Israel PM calls for demilitarized Palestinian state
(CNN) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that Israel could accept a peace agreement with a "demilitarized Palestinian state" as its neighbor. Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu said he would agree to peace with Palestinians. ...
Video: Netanyahu Endorses Palestinian Independence
Netanyahu says Israel ready for a Palestinian state – with conditions
White House Calls Netanyahu Speech 'Important Step Forward' in ...
Israel suffered massive cyber attack during Gaza offensive
By Anshel Pfeffer, Haaretz Correspondent Hackers launched an unprecedented attack on Israel's Internet infrastructure during the January military offensive in the Gaza Strip, and briefly paralyzed government sites, government officials said last week. ...
Video: Gazans feel effects of humanitarian crisis - 13 Jun 09
Israel targets smuggling tunnels in Gaza
Al-Alam journalists sentenced to jail in Israel
Israel: Ahmadinejad's win worrisome
United Press International
JERUSALEM, June 14 (UPI) -- The re-election of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad could further destabilize the Middle East, Israel's top diplomat said Sunday. CNN reported that Israel's foreign minister said the election represented "an ...
Israel scared of Ahmadinejad: Iran defense minister
ANALYSIS / Ahmadinejad win actually preferable for Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu to Address World
UN might fine Israel for Gaza damage
United Press International
JERUSALEM, June 12 (UPI) -- United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he is considering assessing an $11 million fine for damage caused to UN facilities in Gaza against Israel. Ban said he was acting on recommendations made by a committee ...
Israel says completes its fuel pipeline for Gaza
New fuel pipeline built between Israel, Gaza
UN to fine Israel over Operation Cast Lead
Mitchell repeats call for two-state solution
"That means two states, Israel and Palestine, living side by side in peace and security, as well as peace between Syria and Israel, and peace between Lebanon and Israel," he said. "It also means a full normalisation between Israel and its neighbours. ...
Syria crucial to peace - Mitchell
Syria welcomes US envoy Mitchell
Syria Hopes For "Natural Relations" With US
Israel 'perplexed' by EU meeting with Hezbollah MP
JERUSALEM (AFP) — Israel was left "perplexed" by EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana's unprecedented meeting with an official from Lebanon's Hezbollah, a foreign ministry spokesman said on Sunday. "This meeting left us perplexed, and we dare hope ...
Israel stunned by Solana meet with Hizbullah official
Senior EU official holds talks with Hezbollah
Israel 'perplexed' by Solana-Hezbollah talks
West Bank Jewish Settlements Pose Obstacle to Peace, Political ...
Voice of America
Washington has said in no uncertain terms that Israel's expansion of existing settlements must stop. Israeli compliance with the US demand will not come easily. Yitzhar, a hilltop community near the West Bank city of Nablus, is home to about 500 Jewish ...
Video: US envoy Mitchell meets Palestinian president - 10 Jun 09
Some Jews Say Obama's 'Muslim Speech' Undersold Israel's History
Congress: Lower profile of Israel-US rift
Israel's foreign minister sees threat in Iran vote
The Associated Press
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's foreign minister said Saturday that the re-election of hard-line Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad highlighted the urgent need for the West to forcefully act against Tehran's nuclear program. Israel regards Iran as its ...
Video: Election Battles Turn Into Street Fights in Iran
World leaders hail Ahmadinejad win amid Israel fury
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Israel finds 17 more A/H1N1 flu cases
JERUSALEM, June 13 (Xinhua) -- Seventeen additional A/H1N1 flu cases have been diagnosed in Israel over the weekend, local news service Ynet reported Saturday on its website. The latest cases have brought to 94 the total number of confirmed cases of ...
New York Times
Israel's Foreign Minister Cozies Up to Moscow
New York Times, United States
Vladimir V. Putin asked, and his visitor, Avigdor Lieberman, Israel's new foreign minister, responded that he could not imagine doing business any other way. The two then chatted in Russian, as if their meeting this month were a homecoming for a local ...