National Post (blog)
Israeli call to resume direct talks rebuffed by PA
Israel proposed, and the Palestinians rejected, an call to resume direct negotiations when the Quartet representatives come to Jerusalem Wednesday, Israeli officials said Sunday. On September 23, the Quartet issued a call and published a framework for ...
Israel blames Palestinians for spurning peace talks
Why Israelis may not be thrilled by sweet nothings from Gingrich, GOP
Israel blames Palestinians for stalled peace talks
Israel Acts to Curb Illegal Immigration From Africa
New York Times
Assaf Golan/AP By ETHAN BRONNER JERUSALEM — The Israeli government on Sunday announced plans to spend $160 million on efforts to stem the growing number of Africans who enter the country illegally, seeking jobs and political asylum. ...
Israel Approves Plan to Curb Flood of African Migrants
Israel Immigration Program Gets $160 Million
Israel plans to curb illegal immigration from Africa
Israel's growing wall of steel fences off Egypt
NETAFIM, Israel — Far from the uproar of Cairo's Tahrir Square, Israel has been doubling its efforts to erect a giant, impenetrable security barrier along its 240-kilometre (150-mile) border with the Egyptian Sinai. Work on the new border fence began ...
Israeli Ambassador Yaakov Amitai To Arrive In Egypt
New Israeli ambassador slated to arrive in Egypt 3 months after embassy attack
Israeli minister says end of Assad would be 'blessing,' calls for pressure on Iran
VIENNA — Israel's defense minister urged the world on Sunday to apply “paralyzing” sanctions on Iran's energy sector and leadership, but didn't comment about whether his country is ready to strike Tehran to cripple its alleged efforts to make nuclear ...
Israel calls for "paralysing" sanctions on Iran
Israel: End of Assad would be 'blessing'
Ma'an News Agency
Gaza has only itself to blame for drone warfare
4 front-page story “Drones cast a pall of fear”: Reporter Scott Wilson should have asked what would have happened if immediately after Israel left the Gaza Strip, all terror activity there ceased — no rocket launching, no weapons smuggling, ...
LEAD: Israeli airstrike in Gaza injures two
Israel must refrain from launching Gaza offensive
Two reportedly wounded in Israeli strike on Gaza
New York Times (blog)
After Fatal Shooting of Palestinian, Israeli Soldiers Defended Use of Force Online
New York Times (blog)
Haim Schwarczenberg/Associated PressA photograph shot on Friday in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh captured the flight of a tear gas shell fired from an Israeli armored vehicle that was being stoned by Palestinian residents. ...
Family of man killed by tear gas canister to sue Israeli army
The Story of One Palestinian Murdered by Israel
Christian Science Monitor
Will Jews be scapegoats for Iran attack?
As next year's presidential election approaches, US President Barack Obama's policies have moved in a more pro-Israel direction and his supporters have been desperately trying to make the case that he is Israel's friend. ...
Tighter Sanctions On Iran: An Alternative to War — or a Road to War?
Israel remains unlikely to strike Iran
Congress rebuffs easing of Iran sanctions
Israel's Babylon Says Arab World, Brazil to Boost Revenue
11 (Bloomberg) -- Babylon Ltd., an Israeli developer of translation and dictionary software, says sales will continue to surge on demand for language products in the Arab world and Brazil, Chief Executive Officer Alon Carmeli said. ...
Australian pleads guilty in Israel to spying for Hamas
TONY EASTLEY: An Australian man faces 30 months in an Israeli prison after pleading guilty to charges of spying for Hamas, the militant Palestinian organisation that runs the Gaza strip. Forty-six-year-old Eyad Abu Arga is a Palestinian refugee who ...
Jordanian-Australian held by Israel admits Hamas ties
Australian guilty of terror in Israel
Australian to plead guilty to aiding Hamas
Freed Israel soldier Shalit thanks supporters
JERUSALEM — Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, who was held captive by militants in Gaza for more than five years, has thanked his supporters in a pre-recorded message -- his first since being freed in October. In the recording, a nervous but ...
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