Can green energy help Palestinians unplug from Israel?
Christian Science Monitor
Green energy proponents hope to convince Palestinians that renewables can give them greater autonomy from Israel and is more affordable in the long run. By Rebecca Collard, Contributor / July 15, 2011 Outside Khaled Sabawi's West Bank office it is a ...
BDS: A Palestinian Woman's Response to Israel's Naomi Chazan
A week after the 'Flightilla': The ones who made it in
Obama's Middle East Plan Weakens Israel
Gaza gunman wounded in Israeli air strike
An Israeli military spokeswoman confirmed that an aerial attack was launched under cover of darkness against Gaza militants preparing to fire a rocket at Israel, east of Gaza City. One gunman was injured, a rescue crew member in Gaza said. ...
Above the Fray: The untenable status quo
Former US official derides Palestinian UN effort
ISRAEL: Victory Without Peace
Heilman's Week in Review: Boycotts, embassy attacks, tragedy in Brooklyn
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Liberals for boycotts: Israel's Knesset managed to accomplish a rare feat this week when it passed a law that sanctions those who boycott Israel or West Bank settlements: It united American Jewish groups in opposition. ...
The Boycott Law and bullshit
Israel's New Boycott Law: The end of Free Speech and Democracy In Israel?
Israel's Chilling New Law
Former CIA Official: Israel Will Bomb Iran in September
Huffington Post (blog)
A longtime CIA officer who spent 21 years in the Middle East is predicting that Israel will bomb Iran this fall, dragging the United States into another major war and endangering US military and civilian personnel (and other interests) throughout the ...
29 Reasons Why America Should Cut Off Ties With Israel, AIPAC And The Neocons.
Western Leaders Stand Together, Alone
South Sudan will have relations with Israel-official
CAIRO, July 15 (Reuters) - South Sudan, already recognised by Israel, will forge relations with the Jewish state and hopes to help bring peace to the Middle East, the new state's vice president said in remarks received on Friday. ...
Israel welcomes South Sudan as new member of UN
Issues unresolved in Sudan
Globe and Mail
Israel's long-weekend plan no day at the beach
Globe and Mail
The latest debate was opened by the country's Vice-Prime-Minister, Silvan Shalom, who recently proposed that Israel's parliament enact legislation to make Sunday an official day off along with the traditional Saturday. Like many cultures, Israel's ...
Israel Under The Radar
Explosion in Israel injures several people-police
JERUSALEM, July 15 (Reuters) - An explosion damaged a building in the Israeli city of Netanya north of Tel Aviv on Friday injuring several people, a police spokesman said. Spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the reason for the blast was unclear and it had ...
Explosion injures 11 people in Israel
Explosion in Israel injures 11
"Israel" Eyeing Reoccupation of Sinai
In laying groundwork for such an event, high level “Israeli” officials are pointing to what they say is increasing infiltration by al-Qaida and Hamas who could launch attacks from the Sinai into "Israel." When asked to comment on the prospect that ...
East Med Gas to sue Egypt over pipeline bombings
Militants Blow Up Egypt-Israel Gas Pipeline Terminal in a Predawn Attack
Egyptian pipeline repair could take two weeks
A More Serious Conversation About Israel
As with any similarly-placed diasporic identity community, debates over policy and priorities within the pro-Israel American Jewish community are important for the community's vitality. Yet in contrast to the increasing centralization of the Canadian ...
The Jewish Conversation Isn't Just About Israel
'Two-thirds of US Jews worried about Obama Israel policies'
Opinion: Finding Yourself in Israel