Critics fault Israel government approach to Palestinian UN bid
Los Angeles Times
(Ammar Awad, Reuters / September 9, 2011) By Edmund Sanders, Los Angeles Times Heading toward a potential Mideast game-changer at the United Nations this month, Israel's government is facing questions at home about whether it could have done more to ...
J Street opposes Palestinian statehood bid at UN
Abbas vows to proceed with statehood bid
Palestinians and UN – Statehood or Stalemate?
Will Turkish-Israeli Winter lead to Mediterranean War?
The Arab Spring and recent dramatic deterioration of Turkish-Israeli ties present Israel with a uniquely threatening security environment. Since 1949, Israel has always had the comfort of having Turkey, one of the two ...
Turkey must restore ties with Israel if it wants Mideast influence
Turkey 'to escort Gaza aid ships'
A View From Israel: Turkish chutzpa
Hush hush on Egypt's phantom flight to Israel
Globe and Mail
Air Sinai was created in 1982, right after the Israel-Egypt peace treaty went into effect. As part of the normalization of relations between the two former enemies, the treaty called for the national airline of each country to fly regularly in and out ...
A volatile Sinai puts Israel and Egypt's peace in question
Israel deploys drones over Egyptian border
Ex-Nasa scientist admits offering secrets to Israel
An accomplished former US government space scientist admitted in court on Wednesday that he had tried to sell classified information to Israel. Investigators say that the undercover sting operation that trapped Stewart ...
US scientist Stewart Nozette admits Israel spy charge
Ex-White House Scientist Pleads Guilty in Spy Case Tied to Israel
Ex-US government scientist admits attempted Israel spying
Israel ready to free 1000 prisoners for Shalit: father
UNITED NATIONS — Israel remains ready to free 1000 Palestinian prisoners for Gilad Shalit, according to the captive soldier's father who demanded Thursday that any UN vote on Palestinian statehood be tied to his release. Noam Shalit indicated that ...
'Israel, Hamas in indirect Schalit talks in Cairo'
Hamas official from prison: Israel approached me about Shalit
A taste of humiliation
The incident was blown out of all proportion and immediately became an additional and unnecessary chapter in the friction between Turkey and Israel. There is no doubt about the fact that the conduct of Istanbul airport authorities was improper, ...
Orphaned Land: Heavy metal envoys to Muslim world
Obama and the neo-Ottoman assault on Israel
Can it get worse?
Cabinet minister caught smuggling lamb into Israel
AP in Jerusalem An Azerbaijani cabinet minister has been left feeling sheepish after he was caught trying to smuggle 50 kg(110lb) of lamb meat into Israel. Tax Authority spokeswoman Idit Lev-Zerahia said that the meat was found in the minister's ...
Tit for tat at the airport
Mutton-smuggling minister caught at Israel airport
Spreading the face of revolution from Tunisia to Tel Aviv
Some 450000 people across Israel took part in the March of the Million last weekend, but there were more than 450000 faces protesting on the streets that night. As a sea of people marched from the Habima Square in Tel Aviv, ...
Among the Protesters in Israel
Lack of gov't continuity blights transport planning
As Tel Aviv tent city folds, Israel activists debate next step
Rocket attacks on Israel from Gaza rose significantly in August
JERUSALEM — Israel has reported a sharp increase in Palestinian attacks fueled by an enhanced Hamas network. The Israel Security Agency said Palestinian attacks more than tripled in August amid missile strikes from the Gaza Strip. ...
IDF raids prove Hamas growing more active in West Bank
Israel's best response is still to renew negotiations
'Hebron raids reminiscent of intifada'
Diginotar hacker threatens SSL attacks in US, Europe and Israel
THE IRANIAN HACKER who broke into multiple certificate authorities (CAs) has threatened to launch man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks in US, Europe and Israel using the rogue SSL certificates in his possession. ...