Israeli Minister Stresses Military Readiness
New York Times
JERUSALEM — With rising tensions over Iran's nuclear program fanning Iranian fury toward Israel, Ehud Barak, the Israeli minister of defense, said that if the country was forced into a war, the casualties on the home front would not ...
Israel: Trust Obama?
Israel keeps mum on 'damning' IAEA report on Iran
Israel believes it could carry out strikes on Iran with under 500 civilian ...
Nicolas Sarkozy called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a 'liar'
Speaking with Politico, Rep Turner said: 'These are dangerous times in the Mideast, and we cannot allow Israel's enemies to believe there is a crack of light between our relationship. This is the time to make clear that America stands resolutely beside ...
Sarkozy tells Obama Netanyahu is a "liar"
Bachmann pushes Obama to apologize to Israel's PM for candid comments caught ...
Bachmann Calls on Obama to Apologize to Israeli Prime Minister
Wall Street Journal
Israel Beiteinu promotes rival anti-NGO bill
Kirschenbaum's bill would levy tax on donations from foreign gov'ts to Israeli NGOs; MK queries PM's opposition to inquiry into contributions. A proposed bill that would limit the ability of foreign governments and international ...
Israel Leader Signals Plan to Dismantle Outposts
Israel leader plans to dismantle outposts
Likud Wants Tougher Restriction On Arab, Leftist Organizations
Gaza doctor tragedy central in Israeli stage show
ACRE, Israel (Reuters) - An Israeli mother-and-daughter play performed at a recent theater festival climaxed with the tale of the killing of a Gaza doctor's family, a 2009 event that brought the Israeli-Palestinian conflict deep into ...
Is Jerusalem in Israel? Supreme Court takes up passport case
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Menachem was born at Shaare Zedek Hospital in western Jerusalem, but due to a controversial State Department policy, his US passport does not designate “Israel” as his place of birth -- despite a federal statute enacted in October 2002 that says ...
Divided on Jerusalem
Jerusalem Is at the Center of Another Conflict: Separation of Powers
High court weighs whether US passport of boy born in Jerusalem can list Israel ...
Centre Daily Times
Israeli women's basketball league cancels season after local player strike ...
JERUSALEM — The Israeli women's basketball league canceled its entire season after local players went on strike to protest a new rule giving more playing opportunities to foreigners. The decision leaves several top WNBA players out of work. ...
Israeli women's league canceled after strike
Shalit saga was a defeat for Israel
The Gilad Shalit saga was another defeat of Israel; praising ourselves for our national solidarity cannot change the fact that this was another victory for terror. By Moshe Arens In those terrible days 10 years ago, when Palestinian terror was striking ...
Israel denies Anonymous cyber-attack to blame for websites failure
Israel Denies Hackers Knocked Government Sites Offline
Anonymous Hackers Hit Tycoons, Jesus, Maybe Israel
Israel is an apartheid regime, Russell Tribunal on Palestine declares
The Russell Tribunal on Palestine has found that Israel's practices against the Palestinian people are in breach of the prohibition of apartheid under the international law. On Monday night, following two intense days in Cape Town listening to ...
Israel is trying to turn Abbas into Arafat
As UN push fizzles, Abbas faces unclear path ahead
Release Marwan Barghouti
Israel and Turkey showing moderate signs of renewed ties
Revival of relationship happens as Turkey is regaining its place as a major asset to the West, Israel would do well to forget its pride and cozy up. Political manners and diplomatic behavior are not exactly the trademark of Turkish Prime Minister Recep ...
As peace hopes fade, so do Israel's memories of Yitzhak Rabin
TEL AVIV, Israel -- A dozen students on a field trip stood in front of the Yitzhak Rabin memorial in Tel Aviv on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the former prime minister's assassination. Several smoked cigarettes and stole glances ...
With yearning soul
Peres continues to have faith in Oslo Accords
Rabin-like assassination 'possible'