Clinton criticizes Israel plan to raze Palestinian homes
Los Angeles Times, CA
By Paul Richter Reporting from Ramallah, West Bank -- US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, in an unusual public criticism of Israel, said Wednesday that its plan to destroy dozens of Palestinian homes in Arab East Jerusalem was "unhelpful" and ...
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Gaza militants fire back rockets at Israel after airstrikes
Fresh rocket attacks hit Israel
Palestinian Shot Dead After Crash Israel Labels Terrorist Attack
Voice of America
The killing happened as tensions flare over Israel's planned demolition of Arab homes in East Jerusalem and a spate of new violence in Gaza. It was a scene of chaos on Jerusalem's busy Menachim Begin Highway in the moments after police said the ...
Kassams hit Israel after Gaza attack
Tensions rise in Israel after Jerusalem bulldozer attack
Israel: Palestinian driver attacks police officers
Police recommend charges against Israel's PM
The Associated Press
He has never been convicted of a crime but the accusations finally forced him to announce his resignation late last year. He is Israel's caretaker leader until designated Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu puts together a new government.
Talansky lawyers say Israel aided US investigation
Israel's police to recommend graft charges against Olmert
Israeli police again recommend charges against Olmert
Setback for pro-Israel hawks in US: Bernd Debusmann
Israel no longer even pretends to seek peace with the Palestinians, it strives to pacify them ... American identification with Israel has become total." These are excerpts from a 2007 speech by Charles (Chas) Freeman, a former US ambassador to Saudi ...
Top US intelligence pick under fire for Saudi, China ties
Lots of Freeman links—and the debate is getting personal (UPDATED)
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Israel, Turkey bury hatchet after Gaza spat
JERUSALEM (AFP) — Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and her Turkish counterpart Ali Babajan on Thursday sought to defuse the recent crisis between the allies sparked in the wake of Israel's offensive in Gaza. The two, who met at NATO headquarters in ...
Livni, Turkish FM hold reconciliation talks in Brussels
Israeli, Turkish foreign ministers meet secretly
Turkey and Israel to patch it up (quietly)
If Israel were nicer there'd be no anti-Semitism
Israel makes Peace Treaties - anti-Semitic attacks abroad decrease. Israel makes Wars - anti-Semitic attacks rise. The formula would seem to suggest that if Israel were to make peace with the Arabs, then Jews around the world would be allowed to wear ...
Condemnation of Israel is lopsided
ICan Ad Targets Student Boycotts of Israel
Scholar shares stories of living in young Israel
Iran: Our Missiles Can Hit Anywhere in Israel
U.S. News & World Report, DC
By Larry Derfner, Mideast Watch In its war of words with Israel, which has heated up since last week's test of an Iranian nuclear power plant, a top Iranian military official warned that an Israeli attack will be met with missiles that can hit "all ...
Belated early warning
Iran Says Its Missiles Can Reach Israel Nuclear Installations
Israel mulling strike on Iran nuclear facilities – report
Kerry: Syrian leader wants peace talks with Israel
The Associated Press
John Kerry says Syrian President Basher Assad told him last month in Damascus that Syria is prepared to resume peace negotiations with Israel and would offer peace in exchange for territory captured from the Arabs in the 1967 Mideast War. ...
The easier choice: Syria
Kerry calls for easing US sanctions against Syria
Talking to Syria
Nigeria: Life Free From Israeli Menace And Control
George W. Bush on the other hand, in thrall to then Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, gave United States' support for Israel to retain parts of territories it had captured in its numerous wars against Arab countries. This stance is in direct conflict with ...
Moderates at an impasse
Iran wants Interpol warrants for Israel leaders
Iran: Seeking Interpol warrants for Israelis
Israel stocks fall; potash price cut puts ICL in focus
By Robert Daniel, MarketWatch TEL AVIV (MarketWatch) -- Israel stocks declined on Thursday for a second day, with Israel Chemicals in focus because of a potash price cut and the technology and real estate sectors slumping. The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange's ...
Thu: Ups and downs for Israel Corp.
Market Report / A down day ends a down week
Israel Discount Bank sees Q4 loss 70-120 mln shekels