Globe and Mail
Exodus countdown from Israel
A recent report carried by AP reveals that increasing fear and angst among the Israelis has pushed them to scramble for their European passports so they can have an immediate escape path once Israel is engulfed by insurmountable crisis. ...
Israel faces growing isolation with key UN vote on Palestinian statehood looming
Abbas: Palestinian independence bid does not contradict peace process with Israel
Domestic Foreign Policy Storm Clouds -- The Unresolved Israel Palestine Dispute
Ex-White House Scientist Pleads Guilty in Spy Case Tied to Israel
New York Times
The scientist, Stewart D. Nozette, 54, who worked at the White House in 1989-90 and helped lead the search for water on the moon, was not charged with spying for Israel. But Dr. Nozette consulted for a state-owned Israeli company, identified in the ...
Ex-US government scientist admits attempted Israel spying
Former NASA, DOD Scientist Pleads Guilty to Attempted Spying for Israel
Scientist admits to trying to sell secrets to Israel
New York Times (blog)
Quinn Backs Israel at Ceremony for Kidnapped Soldier
New York Times (blog)
Christine C. Quinn, the City Council speaker, told a group of Jewish leaders on Wednesday that the Council supported Israel's right to defend itself and to respond to attacks. Saying that she spoke “for just about every member of the City Council,” Ms. ...
Initiative: Charity box for Gilad Shalit
Israel needs to apologise to Turkey over attack on ship
To be precise, Mavi Marmara was 72 nautical miles off the coast of Israel and 64 nautical miles away from the Israeli-imposed “Gaza blockade area”. There was no final warning. The deceased were shot multiple times from point-blank range. ...
Israel isolated ahead of UN vote on Palestinians
PM lauds navy's Gaza blockade; no apology to Turks
Israel 'disloyal' to Turkey defence contracts
Israel police shut kindergarten fearing it will become terror hub
"After I became convinced that the building in Abu Tor was destined to be used for Hamas activities, I am ordering it shut until October 4, 2011," read the order posted on the buildings door. By Oz Rosenberg Tags: Jerusalem Hamas Palestinians ...
'Hebron raids reminiscent of intifada'
Hamas terrorists planning bombing arrested in West Bank
Israel says Hamas bomb attacks foiled
As Tel Aviv tent city folds, Israel activists debate next step
Los Angeles Times
After rallies Saturday night across the country that drew an estimated half a million people, among the largest demonstrations ever in Israel, many people were asking the same question. And they were divided on the answer. Tomer Mintz was rolling up ...
This week in Haaretz / 1958 / Prostitution plagues Rothschild Boulevard
The tents may be down, but the social issues remain
Israel makes first arrests as protests turn violent
Leak Offers Look at Efforts by US to Spy on Israel
New York Times
Those overheard by the eavesdroppers included American supporters of Israel and at least one member of Congress, according to the blogger, Richard Silverstein. In his first interview about the case, Mr. Silverstein offered a rare glimpse of American ...
American and Israel: The Spy Game
US government spied on Israel's Washington embassy
Report: FBI spied on Israel embassy in D.C.
Nine Fronts in the Next War
To gain maximum benefit from the situation in Egypt and to turn the world's attention from Syria, Iran has activated two of its proxies, Hamas and Islamic Jihad, to renew attacks on Israel: blowing up the natural gas pipeline from the northern Sinai to ...
Talks over Egypt-Israel gas deal took 10 years, says Wikileaks
Calls to Oust Israeli Ambassadors from Egypt & Jordan
court postpones lawsuit demanding expulsion of Israel ambassador
Teva Rises on Clinical Trial as Mellanox Posts Best Gain: Israel Overnight
All but two stocks gained among the 25 stocks on the Bloomberg Israel-US 25 Index of the largest Israeli companies traded in New York. Mellanox Technologies Ltd. (MLNX), an adapter maker part-owned by Oracle Corp., surged 6.5 percent, the most among ...
Beth Israel Deaconess CEO ready for changes
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center yesterday finalized a contract with its new chief executive, Dr. Kevin Tabb, a physician who spent most of his adulthood in Israel before becoming a rising star at Stanford. ...
New Chief At Beth Israel Deaconess: Global Payments No Panacea
Beth Israel with new CEO eyes partnerships
Beth Israel names new leader