Globe and Mail
Israel largely fends off pro-Palestinian 'fly-in' activists
Los Angeles Times
More than 200 activists, mostly European, were kept off Israel-bound flights after Israel circulated a list of names to airline officials and asked that carriers refuse them seats, officials said. A pro-Palestinian activist flashes the peace sign as ...
Israel arrests six pro-Palestinian activists
Israel's no-go to pro-Palestinian activists
Israel Blocks Air Travelers to Palestinian Conference
New York Times
Family Battles US Over 10 Coins Worth Millions
New York Times
US MINT, via AP Roy Langbord is a grandson of Israel Switt, a gold dealer who died 21 years ago. Is it the family of a local gold dealer who died 21 years ago? Or is it the United States government, which produced a half million of the ...
Coin dealer's heirs await ruling on rare gold pieces
Turkey insists on apology to normalize Israel ties
By Tulay Karadeniz ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's prime minister said on Friday Israel must apologize for a bloody raid on a Turkish ship bound for Gaza last year and lift its blockade of the territory if it wants to normalize ties, but Israel rejected ...
Gaza flotilla II: This time, Israel took the diplomatic route
Turkey PM: Israel must still apologize for last year's Gaza flotilla raid
Israel, Turkey lock horns over flotilla
On Israel-Palestine, the One State Lobby Is Winning
Huffington Post (blog)
Besides, and I say this with two decades of experience working on Capitol Hill, very few senators or House members care very much about Israel (or the Palestinians) one way or another. Why stick your neck out over an issue that is not very important to ...
Palestinians are preparing for September, but is Israel?
House warns PA on statehood moves
House backs negotiated Israel-Palestinian deal
At site in Israel, archaeologists seek to sketch the lives of Goliath's countrymen
By AP, TEL EL-SAFI, Israel — At the remains of an ancient metropolis in southern Israel, archaeologists are piecing together the history of a people remembered chiefly as the bad guys of the Hebrew Bible. The city of Gath, where the annual digging ...
In Israel, diggers unearth the Bible's bad guys
James M. Dorsey: Israel turns mice into elephants
(Illustration by Armajit Sidhu) By James M. Dorsey Increasingly isolated, Israel put its siege mentality on full display on Friday. In the process it turned a mouse into an elephant. Israel's response to a planned fly-in at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion ...
Israel's body transfer debacle likely to damage Palestinian trust
Barak: Israel will not release terrorists' bodies
Lieberman: Unilateral steps require unilateral responses
Israel criticises UN probe on Lebanon clashes
According to the report, the actions of both the protesters and the Israeli soldiers violated UN resolution 1701, which demands an end to hostilities along the border, following the 2006 war between Israel and Hizbollah, the Lebanese Shia group. ...
UN report criticizes Israel for firing on demonstrators
Israel Finally Reasserts Willingness to Defend its Borders
UN slams Israel for 'excessive force' on Nakba Day
DCCC Chair Steve Israel Relays Fears Over Candidate Recruitment If Dems Buckle ...
WASHINGTON -- Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chair Steve Israel warned lawmakers on Friday that he would have trouble recruiting candidates for office if the party caved on Medicare during the debt ceiling negotiations. ...
Bring the Olympics to Israel?
Religious tourism already feeds the economies in Israel and Palestine, as well as the surrounding area. In 2000, before the most recent insanity of violence, tourism brought in $3.2 billion in revenues for Israel. Compare that with Disneyland in Orange ...
Palestine's 'last village' faces the bulldozers
The tactic of arresting Palestinian children
Israel says it sees great potential in Balkan ties
Southeast European Times
It is also part of a growing effort by Israel to strengthen ties with countries in the Balkans amid strained relations with Turkey. "We reaffirmed our country's position that a negotiated solution between the parties, with no unilateral solution, ...
Holocaust history helps Netanyahu's Balkan engagement
Bulgaria hands Israel unexpected rebuff over Palestinian bid
Israel, Bulgaria joint declaration pledges wide-ranging co-operation