Israel warns media against travelling with Gaza flotilla
ISRAEL SAYS foreign journalists accompanying the Gaza-bound flotilla, which is due to set sail this week, will be banned from entering Israel for 10 years. Israel's government press office warned editors that the Israel defence forces had been ordered ...
Israel threatens to punish journalists for covering Gaza flotilla
Israel threatens journalists who participate in Gaza flotilla
Israel accused of trying to intimidate Gaza flotilla journalists
Los Angeles Times
Israel urged to speak directly to Arab world
Los Angeles Times
Israel's global public diplomacy campaign has long ignored the Arab world. But with recent political changes in the region, some say the Jewish state's future security may depend upon its ability to reach out to the Arab street. ...
Back to UNGA: New Paradigm in Palestine, Israel
Queers Should Focus on Arab World and Iran, Not Israel
Giving up the 'right'
Five years on, Shalit's imprisonment an open wound for Israel
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
I have a younger brother doing reserve duty,” Naamani told JTA on Friday, the day before the ifth anniversary of Shalit's capture in a raid on the Gaza-Israel border that left two other soldiers dead. “I'm here because if it was my son, ...
'Netanyahu doesn't have right to sentence Gilad to death'
Palestinian prisoners to go on hunger strike
Hamas prisoners to go on hunger strike after Israel places top officials in ...
Globe and Mail
Israel begins tearing down part of West Bank barrier
Israel has maintained that the barrier is necessary to block Palestinian suicide bombers from reaching Israel. The implementation of the ruling was delayed by proposals for alternate routes from the Israeli Definise Ministry, according to the Post. ...
Israel reroutes West Bank barrier at Bilin
Israel Begins Dismantling Section of West Bank Barrier
Israel begins rerouting barrier at protest site
Fischer Will Probably Pause With Israel Rate Increase on Shekel
Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer will probably wait before raising interest rates for the 11th time in two years as the sovereign debt crisis in Europe and the shekel's appreciation slows ...
Israel rates expected to stay steady
Analysts unanimous: No interest rate hike tomorrow
Development plan for abandoned Palestinian village stirs up a troubled past
( Joel Greenberg / THE WASHINGTON POST ) - Light streams through the windows of an abandoned building in Lifta, a Palestinian village in the Jerusalem hills whose residents fled during Israel's 1948 war for independence. ...
Israel Continues Judaization of Jerusalem
Obama nudges Israelis, Palestinians to talk. Failure again? Analysis by James ...
Top US negotiators in Israel to push talks
Deterrent and defense against a nuclear Iran
When that happens, Israel's preemption option will be gone. Ideally, however, the Jewish State's remaining strategic choices will then still include optimal and interrelated forms of nuclear deterrence and active defense. The core of Israel's active ...
Israel approves economic sanctions against Iran
Gov't expands economic sanctions against Iran
Israel slaps sanctions on firms doing business with Iran
Spy-gadget war rages betweenHezbollah and Israel
The Daily Star
Israel for years has attempted to penetrate the upper ranks of the party, although unsuccessfully as far as anyone can tell. Hezbollah's secrecy stems not only from pervasive and tireless counter-espionage and internal security departments, ...
The Region: the benefits of the 'Arab Spring'
The de-legitimization myth
Lebanon's left splits over Syria
Delta Saudi flap leaves questions of openness to Jewish flyers
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Whether the Saudis make travel difficult for Jews, particularly when it comes to those who have Israel stamps on their passports or come carrying religious items like tefillin, is another question entirely. The issue of Saudi policy vis-a-vis Jews ...
Saudi Arabia denies discriminating against Jewish passengers
US Jews angered over Delta partnership with Saudi Arabian Airlines amid 'anti ...
Palestinians to Seek UN Recognition in September
Voice of America
The Palestinian Authority says it will go to the United Nations in September and ask for recognition of an independent state in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem, a move opposed by both Israel and the United States. ...
Palestinian leaders to seek U.N. recognition as independent nation
'Palestinians will officially go to UN in September'