Israel: 'Delegitimization' is just a distraction
Israel can't be delegitimized, and no one is trying to do so. But the idea does serve the purpose of diverting attention from the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and the blockade of the Gaza Strip. Israelis youth dance and wave national flags ...
Defense officials: Israel considering apology to Turkey over deadly Gaza ...
Siddiqui: Turkey is a vital member of the Western camp
Israeli envoy denounces Spanish 'hatred'
Ill. is key battleground in congressional election
Steve Israel of New York told The Associated Press that he believes the party can pick up two to five seats in President Barack Obama's home state. Democrats need 24 seats to wrest control of the House away from Republicans, who won a majority in the ...
The silence of the president
In light of their actions regarding the Boycott Law, Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin has been revealed as Israel's honorary president; Shimon Peres, as its shameful one. By Gideon Levy In the summer of 2000, half the country (including this writer ) wept ...
Rattling the Cage: Bring it on, National Camp
It can happen here!
Israel's 'KKK'nesset' gets new Anti-Boycott Law - Will they Lynch the West Bank?
SodaStream Options Signal Retreat After Rally: Israel Overnight
Shares of the Airport City, Israel-based company posted their first weekly decline in a month, falling 1.6 percent last week to $74.44 compared with a 3.1 percent loss for the Bloomberg Israel-US 25 Index. SodaStream, up 269 percent since its Nov. ...
Salah ordered released on bail by High Court in Britain
LONDON – Raed Salah, the leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, was granted bail by the High Court in London on Friday while he awaits a deportation hearing. The former Umm el-Fahm mayor was arrested by British authorities ...
UK court outlines terms for release of Israel's Islamic Movement leader
Sheikh Raed Salah and the rise of the Islamic Movement in Israel
'Shiekh Salah to be released on house arrest'
Palestinian factions settle comfortably into limbo
Los Angeles Times
Last week, Gaza Strip-based Hamas officials lambasted Fatah leaders for welcoming the Greek president to the West Bank just days after Greece intercepted a Gaza-bound protest flotilla that was attempting to break Israel's naval blockade in support of ...
Above the Fray: The untenable status quo
Former US official derides Palestinian UN effort
6 rockets hit Israel; IDF strikes Gaza
Thou shalt not defy the narrative on Israel
But there's another very important poll that no new organization outside of Israel is covering. It's the one that says 6 out of every 10 Palestinians reject the two-state solution, sharing Jerusalem, or indeed, the existence of a Jewish state. ...
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Erekat: US has no reason to veto Palestinian bid for statehood
Palestine: The flags are already waving. But will a declaration of statehood help?
Champions League Draw List
Maccabi Haifa (Israel) or Borac Banja Luka (Bosnia-Herzegovina) vs. Maribor (Slovenia) or Dudelange (Luxembourg) Skenderbeu (Albania) or APOEL (Cyprus) vs. Slovan Bratislava (Slovakia) or Tobol Kostanay (Kazakhstan) FC Copenhagen (Denmark) vs. ...
Europa League Draw List
Stephanie Dubois breezes into the final
Dubois earned a berth into the Granby Challenger final after defeating third-seeded Julia Glushko of Israel 6-3, 6-2 in the semifinals Saturday. It was her fourth consecutive straight-set win. GRANBY - Stéphanie Dubois had a couple of options for the ...
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 ...
A week after the 'Flightilla': The ones who made it in
Obama's Middle East Plan Weakens Israel
DuPaul University Student brings Israel-Palestine conflict awareness to US