Border Protests Put Israel on Defensive
Wall Street Journal
TEL AVIV—Israel's defense force, accustomed to armed opposition, faces a new challenge in halting unarmed protesters at the country's borders without drawing international criticism for use of force or domestic rancor for being too ...
Netanyahu Is Driving Israel Towards Dark Times
Senators oppose Israel return to 1967 lines
Toomey, in Israel, Sees Security Needs Up Close
Al Jazeera Cleared of Aiding Hezbollah Attack
Courthouse News Service
MANHATTAN (CN) - A group of injured or bereaved American, Canadian and Israeli citizens who sued Al Jazeera failed to show the news organization aided the 2006 Hezbollah rocket attacks on Israel, a federal judge found. ...
Israel rocket victims fail in bid to sue Al Jazeera
Israel Advocacy Group Outlines Objectives
The first meeting of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Israel Action Coalition passed without a hitch, bringing together activists from across the political spectrum. Some 120 local activists came to the June 7 meeting, representing a ...
International scholars' group condemns academic boycott of Israel
'The right thing to do'
Is It Anti-Semitism?
Israel indicts Arab driver in Tel Aviv road attack
By MOHAMMED MAR'I | ARAB NEWS RAMALLAH: The Tel Aviv District Court on Thursday indicted an Arab Palestinian driver with murder, attempted murder, and causing bodily injury, and seven counts of attempted murder when he slammed into other cars along a ...
Religious homosexuals join the march for Gay Pride
Driver in suspected Nakba Day terror attack indicted for murder
Israeli Arab driver charged with murder, attempted murder in alleged road attack
Ketura solar power installation, Israel's first, begins capturing clean energy
A group of Anglos are largely responsible for Israel's first major solar power field, which was inaugurated earlier this week to much fanfare. But while the desert installation is harnessing the power of the sun to the peak tune of 4.95 ...
Harness the sun
Could Solar Promote Peace Between Israelis and Palestinians?
Netanyahu urges Israel to become a global cyber-power
UPI/Kevin Dietsch JERUSALEM, June 9 (UPI) -- Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Israel should become a global leading contender in cyberspace. Netanyahu, speaking at Tel Aviv University's Yuval Neeman Workshop for Science, Technology and ...
Netanyahu: Israel should be a global cyber-power
Netanyahu: "Israel could be a global cyber power"
New Hamas strategy would renounce seats in government
The Quartet – comprising the US, UN, EU and Russia – demanded that, to gain the right to participate in Palestinian governance, Hamas had to end violence against Israel, recognise Israel and accept agreements negotiated between Israel and the PLO. ...
AP Exclusive: Hamas considers hands-off approach
Israel creates special military unit to fight Gaza tunnels
A long way to go
Haaretz exclusive: Secret cables show Israel's battle plan over Palestinian UN bid
Israel has started mobilizing its embassies for the battle against UN recognition of a Palestinian state in September, ordering its diplomats to convey that this would delegitimize Israel and foil any chance for future peace talks. ...
Palestinian protests divide village on Israel-Syria border
MAJDAL SHAMS, Golan Heights -- Tucked into a corner of Israel's northernmost border with Syria, the village of Majdal Shams blends easily into the Syrian hills surrounding it. It's a sprawling hillside village of low buildings - some ...
Israel's 'Faux' Golan Border
Naksa violence shows Assad desperate
Israel and Syria: Tensions are mounting
Analyst: Jordan to buy Israeli gas as alternative to Egypt
Problems with Egyptian gas supply coupled with progress of Tamar offdhore project leads analyst to predict Jordan will buy 1 billion cubic meters of gas from Israel each year. Clal Finance investment house predicts that Jordan will buy ...
Gas for peanuts row flares
Egyptian gas deliveries resume - report
Egypt denies resuming gas supply to Israel