A Fatah-Hamas Deal
New York Times
The recent agreement between the two main factions — Fatah, which leads the Palestinian Authority and has committed to peace with Israel, and Hamas, which has committed to Israel's destruction — is not the answer. We have many concerns about the ...
J Street: Israel must move on peace or face prospect of fresh violence
UN chief presses Israel to release Palestinian funds
Hamas-Fatah deal should prove Israel wrong
The Issue of a Nuclear Israel
Wall Street Journal
Does this mean that he will demand that Israel declare it's nuclear stockpiles, and "adhere to standards that govern the use of force". Or is it just Hypocrisy? The original question posed at the beginning of this long string of comments is not a valid ...
Israel's former spy chief says Iran strike would be 'stupid'
Israel blasts fmr. spy chief over Iran
Defense officials weigh in after former Mossad chief brands Iran strike a ...
Israel considers seeking foreign assistance for jet fuel contamination crisis
Israel contacts three chemical laboratories abroad after US Air Force laboratory in Frankfurt refused to test material sent to them by Israeli firm Paz Oil. By Ilan Lior , Avi Bar-Eli and Zohar Blumenkrantz A month after suspicions arose that the jet ...
Domestic air travel resumes after fuel problem
'Airport fuel crisis far from over'
Insurance cos face major contaminated jet fuel claims
Israel remembers troops, civilians on Memorial Day
Marking the day, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he hoped that the change sweeping Arab nations in the region would lead to regimes that sought peace with Israel, but ultimately the Jewish state's only guarantee of security was a strong ...
Israel remembers fallen soldiers, attack victims
Peres: Israel's fallen paved the way to peace
Peres, Gantz honor nation's fallen soldiers
Independence Day and the 'Nakba Law'
By ISSA E. BOURSHEH If Israel is to embrace its Palestinian-Israeli citizens, recognizing the minority's narrative is a vital starting point for full civil participation and greater feelings of belonging. 'We appeal – in the very midst of the onslaught ...
Israel imposes 3-day closure on West Bank
Israel's obstacles to peace hurt U.S.
May 8th, 2011 by Leigh Cuen
'Jerusalem' or 'Israel?' Supreme Court case raises trove of constitutional ...
Young Menachem Binyamin Zivotofsky, an 8-year-old American born in Jerusalem, likes to brag to his older siblings that he is the only one of them born in Israel. He and his parents would like the US government to agree. ...
The Supreme Court and the Jerusalem Debate
The Justices and Jerusalem
Defending the declaration
“The Land of Israel was the birthplace of the Jewish people. Here their spiritual, religious and political identity was shaped. Here they first attained statehood… “The State of Israel will be open for Jewish immigration and for the Ingathering of the ...
A travel through time: History lives and breathes in Israel's cities
Israel's population stands at 7.746 million on its 63rd birthday
Time for new Jewish unity
Israel's Arab minority to get TV station
The Associated Press
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's Communications Ministry says Israel's Arab minority will soon have its own Arabic language TV station for the first time. The ministry recently granted the station the first license for an independent Arab broadcaster. ...
Israel Government Bonds Gain on Global Economic Recovery, Greek Debt Issue
Israel's 10-year government bond rose, pushing the yield to the lowest level in almost two months, as concern about the state of the global economic recovery spurred investors to buy safer assets. ...
Israel and Saudi Arabia in dance macabre
The liquidation of the former Iraqi dictator by the coalition forces in the Second Persian Gulf War and the convergence of Egypt with Israel in the Camp David Accords paved the way for the Saudis to realize their dream. They also tried to improve their ...
2011: a fateful year