Two Gaza rockets hit Israel: military
JERUSALEM (AFP) — Two rockets fired from the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip slammed into open fields in southern Israel overnight, without causing any casualties or damage, the Israeli military said on Saturday. "The two Qassam-type devices were fired from the ...
Palestinian factions fail to find unity
Palestinian factions disagree on gov't formation,elections
Palestinian Unity Talks Deadlocked
Bin Laden: Arab leaders 'complicit' with Israel
DUBAI (AFP) — Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden accused some Arab leaders of being "complicit" with Israel and the West against Muslims and urged holy war to liberate the Palestinian territories, in an audio tape broadcast by Al-Jazeera television on ...
Video: Audio recording: Osama bin Laden tape - 14 Mar 09
Bin Laden accuses some Arab countries complicit with Israel
Bin Laden: Gaza offensive was a 'holocaust'
Earthtimes (press release)
Israel rivals 'renew coalition bid'
Officials from Israel's Likud and Kadima parties are reportedly re-examining the possibility of the two factions forming a ruling coalition. A report in Israel's Haaretz newspaper on Saturday said that the "senior figures" from both parties had again ...
Israel's Likud and Kadima parties resume coalition talks
Israel's Netanyahu and Livni make new contact
Kadima, Likud renew coalition efforts
Hezbollah Chief Vows to Never Recognize Israel
Voice of America
By VOA News The leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah militant group said Friday his movement will never recognize Israel. In a speech marking the birthday of the Prophet Mohammed, Hassan Nasrallah said he rejected American conditions for dialogue, ...
Hezbollah chief defiant on Israel
Hezbollah chief vows to never recognise Israel
Hezbollah chief rejects US condition to acknowledge state of Israel
A Parting Shot That Maligns Obama, Too
Washington Post, United States
By Charles Lane There's been much talk about Charles Freeman and the angry parting shot he aimed at the "Israel Lobby," which he blames for forcing him to withdraw as President Obama's choice for chairman of the National Intelligence Council. ...
Video: Obama pick 'too critical of Israel' - 11 Mar 09
Arab Media Slams Pro-Israel Lobby
Obama nominee departs with blistering volley at 'Israel Lobby'
Israel tells Hamas deadline for prisoner exchange deal is tonight
By Barak Ravid and Avi Issacharoff, Haaretz Correspondents Israel sent a message to Hamas Saturday that the final date for reaching an agreement on a prisoner exchange will be Sunday night. The head of the Shin Bet security service and Prime Minister ...
Israel's Olmert makes final effort to free soldier
Israel envoys in Egypt to discuss Hamas prisoner swap
Protest to free Israeli soldier grows
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
Ex-US envoy to UN: Obama policy 'bad news for Israel'
By Shlomo Shamir, Haaretz Correspondent Former US ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton said Friday that the Obama administration's fixation on resolving the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians as a means of achieving peace and ...
Is Israel off limits?
Greenwald defends Freeman and goes after 'Israel-centric fanatics ...
The New York Times, the Charles Freeman Controversy, and the ...
He Blames the Israel Lobby. But the Job Wasn't Worth It.
Washington Post, United States
By Mark M. Lowenthal Former ambassador Charles Freeman withdrew his name from consideration for the chairmanship of the National Intelligence Council last week, citing criticism from the "Israel lobby" as one reason why he could not wind up overseeing ...
New York Daily News
American wounded by Israeli troops has surgery
The Associated Press
Tristan Anderson, 38, of Oakland, Calif., was wounded Friday in the West Bank village of Naalin, during a protest against Israel's separation barrier. In the past year, four Palestinians have been killed and scores injured by Israeli troops putting ...
US activist Tristan Anderson 'hanging by a thread' after being ...
Israelis 'firing live rounds' at West Bank protesters
Palestine-Israel, Zionist rulers change, but politics the same and ...
Israel opens first tourism office in Beijing
Jerusalem Post, Israel
By MAYA SPITZER Israel is looking to China as a lucrative source of tourism, and the Tourism Ministry opened its first tourist office in Beijing last Sunday - one of only 15 such offices around the world. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert during a 2007 visit ...