Arab unrest makes Israeli-Palestinian peace harder, Netanyahu says
JERUSALEM — The democratic uprisings that have swept through the Middle East will make it harder for Israel to reach a peace deal with Palestinians, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said this ...
Israel expedites vote on hundreds of new homes beyond Green Line
World Bank praises Palestinian state building drive
Israel to Germany: drop Palestnian statehood plan
Sudan Says Israel Launched a Missile Strike on a Car, Killing 2
New York Times
KAMPALA, Uganda — The government of Sudan accused Israel on Wednesday of carrying out a fatal airstrike on a car traveling from the Red Sea city of Port Sudan. Sudan is considered a transit point in the weapons route to Hamas, ...
What is Sudan hiding about the air strike it blamed on Israel?
Sudan accuses Israel over Port Sudan air strike
'Israel assassinates Hamas weapons smuggler in Sudan'
Israeli intimidation brings shift in Gaza report
San Francisco Chronicle
The 575-page report, compiled under United Nations mandate by Goldstone and three highly esteemed experts, investigated 36 incidents during Israel's 2008-2009 assault on the Gaza Strip, including allegations of indiscriminate and disproportionate ...
Why Goldstone's 'edit' won't ease pressure on Israel
Rattling the Cage: Goldstone was never the problem
For Israel-bashers, recantation is heresy
Anti-Israel protest held in London
“The time has come for this government to be honest with itself and its people and to stop giving Israel a cover for its crimes,” he said. Another protest was held after Peres arrived in Switzerland. Richard Burden, MP, has condemned Israeli policies, ...
Obama reportedly invited to visit Israel
Israel's Peres urges aid to Arab 'awakening'
Obama: Israel, Palestinians must make peace now
Israel and Palestinians have conflicting visions for village's future
Los Angeles Times
Lifta is the last intact pre-1948 Palestinian village in Israel. The Israelis want to put apartments there, but Palestinians want the area preserved as an open-air museum. By Edmund Sanders, Los Angeles Times It's easy to conjure the village that once ...
US envoy Rice doubts Goldstone report can be fixed
By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Susan Rice, the US envoy to the United Nations, said on Wednesday she wanted a controversial report on Israel's 2008-09 Gaza offensive to "disappear" but did not think it could be amended even though its author ...
US committed to ending anti-Israel bias on UN council, envoy says
Muslim Student Representing Jewish Group Rips UN Human Rights Council Over ...
Increase in number of terrorist attacks against Israel in March
"Israel is the tiny vortex around which swirl the winds of hatred, intolerance and bloodshed? Israeli subjugation and persecution has driven hopeless Palestinians to honor suicide bombers as martyrs and consider the killing of Israelis as victories. ...
Israel's message to Hamas
Three Hamas militants in West Bank charged with plotting to abduct IDF soldier
West Bank, Gaza Growth Not Likely Sustainable, World Bank Says
Iranians to Saudis: Attack Israel, not Bahrain
(AP Photo/Fars News Agency, Sadegh Zabbah) By Ben Birnbaum A group of 200 Iranian members of parliament on Wednesday condemned Saudi Arabia's military intervention in Bahrain and urged the Persian Gulf nation to use its forces against Israel instead. ...
The Canadian Press
Lights out: Holy site in Israel goes dark because of an unpaid electricity bill
The Canadian Press
JERUSALEM — It's a lesson that the rabbis who manage one of Israel's most popular Jewish pilgrimage destinations have now learned the hard way: Even holy sites have to pay the electric bill. The tomb of Moses Maimonides, one of Judaism's pre-eminent ...
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Eichmann trial changed perception of Holocaust survivors
Monsters and Critics.com
Tel Aviv - For those observing the proceedings in the improvised courtroom in Israel on that day in 1961, the defendant looked so ordinary that it was hard to associate him with the Nazi attempt to wipe out the ...
Europe remembers how Eichmann trial and TV changed perceptions of Holocaust