Globe and Mail
Israeli Settlers Clash With Army
Wall Street Journal
TEL AVIV—Vigilante groups associated with radical Israeli settlers mounted separate marauding assaults against Israeli army and Palestinian targets early Tuesday, an effort largely aimed at pressuring Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ...
Israeli Prime Minister vows to stop settler assaults on army
Some rock-throwers are more equal
Israeli military base attacked by Jewish extremists in West Bank
2007 arrest of alleged Shalit kidnapping accomplice publicized
Gag order lifted, revealing that immediately after Mahawash al-Qadi was nabbed, Hamas moved Shalit to a different location and launched a massive effort to find the collaborators who it believed had helped Israel catch the alleged kidnapper. ...
Israel govt adviser doubts Hamas control over Gaza
Untold story of Palestinian 'militancy'
Senior Israeli official says many Arab countries not ready for democracy
Israel to reinforce, reopen Al Aqsa access ramp
JERUSALEM — Israel will reopen the controversial wooden access ramp to Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque complex in the next few days after completing works to ensure its safety, Israeli media reported Tuesday. On Sunday, Israel closed the Mughrabi access ...
Israel orders closure of disputed Jerusalem ramp
Israel closes ramp ignoring warnings
Israel accused of declaring 'religious war' after Jerusalem ramp closure
Look who's talking about 'invented' peoples!
In his bid to pander to Jewish American voters and demonstrate that he is closer to Israel than most Israelis, Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich declared that Palestinians are an “invented people.” Gingrich, while being interviewed on a ...
At RJC forum, Republican hopefuls preview their lines of attack
GOP Candidates Discuss Israel-Palestine
Gingrich folly, Arab apathy
Palestinian flag raised at Unesco
The Palestinian flag was raised for the first time above the Unesco headquarters in Paris, marking a diplomatic victory despite stiff resistance for the US and Israel. Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, who attended the ceremony, said membership ...
Palestinian flag raised at UNESCO after admission
Israel Criticizes Palestinian Flag-raising
Abbas raises Palestinian flag at UNESCO, eyes more
Attacks may force UNIFIL troop shake-up
The Daily Star
BEIRUT: The latest bomb attack against UNIFIL peacekeepers and the return of anonymous rocket firings into Israel has raised speculation that some of the larger European battalions serving as part of the United Nations Interim ...
Rocket fired from Lebanon at Israel falls short, as security worries grow in south
Rocket From Lebanon To Israel Falls Short
Rocket attack on Israel fails
Israel's new Cairo envoy: Egypt peace treaty will be preserved
Ambassador Yaakov Amitai arrived in Cairo on Monday, three months after Egyptian rioters ransacked Israel's embassy. By Barak Ravid Tags: Egypt Israel's new ambassador to Egypt, Yaakov Amitai, told reporters on Monday that he was “sure that the peace ...
New Israeli ambassador arrives in Egypt 3 months after embassy attack, airport ...
New Israeli ambassador arrives in Egypt
New Israeli ambassador arrives in Cairo months after embassy was ransacked
Maybe Newt can occupy Palestine, but Israel can't
And that is something your friend Bibi, and this Israel, are not prepared to do. You may know how to keep the Palestinians from asserting their rights, Mr. Speaker, but we do not. Maybe you can control their feeling that they want their own country in ...
Israel To Probe Palestine Activist's Death
Israeli army investigates Palestinian protester's death
EU foreign policy chief urges Israel to probe death of Palestinian protester
Israel razing more Palestinian homes, wells: monitors
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel has stepped up its demolitions of Palestinian property in occupied land this year, razing double the number of homes and water wells from 2010, human rights groups said on Tuesday. ...
Top Palestinian envoy calls Israeli's settlement expansion "incendiary, illegal"
Israel is wrong to act unilaterally
Palestinians again nix coexistence conference
Gazit Sells Shares on NYSE as RadVision Jumps: Israel Overnight
14 (Bloomberg) -- Gazit-Globe Ltd., the Tel Aviv-based real-estate investor with properties from San Francisco to Sao Paulo, raised less than planned in the first Israeli share sale on the New York Stock Exchange in four years, selling $81 million of ...
Israel To Convert Army Bases Into Apartments