'Israel's isolation may affect financial ties with Europe'
"Israel is becoming increasingly isolated from West European countries which consider settlements a red rag," one element said. The senior officials said they do not rule out financial consequences as a result of Israel's isolation. ...
PA calls for 'day of rage' after UNSC veto
Israel thanks US for veto on UN resolution condemning settlements
Strangers in their homeland
Egypt is no longer committed to an alliance with Israel against Iran
There is growing concern in Israel that Egypt will become a hostile front, adding to the feeling of international isolation which has only intensified since Benjamin Netanyahu became prime minister. By Aluf Benn Tags: Israel news Egypt Iran A year and ...
'Process of democracy in Egypt not dangerous for Israel'
Egyptian officials approve passage of Iranian warships through Suez Canal
Israel is following the movement of the warships closely, although it does not believe the Iranian vessels have hostile intentions toward Israel. By Amos Harel Cairo intends to allow two Iranian warships to pass through the Suez Canal, ...
Israeli Defense Minister Calls Iranian Attempt to Cross Into Syria a Provocation
Egypt Will Allow Iran to Send Two Naval Ships Through Suez on Way to Syria
Israel: Iran Ship Is 'Provocation'
An unfair indictment of Israel
To the contrary, Israel has remained admirably low-key in response to the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, considering that it is less than one-tenth the size of its neighbor to the south and has been attacked by Egypt repeatedly since its creation. ...
Ex-Shin Bet chief blames Ashkenazi over failure to free Shalit
Former Shin Bet security service head Carmi Gillon on Saturday accused ex-Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi of responsibility for the failure to secure the release of ...
Shalit rally: 1700 days without Gilad
Aviva Schalit to Netanyahu: Enough is enough
Los Angeles Times
What does the Arab world do when its water runs out?
The Blue Peace report examined long-term prospects for seven countries, including Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, the Palestinian territories and Israel. Five already suffer major structural shortages, it said, and the amount of water being taken from dwindling ...
Made in Egypt, a revolution for Arab world
The Middle East Channel: Israel's Demophobia
Netanyahu: Only way to peace is through negotiations
Will Egypt Be a Partner in Peace?
New York Times
FOLLOWING an uprising in Cairo, Israel's prime minister told the Knesset that he “wishes to see a free, independent and progressive Egypt,” and that “the stormy developments there may contain positive trends for progress. ...
'Cold peace' better than war for Egyptians
The counsels of prudence
Reform leaders push new image of strong, growing Israel movement
Cleveland Jewish News
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) -- Rabbi Reuven Bar Ephraim of Switzerland says it's sometimes a challenge for him to defend Israel when his own Reform movement is not recognized by Israel's Orthodox-dominated Chief Rabbinate. ...
Look no further, the world's fastest iPhones are in Israel
With an average downlink speed of 3331 Kbps and an average uplink speed of 1278 Kbps, Israel's Pelephone really lived up to its name (in Hebrew, literally "Wonderphone") and had the highest average iPhone speeds of 104 international wireless carriers. ...
iPhone VS iPhone: The Fastest iPhone in the World is Israel's Pelephone
Israel Dagg cracks smiles as well as defences
Israel Dagg has brought his inimitable enthusiasm to the Crusaders as he prepares for his first match in red and black against the Blues at Auckland's Eden Park. Israel Dagg has brought his inimitable enthusiasm to the Crusaders as he prepares for his ...
Super Rugby: Dagg prepared for debut