Why is Obama so tough on Israel and timid on Syria?
But he chose to spell out US terms for Israeli-Palestinian negotiations without the agreement of Israel's prime minister, on the eve of meeting him at the White House and with only a few hours' notice — arguably the most high-handed presidential act ...
PM: Stop treating Palestinians like a 'spoiled child'
Palestinians deserve Obama's support in September
US waits for Israel's Godot
Report: Israel offers prisoner exchange for Ilan Grapel
Jerusalem authorities offer to release three Egyptians in Israeli prisons in return for Ilan Grapel, who is accused of spying on Israel's behalf, according to an Egyptian news website. By Haaretz Tags: Egypt Israel spy Israel offered Egypt a prisoner ...
Report: Israel seeks prisoner exchange for Ilan Grapel
Report: Israel offers Egypt prisoner exchange deal to release Ilan Grapel
Emory Law School Student Arrested on Accusations of Spying
IDF relieved by Turkish group's pullout from Gaza flotilla but still goes ...
Israel's navy is going ahead with preparations to stymie a planned flotilla slated to attempt to break the blockade on Gaza in two weeks, despite the fact that the Turkish group IHH has pulled out of the effort. ...
For Gaza, but not against Israel
Oakland Tribune My Word: Flotilla hopes to pressure Israel to open Gaza
Northampton activist joins 'freedom flotilla'
Is Israel Really America's Ally?
But Israel is in a more precarious position in the United States than Oren suggests. I am reasonably sure Oren, as ambassador to the United States, understands this; I am equally sure that his prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, doesn't. ...
An incredible trip to Israel
Israel must say yes to Obama
New poll: Dialogue desirable even with Diaspora critics
Israel should engage in dialogue with Jewish groups in the Diaspora even if they are critical of its policies, a majority of Israeli respondents said in a poll released on Sunday. According to a survey commissioned by B'nai B'rith, 71 percent of the ...
Arab Spring In Israel?
Pendare Nik - Some good advice
What If Jews Had Followed the Palestinian Path?
Israel asks US to let spy out of jail for funeral
JERUSALEM — Israel appealed to the United States Sunday to allow imprisoned spy Jonathan Pollard out of jail to attend his father's funeral, Israeli Army Radio reported. Pollard, a former US Navy intelligence analyst, has been serving a life sentence ...
Israel to US: Let spy attend father's funeral
PM: Israel will ask US to free Pollard for father's funeral
Israel to request Pollard leave to attend father's funeral
Israel to stress safety of its nuclear reactors at IAEA special session
VIENNA - The Israeli Atomic Energy Commission will announce today that it is stepping up its supervision of two nuclear reactors in Israel and the handling of nuclear waste. The new measures will be mentioned in the speech which Dr. ...
Skin-toned sleeves allow Shafir to play for Israel
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Shafir, 21, who hails from the town of Hoshaya in northern Israel, told the Associated Press that she would not compromise her religious beliefs and would not play with her shoulders bare. She does not play or practice on Shabbat, and is provided with ...
Basketball player loses modesty battle
Israel okays expansion of 2000 settler homes
The Ramat Shlomo neighbourhood lies in an area of Arab east Jerusalem, which Israel captured during the 1967 Six Day War and later annexed in a move not recognised by the international community. Israel considers Jerusalem to be its undivided capital, ...
Israel approves expansion of 2000 settler homes
Israel approves settlement expansion
Israel Police worry about looters in wake of deadly Netanya blast
In addition to the four people killed in the gas explosion on Atzmaut Square in Netanya late Thursday night, the blast also injured dozens of others and displaced a large number of people who lived in the building and ...
Israel gas explosion kills four
Gas explosion kills 4 in Netanya: Israel police
Israel blast leaves three dead