Israel's Fischer Joins IMF Managing Director Race
Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer's age and dual nationality are hurdles in his last- minute quest for the top job at the International Monetary Fund. ...
Israel's Stanley Fischer Announces IMF Bid
Israel's Fischer in race for top IMF job
Israel's Fischer Joins Race to Succeed Strauss-Kahn at IMF
Israel Prize winner Al Schwimmer dies on 94th birthday
Schwimmer was convicted in US in 1950 for smuggling planes to Israel during 1948 War, founded and ran Israel Aircraft Industries for 30 years. Adolph “Al” Schwimmer, founder of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) – the country's leading ...
US-born founder of Israel's aerospace industry dies at 94
Al Schwimmer, founder of Israel Aircraft Industries, dies at 94
IAI founder Al Schwimmer dies
The Canadian Press
Israel drifts in sea of trouble
They (the world) invented Palestinian people to fight Israel ... "But let's say there are Palestinians and they want their own state. There is a state where they are already a majority - (and that is) Jordan," Goldstein told a group of visiting South ...
Ignoring the fate of 6000 Palestinian captives
Fayyad nominated to head Palestinian government
Report: US 'still has chance' to stop Palestinian UN bid
Sydney Morning Herald
Former diplomats: Recognize Palestine
Former Israeli Ambassador to the European Union and Germany Avi Primor claimed that in the case of a vote at the United Nations General Assembly in September, Israel should abstain, but later recognize the Palestinian state. "If (the vote) takes place ...
Failed favoritism toward Israel
The Quiet Corner of the Mideast (Surprise)
Israel ups the ante on UN vote
In his long-awaited policy speech, did Obama present an impassioned defense of Israel's security and a dramatic assertion of Israel's right to exist – or did the President, in the words of potential GOP candidate Mitt Romney, “throw Israel under the ...
Don't be fooled, President Obama not friend to Israel
Wanted: Peace in our time
No, Hollywood Jews aren't going to start voting Republican
The West Australian
Barak flies to China as Beijing is accused of helping Iran
Israel significantly downgraded its defense ties with China in recent years due to American pressure, and Israeli companies are forbidden from selling weaponry to the Chinese military. In 2000, Barak – then prime minister – caved in to US pressure and ...
Israeli defence minister heads to China
Israel defense minister to China for first time in decade
Israel must tread carefully during the Arab Spring
Israel's regional policy boils down to erecting security, economic and most important, cultural walls that separate it from its immediate vicinity. Shimon Peres' dreams of a "new Middle East" based on regional cooperation have long since ...
Border Protests Put Israel on Defensive
Israel: Witnesses Say Unnecessary Lethal Force Used in Protests
Palestinian protests divide village on Israel-Syria border
Egypt resumes natural gas exports to Israel after 6-week cutoff caused by ...
By AP, JERUSALEM — Israel's natural gas supplier says shipments from Egypt have resumed after a six-week cutoff caused by an attack on a Sinai desert terminal. Masked gunmen blew up the terminal on April 27. Egypt's oil minister said last week that ...
Egyptian gas flowing again to Israel
Egypt to Israel gas pipeline re-opened
Egypt Resumes Gas Supplies To Israel, Jordan
Israel Plans Expansion of Solar-Generated Power
Israel is planning an expansion of its solar-generated electricity with preparations to bring the first of more than 40 new solar plants onto the grid this summer. Arava Power is building the plants, including the 100 million shekel ...