Kansas City Star
IDF continues mass West Bank arrests in wake of Itamar massacre
The Israel Defense Forces and Shin Bet security service continued to make wholesale arrests Monday in the West Bank village of Awarta, following the attack Friday night in the nearby settlement of Itamar, in which five ...
Abbas Condemns Killing of Jewish Family
Israel releases prominent Palestinian activist
A fatal Israeli-Palestinian flaw
Europe's Israel romance is on the wane
Europeans are losing their illusions about Israel, our survey shows. Policy is out of step with the public In Europe, Israel has historically enjoyed a high level of support, not least because it was perceived as a progressive democracy in a sea of ...
Chill regional winds blow across Israel
Israel—and American Jews—in the eye of the Middle East sandstorm
Obama administration prepares for possibility of new post-revolt Islamist regimes
Israel Stocks: Ampal-American, Cellcom, Electra, Netvision
Israel's TA-25 Index gained the most in a week, climbing 0.9 percent to 1254.49 at the 4:30 pm close in Tel Aviv. Investors traded about 2.8 billion shekels ($800.5 million) in shares and convertible ...
Cellcom Israel in $421 mln offer for Netvision
Israel stocks rise; Cellcom bids for NetVision
Cellcom Israel Ltd. Announces Appointment of VP Marketing
Controversy over Julian Schnabel's 'Miral' premiere
Tonight Julian Schnabel's new film, Miral — about an orphaned Palestinian in the wake of Israel's 1984 war for independence – is due to premiere at the UN headquarters in New York City. But the American Jewish Committee is trying to ...
A controversy over the movie 'Miral'
Israeli Protest Fails to Halt Palestinian Movie
Israel protests screening of film at United Nations
Israel, the Arab world and beyond
Los Angeles Times
Several hundred young Palestinians took to the streets of Gaza City on Monday, calling for reconciliation between Hamas, which is in control of the Gaza Strip and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah party, which controls the West Bank. ...
Poll: Israel greatest threat to world peace
IDF on high alert over Palestinian unity demonstrations
Briefing on Protest for Palestinian Unity Becomes a Rally Itself
Why did Israel release bloody images of the family slain in Itamar?
Do you think this sort of publicity can change Israel's image? People who deal more with information sent quite a few supportive messages. I know that on the Internet the images are really catching on and circulating. It's hard to talk about in terms ...
'We can also use unusual forms of public diplomacy'
Lebanon complains to UN over maritime breach by Israel
Daily Star - Lebanon
By The Daily Star BEIRUT: Lebanon accused Israel Monday of violating its sovereignty in a written complaint to the UN over an alleged breach of its maritime boundary, as Israeli warplanes conducted extensive overflights across regions of the south and ...
Israel warship draws Lebanon complaint
Lebanon files a new complaint against Israel
Ban calls on Lebanon and Israel to fulfil obligations and consolidate stability
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
'Nakba law' passes vote in Knesset committee
Opponents say proposed legislation harms freedom of expression; bill would fine authorities for supporting racism against Israel. The so-called “Nakba law” appears to be on its way to becoming law, after it was approved in its second and ...
Peter Beinart sees young American Jews divided over Israel
Remnick Slams the Israel Lobby as Barrier to a Two-State Solution
Is Israel bipolar, or does it just have two-states of mind?
Israel vows to expand settlements after stabbings
Los Angeles Times
The government decision to expand housing construction in several large settlement blocs was intended to signal that Israel's presence in the West Bank will not be deterred by violence, officials said. "This murder reminds everyone that the struggle ...
Israel to Step Up Pace of Construction in West Bank Areas
Israel to expand settlements after family killing
Israel Approves More Settler Homes in West Bank
Knesset hears accusations of YouTube bias against Israel
Participants at the Knesset's Immigration, Absorption and Diaspora Affairs Committee hearing on Monday accused YouTube editors of being unfair toward Israel. Israel Defense Forces spokeswoman Avital Leibovich told those gathered that footage taken from ...