Egypt And Israel: Will The Past Dictate The Future?
(RNS) Egypt and Israel aren't your typical neighbors with an occasional across-the-fence feud. The complex relationship between these two nations and peoples that began more than 3200 years ago is one of the world's oldest sagas. ...
With Egypt in turmoil, Israel rethinks readiness for multi-front war
IAF strikes Hamas targets in Gaza; 1 dead, 3 injured
“I do not suggest that anyone test the State of Israel's resolve,” Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned Hamas on Thursday, a day after two Grad-model Katyusha rockets slammed into Beersheba for the first time since Operation Cast Lead over two ...
Young Seek to End West Bank and Gaza Schism
Don't test Israel, Netanyahu warns Gaza militants
Terrorists hurt in Gaza strike
Why the cool reception in Israel for the Chilean miners?
After surviving 69 harrowing days in the belly of the earth, the Chilean miners who arrived this week in Israel as guests of the Tourism Ministry thought they'd already been through the worst of it. ...
Chilean Miners, in Israel, Count Blessings Amid Media Glare
Chilean miners give thanks for their survival in J'lem
Why Israel is Blessing the Chilean Miners With a Pilgrimage
US Rabbis Blast Israel Over Immigration Policy For Converts
JERUSALEM -- Nearly 100 American Orthodox rabbis have signed a letter demanding that the conversions they perform outside Israel be recognized -- at least for immigration purposes -- by Israel's Interior Ministry. ...
Letters: Perspectives on Israel and its place history
Christina Patterson is right ("Israel now needs its friends more than ever", 23 February) but she is wrong when she describes Channel 4's The Promise as "extremely balanced". True, we see the horrors of Belsen, but after the opening shots Jews are ...
Upheaval Jolts Israel and Raises New Worry
Mideast unrest to continue: analysts
Israel mulls laws criticised as anti-democratic
Ian McEwan donates Jerusalem Prize money to Israeli-Palestinian peace group
The British author Ian McEwan, who received the Jerusalem Prize at this year's International Book Fair, said he will be donating the $10000 award to Combatants for Peace. The group was founded by Palestinians ...
McEwan's criticism appears hypocritical
Israel boycotters target authors, artists
Downturn in Jewish-Arab Relations in Israeli Cities
Jerrold Kessel, journalist, author, filmmaker, dies at 66
South African-born former 'Jerusalem Post' news editor, sports editor was also a deceptively fine sportsman who helped restart cricket in Israel. Jerrold (Yoram) Kessel, who died on Thursday after a long battle with cancer, ...
Tributes to former CNN correspondent Jerrold Kessel
Middle East journalist Jerrold Kessel dies in Israel
Jerrold Kessel, 1945-2011 / All-rounder who never took his eye off the ball
Iran's Evil Encirclement Of Israel
Investor's Business Daily
AFP/Getty Images/Newscom View Enlarged Image Gunboat Diplomacy: The arrival of Iranian warships in the Mediterranean amid Mideast chaos raises the ante in Iran's conflict with Israel and the West. What if the next Gaza flotilla has an escort? ...
Iran Warships Cross Suez Canal
Iranian warships in Syria via Suez
New York Post
'Israel must have alternative to Egyptian natural gas'
The gas is then used to turn turbines that produce 20 percent of Israel's electricity. Another 20% of the country's electric power is produced with natural gas from a domestic field off the coast. While one Israel-based analyst said the stoppage of ...
Israel navy plans to defend Med gas fields
Natural Gas Assures Israel's Future
Israeli pipeline peril
Jewish United Fund
J Street goes it alone with Israel program
After Taglit-Birthright Israel refused to allow a trip organized by J Street, the dovish Israel advocay group's student division J Street U is currently planning its own Israel trip for American youths. "We will meet with politicians, ...
J Street plans trip after Birthright declined
Chicago-area Hillels break Birthright registration records
Birthright “the most successful project in the Jewish world…” ?