat, 21 Feb 2009 02:24:58 GMT

ABC News

Netanyahu, Once Hawkish, Now Touts Pragmatism
New York Times, United States
By ETHAN BRONNER JERUSALEM — Benjamin Netanyahu, the Likud Party leader chosen Friday to form Israel’s next government, likes to tell a story about his meeting last summer in Jerusalem with President Obama, who was then still the Democratic candidate. ...
Video: Netanyahu picked to form Israel government france24english
NEWSMAKER-Netanyahu handed reins of a jittery Israel Reuters
Netanyahu Assembles New Israeli Government Washington Post
AFP - International Herald Tribune
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US Holds Firm on Reparations, Israel in UN Racism Talks - Washington Post Fri, 20 Feb 2009 02:43:50 GMT

European Jewish Press

US Holds Firm on Reparations, Israel in UN Racism Talks
Washington Post, United States
19 -- The Obama administration on Thursday concluded its first round of politically charged UN negotiations on racism, pressing foreign governments to drop reparation demands for slavery and to desist from singling out Israel for criticism in a draft ...
US Still Skeptical About UN Racism Conference Voice of America
Op-Ed: Boycott Durban II Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Reports From The London Conference On Anti-Semitism Evening Bulletin
Reuters - Jerusalem Post
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Egypt: Israel wrong to tie soldier to Gaza truce - International Herald Tribune Thu, 19 Feb 2009 16:28:23 GMT

ABC News

Egypt: Israel wrong to tie soldier to Gaza truce
International Herald Tribune, France
AP CAIRO: Egypt's foreign ministry spokesman says Israel's latest demand that a captured Israeli soldier be released before a long-term Gaza truce deal with Hamas is struck is a blow to Egyptian mediation efforts between the two sides. ...
Hamas tells Israel it will not surrender captured soldier Telegraph.co.uk
Egypt recalls commerce delegation to Israel Ha'aretz
'Egypt angry' over Israel truce condition AFP
Jewish Telegraphic Agency - PRESS TV
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The Net Post: Dubai must learn lesson after Peer pressure - Times Online Sun, 22 Feb 2009 21:09:51 GMT

Times Online

The Net Post: Dubai must learn lesson after Peer pressure
Times Online, UK
Dubai retained its position as a venue of value in tennis only because Andy Ram of Israel will be playing doubles there this week on something called a "special permit." Whether anyone will ever feel quite the same about the United Arab Emirates again ...
In Dubai tennis match, love-love proved the winner Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Roddick pulls out of Dubai event over Peer controversy AFP
Sports, politics collide in Dubai John Jeansonne Newsday
International Herald Tribune - New York Times
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Israel's new Iran policy: Sway Obama on Tehran talks - Ha'aretz Sun, 22 Feb 2009 23:19:38 GMT

Ha'aretz

Israel's new Iran policy: Sway Obama on Tehran talks
Ha'aretz, Israel
The report confirms the assumption, shared for some time by the intelligence services of Israel, the United States and Europe, that Iran is closer to the bomb, with mid-2010 as the likely date it will reach its goal. ...
'Iran doesn't want direct confrontation' Jerusalem Post
Iran & Israel Trade Warnings IsraCast
Russia postpones Iran missile deal Real News Network
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