Voice of America
Israel's top leaders voice support for Iran demonstrators
Los Angeles Times, CA
The new outspokenness appears to reflect a belief that reaching out to moderates in Iran would be in Israel's long-term interest. By Richard Boudreaux Reporting from Jerusalem -- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been a convenient bogeyman for Israel. ...
Israel keeps Mossad chief on for Iran "shadow war"
Israel's President Supports Iran Protesters
Why Iran's Ahmadinejad is preferred in Israel
Israel's Barak sees chance for peace progress
Washington Post, United States
By Cynthia Johnston CAIRO (Reuters) - Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Sunday he saw a chance to advance peace talks with Palestinians and that a policy speech by Israel's premier, dismissed by Egypt as flawed, was a major step forward. ...
Seeing through Israel's delay tactics
Israel's Barak optimistic on moves for Mid-East peace
Barak says Israel must be respected as Jewish state
New York Times
Iquitos Journal Reborn Jews in Peru Make an Exodus to Israel
New York Times, United States
Ronald Reátegui Levy, a Jewish oil field inspector, has persuaded many Jews in the town to move to Israel. His dream, which he has vigorously pursued, is to persuade the descendants of Sephardic merchants who settled in this remote corner of the Amazon ...
Voice of America
Tussle with Israel puts Obama credibility on the line, observers say
Los Angeles Times, CA
The US has demanded that Israel halt demographic growth in such settlements. The public disagreement between President Obama and the Israeli government appears to be headed for a solution. But concessions by the US could undercut Obama's influence ...
Video: US-Israeli relations strained - 18 Jun 09
Israel's defense minister says Netanyahu will agree to Palestinian ...
Israel's Lieberman sees good peace talks prospects
Israel Druze protest against "state discrimination"
Druze community leaders say that government funding for their villages falls short of allocations for Jewish communities in Israel. "Our soldiers serve at the front but there's no state support at home" read one of the placards at the protest. ...
Eight wounded as Druze protest turns violent
Druze protest funding discrimination
Israel's Druze warn of intifada
Seattle Post Intelligencer
Gaza's 2 years under Hamas: order and absurdity
The Associated Press
Under a border closure enforced by Egypt and Israel, the UN says, shampoo can come in but conditioner can't. Nor can toys, candy or footballs. The blockade was imposed on Gaza to drive the Islamic militants from power by cutting off all but basic ...
Gazan officer, fearing for his life, asks to stay in Israeli detention
PM: No foreign troops in PA territory
Israel allows first shipment of cattle into Gaza for 9 months
Israel taps new negotiators for Shalit deal
By Amos Harel, Barak Ravid, Jack Khoury and Nadav Shragai A new negotiating team is examining ways to move forward in the case of Gilad Shalit, the Israel Defense Forces soldier abducted by Hamas nearly three years ago, Defense Minister Ehud Barak said ...
Barak: Better not to talk about Schalit
Mashaal: Israeli obstinacy preventing Shalit deal
1093 Days and Counting
The Money Times
Ancient man-made cave found in Israel
United Press International
JERICHO, Israel, June 21 (UPI) -- A giant man-made underground cavern from the era of the Roman Empire has been found in Israel's Jordan Valley, scientists say. Researchers from Haifa University's Department of Archaeology say the cave was used as a ...
Huge Roman-era cave found by Jericho
Israel's richest woman gets messages "from above"
TEL AVIV, June 21 (Reuters) - Shari Arison, Israel's richest woman and the controlling shareholder of the country's second-largest bank, said in a televised interview she receives messages "from above" and sees things before they happen. ...
Israel's richest woman gets messages, has visions
Bank of Israel: Give the public control of banks
Israel's richest woman says she receives clairvoyant messages
Analysis: Restoring Israel's deterrence and the Mossad's prestige
Jerusalem Post, Israel
"He has put the Mossad back on the map, restored its prestige in Israel and abroad, particularly when it comes to Israeli deterrence," Mizrachi said. The agency started to feature prominently in foreign press reports about five years ago, ...
A question of credibility