Hamas' Powerful New Weapon Alters Strategic Calculations Along the Gaza Strip
April 7: A wounded Israeli is treated by medics at the site where an Israeli school bus was hit by a mortar shell fired from the Gaza Strip near the border between southern Israel and Gaza Wednesday. A Palestinian mortar shell from ...
Israel to Turkey: Help us thwart upcoming Gaza flotilla
Israel keeps Gaza goods crossing shut despite truce
Israel asked Turkey to stop flotilla, envoy says
Netanyahu Reportedly Calls Off Meeting With Bieber
AP Justin Bieber is making diplomatic waves during his visit to Israel, after Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu hastily called off a meeting with the pop star after the singer refused to meet with children from Negev, an area that has been threatened ...
Justin Bieber finding no peace in Israel
Diplomacy Breaks Down Amid Bieber Fever
Bieber to Israeli Prime Minister: Bring on the Kids
'Israel absent, solely negative presence in PA textbooks'
The Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education (IMPACT-SE), which reviews textbooks from Israel, the Arab world and Iran, unveiled its 2011 report on PA school textbooks in a briefing with journalists at the headquarters ...
Blowback: Israel's bogus narrative on Palestinian refugees
Israel to Judaise 6000 Islamic and Christian Arab landmarks in Jerusalem
Israel and Palestinians have conflicting visions for village's future
UPDATE 1-Israel Chem to mine polyhalite mineral in Britain
TEL AVIV, April 12 (Reuters) - Fertiliser and specialty chemicals producer Israel Chemicals (ICL) (ICL.TA) said it will begin mining vast reserves of mineral salt polyhalite located at lower levels of its potash mines in the North Sea. ...
Israel Chemicals unit wins ₤15m UK gov't grant
Mirs, Xfone Israel Mobile Licenses Raise Competition
MIRS Communications Ltd. and Xfone each won a license today to provide mobile-phone services in Israel, increasing competition in a market controlled by three major operators. ...
Israel to get two new 3G providers
Israel auctions two mobile licences
Mirs and Marathon win 3G race
Sydney Morning Herald
From the Heart of Israel to the Mind of Israel Fisher (Ron Hirsch)
They identified Ron Hirsch, aka Israel Fisher, as having been linked to the incident. Santa Monica Police Department The entire handling of the explosion at the Chabad Lubavitch synagogue in Santa Monica on Thursday is what we would call in Israel a ...
L.A. Chabad blast suspect charged after fleeing to Ohio
Bulk of report stands as criticism of Israel's conduct in Gaza
JEFF JACOBY'S April 6 op-ed column “Goldstone's investigation was a one-sided sham'' ran under an overline — “Israel's accuser recants'' — that is incorrect. Richard Goldstone did not recant his UN report on Israeli military conduct in Gaza in 2008. ...
Radiation is the least of Japan's concerns, says returning IDF officer
Dr. Ofir Cohen Marom, deputy to the chief medical officer of the IDF, says Israel can learn a lot from Japan about planning for potential disasters. By Anshel Pfeffer Tags: Israel news IDF Dr. Ofir Cohen Marom, a gynecologist and a colonel in the ...
Israeli military aid delegation to Japan returns home
IDF Aid Delegation To Japan Returns Home
The Arendt Trial
The Jewish Week
The trial in 1961 in Israel of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann has been well rehearsed by scholars, in the popular literature, and by journalists and Jewish professionals. In the latter category, two books stand out: Eichmann prosecutor Gideon ...
Fifty years since Eichmann trial
Israel marks 50th anniversary of Nazi war trial
Adolf Eichmann wanted to return to Germany, historian claims
Ancient nails linked to Jesus?
TEL AVIV, Israel (CNN) -- Two small pieces of metal dug up and then forgotten. Are they linked to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ? A filmmaker says they could be. But, there is plenty of mystery and doubt attached to this story. ...
Professor Israel Herskovitz holds two Roman nails that a new documentary ...
Nails Used to Crucify Jesus May Have Been Found, Filmmaker Says in Israel
'Nails of the Cross,' reopens centuries-old debate