Israel PM ready to discuss border "package": official
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel has told Middle East power brokers it was ready to discuss a proposed package on borders with Palestinians to help Western powers revive stalled peace talks, an Israeli official said Monday. ...
A New Peace Initiative In Israel
Israel Kills Two Palestinians as Raid in West Bank Refugee Camp Goes Awry
IDF prevents Israeli activists from escorting Palestinians to their lands in ...
Netanyahu on social protests: Israel must encourage free market competition
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday addressed the growing popular protests over the high cost of living in Israel, saying the problem with Israel's economy is the absence of full competition. ...
Strike ramps up Israel protest pressure
Ben-Eliezer: Israel headed for disaster
Protests In Israel Target High Housing Costs
Lebanese belly dancer in France under fire for sympathizing with Israel
The Daily Star
“The Lebanese authorities and especially the judicial bodies should take action and hold Joanna Fakhri accountable and punish her,” the Association to Support a Law to Boycott Israel said in a statement Monday. Last month a video emerged of Fakhri, ...
IDF exchanges fire with Lebanon across border
Hezbollah slams Israel's attack on Lebanese army
Israeli Centre for Studies wages war on Lebanon
Israel to extradite Bosnian Serb over Srebrenica massacre
Aleksandar Cvetkovic, a Bosnian Serb living in Israel since 2006, was arrested in January on an international warrant issued over testimony he helped shoot some 8000 Muslim men and boys in Europe's worst atrocity since World War II. ...
Israel to extradite citizen over Srebrenica
Israel to Extradite Bosnian Serb Accused of War Crimes
Israel to extradite alleged Bosnian war criminal
Treasury working on vast tax reform
The tax cuts instituted by the government since 2003 have widened social gaps in Israel, the Finance Ministry concluded after a two-year study conducted in conjunction with external experts. ...
Israel Finance Ministry Loses Top Aide Amid Housing Protests
Russia's Petrova Beats Israel's Peer for Citi Open Title
Chris Grady Nadia Petrova of Russia and Shahar Peer of Israel had little difficulty reaching the championship round in the Women's Tennis Association tournament in College Park, dropping just one set each in their four matches leading up to the final ...
Nadia Petrova Wins Citi Open
Citi Open: Shahar Peer beats Alla Kudryavtseva to advance to quarterfinals
Top seed Peer moves to Semifinals at Citi Open
IDF chief warns budget cuts may impede Israel's defense abilities
IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz acknowledged Sunday that Israel's defense budget may be cut due to the public demand for increased spending on social services, but warned that a reduced ...
News Analysis: Israel's army chief warns of instability amid budget cut proposal
Environmental Awards to Israel Defense Forces: 2011
They can protest, but let them vote too
Anarchy instead of hierarchy: This is how Israel's regime looks in the summer of popular protest. The old structure, from top to bottom, that separates the authorities from the people instead of separating the authorities from each other ...
Kadima bill calls for cancellation of 2012 budget
Asper family matriarch dies
Ruth "Babs" Asper, the woman her late husband and media mogul Israel Asper once described as "the glue" that held the prominent Winnipeg family together, and whose down-to-earth grace and quiet ...
Asper family matriarch 'Babs' dies
Asper family's matriarch, advocate, philanthropist dies
Asper Family Matriarch Dies Suddenly