Israel may tone down emergency laws drafted ahead of Palestinian move at UN
Senior law enforcement officials will meet this week to discuss plans formulated by the Public Security Ministry ahead of possible disturbances following the upcoming Palestinian bid for ...
News analysis: Mideast issues more problematic for Obama
Boehner: US Must Have Strong, Reliable Commitment to Israel
Netanyahu Says US, Israel Will Block Palestinian UN Drive
Turkey Predicts Alliance With Egypt as Regional Anchors
New York Times
ANKARA, Turkey — A newly assertive Turkey offered on Sunday a vision of a starkly realigned Middle East, where the country's former allies in Syria and Israel fall into deeper isolation, and a burgeoning alliance with Egypt underpins ...
This is perilous time for Israel
Israel confronted with serious diplomatic trouble
Turkey: We thwarted Israeli NATO request
Sydney Morning Herald
Israel Exposed: Hundred disrobe to draw attention to the Dead Sea
The hope is a winning designation in that private contest will create pressure for Israel and its neighbors to join hands and make the bid for a UN World Heritage Site, which would set in motion the changes necessary to salvage the truly striking, ...
Spencer Tunick Exposes Israel To Dead Sea Plight
Full Frontal Exposure: World Reacts to Naked Israelis (photos)
Mass nude photo shoot in Dead Sea
The Ed Koch Factor: How Will It Play In 2012?
by NPR Staff Former New York Mayor Ed Koch just sent a message to President Obama: Change your position on Israel, or face trouble with Jewish voters in 2012. And he delivered that message at the ballot box in New York City. Koch is a Democrat, ...
Ed Koch to President Obama: I'm staying on your case about Israel
Nolan Finley NY voters stand up for Israel
Koch Vows to Hold Obama Accountable
Ex-Egyptian ambassador to Israel Bassiouny passes away
Mohammed Bassiouni, Egypt's longest-serving ambassador to Israel, died Sunday in Cairo. The diplomat's son told Egypt's official MENA news agency that his father had suffered from diabetes and hypertension, but had led an active life almost until the ...
Former Egyptian ambassador to Israel, Mohammed Bassiouni, dies in Cairo at 74
Former Egyptian ambassador to Israel Basyouni dies at 74
Egypt's former ambassador to Israel dies at 74
A Nervous Hamas Voices Its Issues With a Palestinian Bid for UN Membership
New York Times
“We support establishing a Palestinian state on any part of Palestinian land without giving up an inch of Palestine or recognizing Israel,” he told the members of the Palestinian Legislative Council here. On Saturday, the branch of Hamas based in the ...
Hamas: We may back Palestinian state that does not recognize Israel's existence
Hamas' Haniyeh slams Abbas over UN bid
Australia's lost opportunity to condemn racism
The United States, Canada, Israel, Czech Republic, Italy and the Netherlands have also decided not to attend. Australia walked out of the first global racism conference in 2001, following vicious racist remarks about Jews which overshadowed its many ...
The Durban Follies in New York
Palestinian "Statehood" Bid Part of a One-Two Punch Against Israel, Experts ...
Tennis / Davis Cup / Tiebreak turns into Israel's heartbreak
By Uri Talshir Dudi Sela kept Israel alive yesterday in its Davis Cup playoff tie with Canada; but Amir Weintraub was unable to repeat the magic he came up with on Friday and lost the fifth and decisive match to wunderkind Vasek Pospisil. ...
Pospisil propels Canada to dramatic conquest of Israel
Cox: Pospisil demolishes Israel to give Canada Davis Cup win
Pospisil gives Canada Davis Cup playoff win
CERN includes Israel in particle accelerator project
Israel last week officially became a formal associate member of the Center of European Nuclear Research (CERN) particle accelerator project, lending the country significant prestige in the global academic and research community despite ongoing boycott ...
Israel becomes associate member of the European Center for Nuclear Research
Israel becomes associate member of European nuclear organization
Israel moves closer to membership in European nuclear research institute
Egypt bans export of palm fronds ahead of Jewish holiday of Sukkot
Egypt has barred the export of palm fronds - used ceremonially in the upcoming Sukkot holiday - to Israel and to Jewish communities abroad, the Agriculture Ministry has learned. ...
Israel faces holiday palm shortage as Egypt bans export