Israel releases list of 477 to be freed in trade with Hamas
San Jose Mercury News
RAMALLAH, West Bank -- Israel on Sunday released the names of the first 477 Palestinian prisoners that it will exchange for a soldier held by the militant faction Hamas. The majority of the inmates were convicted of ...
Israel Releases Names of 477 Prisoners to Be Freed in Trade
Israel's Deals With the Devils
Israel's list for prisoner swap released
Israel plans new settlement of 2600 that will isolate Arab East Jerusalem
Photograph: Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images Israel has submitted plans to build the first big Jewish settlement in the occupied territories in 25 years, in a move condemned as an "assassination" of attempts to revive peace negotiations. ...
EU says Israel flouting settlement 'obligations'
EU, Palestinians Criticize Israeli East Jerusalem Building Plans
Israel plan for new Jerusalem-area housing development is revived
Los Angeles Times
Chinese Jews Feel More At Home In Israel
Her father told her of a faraway land called Israel that he said was her rightful home, she recalls. But "we didn't know anything about daily prayers or the weekly reading of the Torah." Jin has since fulfilled her father's dream. ...
Germans use 'anti-Israel' Jews to soothe Holocaust guilt
Israel needs a shock: Positive or negative
Marmur: The next step to ensure Israel's survival
Israel officials: High Court likely to reject petitions against Shalit deal
On Sunday, Shalit's parents urged the court to reject the petitions quickly, warning that any hitch at this time could easily upset the deal. On Monday, The High Court of Justice will hear four petitions against the deal that would free 1027 ...
Israel Stocks Rise Most Since 2009 on Shufersal Sale, Europe
Oct. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Israel's benchmark stock index climbed the most in more than two years after Discount Investment Corp. agreed to sell its stake in Shufersal Ltd. and as Europe's sovereign debt strategy ...
Israel Stocks: Allot, Bank Leumi, Shufersal, Discount Investment
Globe and Mail
Prominent Palestinian prisoners to be freed in swap with Israel
By AP, Serving 29 life terms for his role in an April 2002 suicide bombing at an Israeli hotel on Passover eve that killed 30 people and triggered Israel's reoccupation of the West Bank, a military operation called “Defensive Shield.” To be exiled. ...
Hear our plea
Prominent Palestinian prisoners to be freed
More bereaved families fight Shalit deal
Egypt reportedly ready to free Ilan Grapel in prisoner swap with Israel
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Egypt will reportedly release dual American-Israeli citizen Ilan Grapel in a prisoner exchange deal with Israel. The swap will occur after the Israel-Hamas prisoner swap to free captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, ...
Egypt mulls prisoner swap for Israeli 'spy'
Egypt considers releasing alleged Israeli spy for Egyptian prisoners
Report: Egypt to free Ilan Grapel after Schalit swap
Israel High Court upholds ban on Sukkot gender segregation in Jerusalem
Police permitted ultra-Orthodox community to erect 26-meter long barrier in Mea She'arim, in what High Court says will be last time practice is approved. The High Court of Justice upheld a ban on gender segregation in Jerusalem's Mea She'arim ...
'Stop sex segregation on haredi street'
Gender segregation expands in Israel
The People's Voice
'US behind every peace agreement Israel has made'
Israel and the Palestinians should resolve their conflict by themselves without the diplomatic Quartet's help, stated Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman. But such a step, argued journalist Jeff Barak, is impossible without US backing. ...
The simple truth: They want it all
Arabs and Israelis both want peace; the problem is leadership
In Jordan, Escalation in Anti-Israel Rhetoric, Threats
Israel Law Center hotline to monitor campus anti-Semitism
The Israel Law Center (Shurat Hadin) is set to launch a hotline on Monday, to help Jewish college students who are victims of anti-Semitism on their campuses. According to attorney Kenneth A. Leitner, the Law Center's director of American affairs, ...