The Nation, Pakistan
US, Israel Walk Line on Palestinian Finances
Wall Street Journal
The penalties, should they be enacted, run the risk of bankrupting the already-wobbly Palestinian economy and undermining the authority of the Palestinian Authority—the body through which the US and Israel hope to move peace talks forward. ...
On Israel & Palestine, Barack Obama Is Rick Perry
Israel-America is our new South Africa
The GOP and Israel
Israel, Palestinians dig into positions ahead of Palestinian statehood bid
( no / Associated Press ) - Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, addresses the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly, at United Nations headquarters Friday, Sept. 23, 2011. “The time is now for the Palestinian Spring, ...
'Israel wants peace with a Palestinian state'
Abbas U.N. speech seen as inflammatory in Israel
Quartet calls Israel, Palestinians back to the table
US Quietly Supplies Israel With Bunker-Busting Bombs
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has quietly supplied Israel with bombs capable of destroying buried targets, like terrorists' arms caches or perhaps sites in Iran suspected of being part of that nation's nuclear weapons program, ...
Obama Gave Israel Bunker-Buster Bombs
Report: Obama gave 'bunkerbusters' to Israel
'US budget cuts won't affect military aid to Israel'
Israel's role in the flotilla showdown
In its continuing coverage of the Palestinian statehood bid with the United Nations, The Post rightly makes ongoing mention of Israel's recent refusal to apologize for the deaths of nine civilians aboard one of the ships in the Gaza relief flotilla in ...
Israel sees "positive" Arab move at IAEA meeting
VIENNA (Reuters) - Israel welcomed as a "positive" move a decision by Arab states not to target the Jewish state with a resolution over its assumed nuclear arsenal at a global meeting of the UN atomic agency on Friday. ...
Islamic nations demand Israel open its nuke program to IAEA viewing
Israel feels heat at UN atomic agency
Hurriyet Daily News
Israel's other problem: Egypt
"The administration here, and in most other places in the world, understands that that's the real game," said Daniel Kurtzer, who has served as US ambassador to both Israel and Egypt. A couple of weeks ago, the Israeli embassy in Egypt was overrun by a ...
PM harshly criticizes UN, Israel on human rights
Israel Under Triple Threat!
Israel donates money to help stop deterioration of Auschwitz
By AP, WARSAW, Poland — Polish officials say Israel has pledged $1 million to help preserve the former death camp of Auschwitz, which is in a serious state of deterioration. The Auschwitz-Birkenau state museum said Friday that it received a pledge ...
Israel donates money for preservation of Auschwitz
Trend News Agency
After Palestinian Statehood Bid, Where Do Mideast Talks Stand?
What has it changed for Israel? DAVID MAKOVSKY, Washington Institute For Near East Policy: Look, I think he was trying to tell the world that the way to statehood runs through peace, and it cannot be divorced from it, and that anything done in the UN ...
Mideast peacemakers urge Israel, Palestinians to resume negotiations, reach ...
What makes Erdogan tick?
Clearly, the dramatic changes the Israel-Turkey relationship have undergone over the past three years have a lot to do with the man who has been prime minister of Turkey since 2003. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been especially ...
Harsh Words From Turkey About Israel, and From Iran About United States
Turkey-Israel Booming Trade Obscured in Erdogan Political Rants
Erdogan Urges Pressure on Israel
Israel's New Labor Leader Faces a Party in Decline
New York Times
JERUSALEM — The election of a new leader of Israel's historic but severely diminished Labor Party prompted talk of a possible revival on Thursday. But analysts were predicting a modest comeback in the best case, with a special ...
Israel's centrist Labor Party chooses ex-journalist and social critic as its ...
Israel's Internal Tumult
Former journalist elected Israel's Labour leader