Good news — and bad — for Israel
Recent days have brought a surprising turn of good news for Israel: A relatively even-handed report from, of all places, the United Nations; encouraging efforts to rebuild the once warm relationship between Israel and Turkey, and the apparent collapse ...
Interior Ministry: Airlines must keep activists off planes
Israel sea blockade of Gaza legal, but attack on Mavi Marmara was 'excessive'
Israeli airport gears up against activists
House backs negotiated Israel-Palestinian deal
The Associated Press
The vote was 407-6 for the nonbinding resolution that also called on the Obama administration to consider suspending aid to the Palestinian Authority in light of the deal between the government and Hamas — considered a terrorist group by Israel and ...
US House warns Palestinians on statehood bid
Israel, Bulgaria joint declaration pledges wide-ranging co-operation
Israel resolution overwhelmingly approved in House
UN slams Israel for 'excessive force' on Nakba Day
IDF used “unnecessary force” against Palestinians who tried to forcibly enter Israel from Lebanon in May, UN report says. NEW YORK – The IDF used “unnecessary force” against Palestinians who tried to forcibly enter Israel from Lebanon on ...
UN Report Criticizes Israel for Actions at Border
UN chastises Israel for protest deaths
UN Slams Israel for Lethal Reply to Protesters
Coin dealer's heirs await ruling on rare gold pieces | Philadelphia Inquirer ...
Israel Switt, long deceased but once considered a "patriarch" of Philadelphia's Jewelers Row, was an honest, if curmudgeonly, dealer in coins and gold. Or maybe he was actually an eager participant in a 1930s scheme to sell coveted ...
Israel to recognize South Sudan
Israel is expected to recognize South Sudan as an independent state in the coming weeks, according to sources at the Foreign Ministry. South Sudan will declare its independence tomorrow at a ceremony attended by ...
On Eve of Sudan Split Clashes Continue
Israel's message: Hate thy pro-Palestinian activist
Where Israel is concerned, a democracy that cannot bring itself to allow non-violent protest has already turned on itself. By Bradley Burston Tags: Israel occupation Gaza flotilla This weekend in synagogues the world over, Jews will be reading the ...
Peace issues in many countries
Israel 2-Year Bonds Climb on Bets Bank May Keep Rates on Hold
San Francisco Chronicle
"A lower forecast of economic growth is increasing the likelihood that the Bank of Israel will leave interest rates unchanged," Ron Eichel, chief economist and strategist at Meitav Investment House Ltd. in Tel Aviv, said by telephone. ...
REFILE-Israel inflation expectations lower but trend unclear-central bank head
Fischer plans new steps to slow home price rises
Israel's Foreign Currency Reserves Increase to $77.4 Billion
Did Israel play kingmaker in the German-Saudi tank deal?
Analysis: Pure economic interests usually take priority over human rights in the Muslim world, Israel's security and stability in the Middle East. BERLIN – German politicians and the major media have ...
Israel 'trusts Germany' over Saudi tank deal
Egypt's gas pipeline a target for anger at Israel, Mubarak
EL ARISH, Egypt -- For 30 years, the Bedouin tribes of the Sinai Peninsula threatened to bomb the pipeline that carries natural gas from Egypt's fields to Israel, which they still consider a mortal enemy. But they never did, ...
Egypt-Israel Gas Pipeline Targeted
Israel's Economy Needs More Natgas To Eliminate Threat Of Pipeline Saboteurs
Egyptian Gas Pipeline Blast May Boost Israel's Electricity Costs
The Middle East Channel: Who is 'delegitimizing' whom?
Shlomo Avineri, a leading Israeli intellectual and politically very much a centrist, is to be commended for dismissing Israeli fears that outside criticism of their country's occupation policies is an effort to challenge Israel's very right to exist. ...
Economy, concern over Israel made Obama's Philadelphia fundraisers a tougher sell
Israel Debates Two-Day Weekends, and Its Lifestyle
The Fifth Question