Palestinian Options at UN Lead to Legal Threat to Israel's Military
Wall Street Journal
UNITED NATIONS—If the Palestinian Authority succeeds in winning even an incremental upgrade of its status at the UN, it could subject Israel's military to international courts for actions in Palestinian territory—as well as allow ...
Palestinians Set Bid for UN Seat, Clashing With US
Israel seeks backing of 'moral minority'
Barack Obama caught between Israel and his Palestinian 'promise'
Israel faces its most complex diplomatic challenges in decades
The cabinet ministers' diagnosis last week that Israel is facing its most complex strategic situation in decades is turning out to be correct. Even before the focus shifts to the Palestinian arena, with the bid by the Palestinian Authority to have the ...
Turkish Foreign Policy: What Would Ataturk Do?
Obama must deal with Turkey-Israel crisis
Anti-Israel tsunami 'one door away'
Kansas City Star
Israel's transformation from the promised land to the guarded land
I have visited Egypt many times, and most of the times I had any contact with Israel's diplomatic representatives in Cairo, I had to admit it was a bad joke. I remember one ambassador who made it his daily aim to cut every denunciation of Israel and ...
Israel calls Egypt envoy over treaty revision talk
Israel summons Cairo envoy over PM peace treaty remarks
Israel calls in Egypt envoy, says peace deal vital
Sydney Morning Herald
Republicans take aim at Jewish vote in 2012
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans see a growing chance to make inroads in 2012 with Jewish voters, whose traditional loyalty to the Democratic Party has been tested by doubts about President Barack Obama's policies on Israel. ...
Seeing Ripple in Jewish Vote
Bloomberg Backs Obama's Israel Policy
Bloomberg Fears Jobless Rabble Will Riot, Supports Obama On Israel
Globe and Mail
Cox: Raonic crashes in Davis Cup return
Canada's Milos Raonic returns a shot to Israel's Amir Weintraub in Friday's Davis Cup action. By Damien Cox Sports Columnist Just because Milos Raonic was one of the hot, rising stars of tennis before he was injured, that doesn't mean he just gets to ...
Raonic drops Davis Cup match, Canada splits day with Israel
Canada vs. Israel (tied 1-1)Posted on Sep 16, 2011
Israel, Canada set to square off for spot in World Group
Israel Joins European Particle Physics Laboratory, CERN
Sticklers for geographical correctness will roll their eyes, but Israel is joining CERN, the European particle physics laboratory just west of Geneva, Switzerland. Officially, Israel has become ...
Israel Upgrades Links With European Nuclear Lab
Israel links up with CERN "Big Bang" physics research centre
Israel to become CERN member
Exclusive: U.S. tax-evasion probe turns to Israeli banks
People stand beside a branch of Bank Hapoalim, Israel's second largest bank which is controlled by Shari Arison's Arison group, in the southern city of Ashkelon July 27, 2011. By Lynnley Browning (Reuters) - The US pursuit of offshore tax evaders is ...
US Tax Evasion Investigation Widens To Israel Banks - Reuters
US tax-evasion probe turns to Israeli banks
US Tax-Evasion Probe is Now Eyeing Americans With Offshore Accounts Tied to ...
Globe and Mail
Why are Israelis moving to Germany?
Two blue-and-white balloons at the compound's gate announce that we are at the Tel Aviv Beach Party. It is a wintry Sunday in August under gray Berlin skies. Beach chairs are set up on soft sand on the ...
In Istanbul, Another Kick at Israel
Israel's Maccabi booed in Istanbul before kickoff
Israel Inflation-Linked Bonds Drop Before Consumer Prices Report
5 Israeli Arabs arrested for plotting attacks
AP , 09.15.11, 03:32 AM EDT JERUSALEM -- Israeli police say they have arrested five Israeli Arabs on suspicion the men were conspiring to kidnap soldiers and border police and use their weapons to attack Jews. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says the ...
Israeli-Arab militant cell held
New York Daily News
Mideast 'subway war' in NY
A subway station poster calling for an end to American military aid to Israel has sparked a heated debated and a "billboard war" in New York, the NY Daily News reported Friday. The WESPAC Foundation, the group behind the ads, said they were meant to ...
Subway station billboard battle is latest flareup in Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Pros, cons of U.S. aid to Israel argued in New York subway posters
Anti-Israel Ads Hit NYC Subways