Op-Ed Contributor Israel on Trial
New York Times, United States
By GEORGE BISHARAT CHILLING testimony by Israeli soldiers substantiates charges that Israel’s Gaza Strip assault entailed grave violations of international law. The emergence of a predominantly right-wing, nationalist government in Israel suggests that ...
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Israel Anticipated a Stronger Hamas in Gaza War
Woman fires on police station in southern Israel
Voice of America
Finally, harsh realism from Israel
Boston Globe, United States
By Jeff Jacoby IF AVIGDOR LIEBERMAN'S first speech as Israel's new foreign minister did nothing else, it certainly vexed the media. But the headlines were wrong, as anyone can ascertain by reading Lieberman's short address. Far from disparaging peace, ...
Video: Israeli 13-year-old Killed by Ax in West Bank
'Israel, Palestinians to renew peace talks this month'
Donald Macintyre: Obama can steer Israel to peace
Khamenei hails Venezuela's 'courageous' cut in Israel ties
TEHRAN (AFP) — Iran's supreme leader Ali Khemenei hailed on Saturday as a "courageous" step the Venezuelan government's decision to cut ties with Tehran's archfoe Israel over the Gaza war. Venezuela expelled the Israeli ambassador in January to protest ...
AP: New York A Target If Israel Hits Iran
US and Israel may fall out over Iran
Clock ticks for Iran despite Obama's offer of talks
What Would Shift in Israel's Peace Policy Mean for Obama?
By RUSSELL GOLDMAN President Obama remains committed to a two-state solution in the Middle East, but comments from Israel's new foreign minister rejecting the most recent US-backed peace plan could create new roadblocks on an already bumpy road to ...
Video: Israeli Power Shift Means Change in Peace Effort
Ex-foreign minister: Israel not a peace partner
UN chief hopes Israel will seek two-state solution
Papers alter Israel cabinet photo
BBC News, UK
Two ultra-Orthodox Jewish newspapers have altered a photo of Israel's new cabinet, removing two female ministers. Limor Livnat and Sofa Landver were grouped with the rest of the 30-member cabinet for their inaugural photo. But Yated Neeman newspaper ...
Israel's pious press blots out female ministers
Women in Israeli govt? Not if Photoshop can help
Now you see the women in the Israeli cabinet – and now you don't
NYPD sees threat in Israel-Iran tensions
The Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Police Department has prepared plans to beef up security at the city's synagogues and other Jewish sites amid escalating tensions between Israel and Iran, officials confirmed Friday. Concerns that Muslim extremist groups ...
NYPD, citing Iran tensions, protects Jewish targets
Israel-Iran tensions prompt NY security fear
NYPD SEES THREAT IN ISRAEL-IRAN TENSIONS
Israel FM: 'If You Want Peace, Prepare for War'
By SIMON MCGREGOR-WOOD Israel's new foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman wasted no time in grabbing the headlines. The controversial and ultra nationalist politician has a reputation as a hardliner and a tough talker. He didn't disappoint on either front ...
FACTBOX - Israel's Avigdor Lieberman
Israel FM again quizzed over corruption suspicions
Israeli FM graft questions continue
Obama's human rights fiasco
But human rights in Israel and the United States. The Human Rights Council is the United Nations' lead human rights body. Created in 2006 by the General Assembly as a "reformed" Human Rights Commission, the council has taken the worst elements of its ...
Inside Out Reform? Obama's Move to Lead Human Rights Council ...
Trying to Reform the United Nations from the Inside
Letters: One Reader's View
Fatah, Hamas play the blame game
Jerusalem Post, Israel
Shaath stressed that any new government must meet the conditions of the international community, first and foremost accepting all the agreements that were signed between the Palestinians and Israel. "The new government must have a clear political ...
The shamelessness of asking Hamas to recognize Israel
Mashaal: Talks deadlocked over Israel
Fatah, Hamas trade accusations over dialogue's failure
New York Times
For Egypt, Promise of 1979 Peace Still Unfulfilled
New York Times, United States
Visitors to a museum in Cairo last week viewed scenes from Egypt’s 1973 war with Israel. Officially, Egypt noted the 30th anniversary of a peace treaty with Israel. By MICHAEL SLACKMAN CAIRO — In the past week, Egypt marked the historic 30-year ...
Where is Egypt headed?