Jordan's Abdullah: Israel Must Choose Between Isolation and ...
Israel must choose between integration and isolation in the Middle East, Jordan's King Abdullah II said Friday on a visit to the United States. He also warned that delaying a two-state solution would be disastrous for both Israel and the Palestinians, ...
Video: Inside Story - Israel rejects alleged war crimes - 23 Apr 09
Israel's 57-State Opportunity
Israel at 61 has much to celebrate despite the threats and ...
Ahmadinejad's Israel comments unacceptable: Rudd
ABC Online, Australia
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has condemned the Iranian President over his recent criticism of Israel in a speech at a United Nations anti-racism conference. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad described Israel as an "aggressive racist country". ...
Video: Durban II: UN meeting adopts final draft
Durban II, another opportunity missed
UN racism event highlights divisions
Israel strives to re-brand image
By Ori Lewis and Ivan Karakashian JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A walkout by European diplomats in protest at Iran branding Israel a "racist" state at a UN racism conference was a morale boost for Israelis. But the gesture of solidarity at the United Nations ...
Video: Arabs in Israel complain of discrimination - 20 Apr 09
Aboriginal Rights to Israel
Iran says West tries to muzzle criticism of Israel
Israel Foreign Minister hits out at Iran, Syria
The biggest obstacle to any comprehensive solution, the right-wing minister said, "is not Israel, it is not the Palestinians. It's the Iranians." The daily, which did not publish the full interview, also said Lieberman cited Syria's deepening ties with ...
Israel portrays Iran as threat to peace
Egypt MP: Lieberman not welcome in Cairo unless he apologizes
'World leaders must drop their slogans'
Jane Harman and Israel derangement syndrome
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, NY
By Ron Kampeas · April 24, 2009 One of the less salutary undercurrents flowing out of the US government's classified information case against former AIPAC staffers is how haters of the pro-Israel lobby who otherwise might be spooked by a security ...
Lawmaker caught on US wiretap
The Jane Harman file
Jane Harman Weighs In on Israel's Hold Over Congress
United Press International
Who wants to talk to Hamas?
BBC News, UK
Most of the international community backs Israel's view that Hamas is a terrorist group, and refuses to deal directly with it. But calls for a rethink have increased since Mr Obama came to power. Some believe there are signs of a subtle change in mood. ...
War crimes charges against Israel sought
Israel criticises parliamentary invite for Hamas leader
Israel military: Probe shows no violations in Gaza
EU: Israel must commit to peace process
United Press International
BRUSSELS, April 24 (UPI) -- Closer relations between Israel and the European Union depend on restarting the peace process with the Palestinians, the European Commission said Thursday. Benita Ferrero-Waldner, the European external relations commissioner ...
Livni urges EU not to freeze upgrade on Israel relations
EU Freezes Upgrade Of Bilateral Ties With Israel
Livni urges EU: Don't halt EU-Israel relations upgrade
Israel supporters infuse Holocaust remembrance with Iran fears
Of course, Reich attacks Ahmadinejad's speech from Monday, and then insists, "The seriousness of this threat by the bellicose leader of a country clearly rushing to amass nuclear weapons, and utterly committed to the elimination of Israel, can hardly ...
Laughing at Ahmadinejad
Israel: Iran is like 'Nazi Germany'
Obama: Israel rose from Holocaust
Israel: Pakistan's nukes could fall to Taliban
Jerusalem Post, Israel
Israeli defense officials said that while Pakistan was farther away than Iran, Israel needed to be concerned with the political upset there. "This is a major challenge," one top official told The Jerusalem Post. "If Pakistan's nuclear weapons falls ...
Video: Reaction: Is Pakistan a "mortal threat?"
Pakistan's Nukes Could Fall Into Taliban Hands: Israel
Satellite TV salesmen gets prison time for aiding anti-Israel ...
New York Daily News, NY
By Thomas Zambito A Staten Island satellite-TV salesman was sentenced to more than five years in prison Thursday for aiding Hezbollah's recruitment of suicide bombers by beaming the group's anti-Israel propaganda into US homes. ...