Activists defy Israel, to send Gaza cement
NICOSIA (Reuters) - Activists campaigning for an end to Gaza's blockade by Israel will sail to the enclave from Cyprus in defiance of the Israeli navy, they said Thursday. Two boats, including one carrying cement and building supplies -- materials not ...
Video: Palestinian factions losing people's trust - 14 Jun 09
US urging Israel to change Gaza policy
Aid agencies call on Israel to end blockade of Gaza
Israel: Road map to nowhere
Arab News, Saudi Arabia
The architect of the first Arab-Israel peace accord was moved to tears when he visited the ruins of Gaza this week, comparing the condition of the Palestinians to “worse than animals.” Granted, most Americans are not familiar with the Palestinian way ...
Video: Israel's controversial foreign minister in US - 17 Jun 09
'6% see US administration as pro-Israel'
Israel to Arab states: Press PA to resume peace negotiations
Israel seeks policy change no matter who leads Iran
Israel has played down the chances of seeing any regime change in Tehran despite the demonstrations over hardliner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's declared victory over moderate Mirhossein Mousavi in Friday's presidential poll. Ahmadinejad has called for ...
Israel wants 'policy change' in Iran
Leaders worried by the rise of people power in Iran
Fighting to stay on top
Lieberman: Israel's only dispute with US is over settlements
By Natasha Mozgovaya, Haaretz Correspondent and Reuters Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman told reporters in Washington on Thursday that Israel's only dispute with the United States is over the issue of West Bank settlements. ...
Video: US-Israeli relations strained - 18 Jun 09
Israel's thinking not forward
Israel and US row on settlements
Turkey says willing to resume Israel-Syria talks
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Turkey said on Thursday it was willing to resume mediating suspended indirect peace talks between Israel and Syria, although both sides have expressed pessimism about the chances of that happening. ...
Iran claims to foil Israel bomb plot
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, NY
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Iran claims to have foiled a plot linked to Israel to bomb crowded sites in Tehran on Election Day. Iran's intelligence ministry also linked the plot to America and other "foreign enemies" of Iran, in a statement released Thursday, ...
Iran says thwarted election day bomb plot
Iran says foiled election day bomb plot
Israel accuses UN nuke agency of 'bias'
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, NY
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Israel accused the United Nations' nuclear watchdog of bias in its investigation of an alleged nuclear reactor in Syria. Syria has blocked the International Atomic Energy Agency from investigating the site, which Israel says was a ...
IAEA chief, Israel lock horns over Syria
Israel, IAEA spar over Syria nuclear dossier
Israel accuses ElBaradei of pro-Syria bias
Israel detects 39 more A/H1N1 flu cases: report
JERUSALEM, June 18 (Xinhua) -- Israel on Thursday confirmed 39 new cases of A/H1N1 influenza, bringing its total number of cases to 219, local news service Ynet reported. The newly-detected patients are in good condition and have been quarantined at ...
TEXT-Israel's Tower Semi gets contract from Crocus Tech
June 18 - Tower Semiconductor Ltd. (Nasdaq: TSEM, TASE: TSEM), a leading global specialty foundry and Crocus Technology, a premier developer of Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM), today announced an agreement to port Crocus' MRAM process technology ...
MSCI Will Take Israel Out of 'Emerging' Mix
Wall Street Journal
By JOHN LETZING and ROBERT DANIEL Investment services firm MSCI Inc. said it would reclassify its Israel index as "developed," meaning Israeli stocks will get less of a look from investors seeking to invest in emerging markets. ...
A Helping Hand For Israel Stocks
MSCI Israel Index upped to developed-market status
Check Point must dual list to stay in MSCI Israel