Israel's prime minister says he wants to resume peace talks with ...
Los Angeles Times, CA
After his first meeting with the US president, Netanyahu said he wanted Israel to live peacefully with the Palestinians. First, however, the Palestinians must recognize Israel "as a Jewish state" and forgo some common trappings of statehood, he said. ...
Video: Israel ready for peace talks Netanyahu tells Obama
The gap between the US and Israel
RPT-FACTBOX-Three major issues in US-Israel talks
Israeli intelligence warns on internet use
Reuters India, India
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's domestic intelligence agency issued a rare public warning on Monday that terror groups were using popular social networking Web sites like Facebook to recruit, and possibly kidnap, Israeli citizens. ...
Israelis Warned Of Facebook Kidnap Risk
Terrorists recruit Israelis on Facebook
Israeli intelligence: terror groups recruit on Internet
An American Jew's guide to living in Israel
By Elliott Antman When my grandmother first visited Israel in the 1970s, she was eager to practice her dormant Yiddish speaking skills. She was shocked to learn that no-one, from the bus driver to the shopkeeper, could speak a bisel of Yiddish. ...
Controversial play about Israel has desired effect
Encountering Peace: Basic law: The State of Israel
Should Israel exist?
US and Israel at odds
He has made clear he considers Iran the primary challenge to Israel's existence and has indicated he will not stand by passively while Iran acquires nuclear capability. Netanyahu wants to deal with Iran first, then hold talks with the Palestinians; ...
Video: Netanyahu and Obama set for key meeting - 16 May 09
MICHAEL GOODWIN: Obama, Israel and Iran — What's the President's ...
Obama: I can't tell Israel not to fear Iran
Daily Star - Lebanon
Nasrallah: Israel is the source of all wars in the Middle East
Jerusalem Post, Israel
COM STAFF Israel is the root of all problems in the Middle East, and the source of all the wars in the region, Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah said on Monday. "The source of the conflict in the Middle East is the Palestinian issue," he said during a ...
Hezbollah stands ready for new war with Israel: Nasrallah
Two alleged spies flee to Israel as more suspects are detained
Nasrallah: Israel may be planning war
Hamas wants acceptance without changing ideology
The Associated Press
In a recent interview, Hamas lawmaker Yehiye Moussa said the group is "not demanding to destroy Israel." West Bank legislator Mahmoud Ramahi added that Hamas is ready to talk to the West — stressing the group has nothing in common with the virulently ...
Hamas accuses Israel, US for blocking internal deal with Fatah
'Egypt entices Palestinians to unite with Gaza crossings pledge'
Impressions from Gaza: minority Christians and Hamas
Israel's Peres Says Time Has Come for Regional Peace
By Massoud A. Derhally and Mahmoud Kassem May 17 (Bloomberg) -- Israeli President Shimon Peres called for a regional peace agreement in the Middle East and said it was possible for Israel and its Arab neighbors to “overcome the remaining differences. ...
Israel, PA hold secret meetings over renewing peace talks
Don't expect public diplomacy from Syria, top analyst says
Peres welcomes new US peace push
Israel's Oil Refineries Q1 profit jumps as crude up
JERUSALEM, May 18 (Reuters) - Israel's Oil Refineries (ORL.TA) reported a jump in quarterly net profit on Monday, helped by rising oil prices and efficiency measures, sending its shares up more than 11 percent. Oil Refineries, Israel's biggest refinery ...
Assad: Syria has total confidence in Turkish mediation
Tehran Times, Iran
Syrian President Bashar Assad has underlined the importance of Turkish mediation in efforts to forge peace with archenemy Israel, saying his country had full confidence in Ankara because it has proved that it is a reliable partner. ...
Turkey urges Israel to accept Syria's overtures
Syria: Israeli government not a good peace partner
Gül praises relations with neighbor Syria
New York Times
Op-Ed Columnist Iran and Israel
New York Times, United States
They also express frustration at the US failure to rein in Israel, whose wars against Hezbollah in 2006 and Hamas in Gaza have stirred growing support for these Iran-backed movements. Anger on the Arab street is easily exploited by Iranian leaders ...
WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK
Solving the Iran Problem Could Help Solve the Palestinian Problem ...