Wall Street Journal
Hezbollah Says It Flew Iranian-Designed Drone Into Israel
New York Times
Hours earlier, Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, accused Hezbollah in the episode, saying that Israel had “thwarted over the weekend Hezbollah's attempt” to penetrate its airspace. The group has sent a drone over Israel at least once before.
Hezbollah Says It Sent Drone That Was Shot Down Over Israel
Israel Downed Drone: Hezbollah Claims Responsibility For Launching Missile
Hezbollah claims it sent drone over Israel, but expert calls it 'rinky-dink'
Op-Ed: Steps Israel should take to control its destiny
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
TEL AVIV (JTA) -- Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas told European diplomats that he will resume negotiations with Israel on a two-state solution after the United Nations votes in November on a Palestinian request for "non-member state" status.
Palestinian Authority: Israel violating Oslo deal on water prices
Israel's Air Force bombs Gaza terror target
Abbas's five non-options
Adelson: Don't take Obama at his word on Israel
Jewish Telegraphic Agency (blog)
In a New York Times Op-Ed, Israeli-American media mogul Haim Saban wrote: “Americans who support Israel should take the president at his word.” Now, in an Op-Ed for JNG.org, anti-Obama casino tycoon Sheldon Adelson quotes Saban and counters that ...
Adelson invokes Jeremiah Wright in op-ed about Obama and Israel
The Eeeny-Meeny-Miny-Mo of parallel US and Israeli elections
Advisor: Israeli strike on Iran less likely if Romney wins
PRI's The World
Jewish refugees want 'justice' like Palestinians, some say it's a ploy
The demand is not unlike that of Palestinians, Arabs who fled Israel around the time of Israel's war of independence. The Palestinians numbered about 750,000, and 280,000 or more joined them as a result of the 1967 Six-Day War, says the U.N. Relief and ...
ADL quits interfaith dialogue following churches' letter on Israel aid
Israel Calling Attention to Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries
Can Israel really call itself a 'Jewish state'?
Pro-Israel group airs ads against Baldwin
The pro-Israel, conservative Emergency Committee for Israel is going up with a rough spot against Democratic Senate hopeful Tammy Baldwin in Wisconsin. The spot dubs her "extreme," and weak on defense. The group says it's airing for about 10 days, with ...
Pro-Israel group attacks Baldwin; another lauds her
Pro-Israel Group Targets Tammy Baldwin
ADL pulls out of interfaith talks over Israel
JERUSALEM (RNS) The Anti-Defamation League said Thursday (Oct. 11) it has withdrawn from an Oct. 22 U.S. Jewish-Christian interfaith meeting to protest a letter from some Protestant participants that urged Congress to rethink U.S. funding to Israel.
Attack on Israel Must End Interfaith Sham
Mainline Churches vs. Israel
Writers campaign for Israel-Palestine peace
Voice of America
Israel's West Bank Settlers: We're Here to Stay
Voice of America
KFAR TAPUACH, ISRAELI-OCCUPIED WEST BANK — The walls of Daniel Pinner's home in the Israeli settlement of Kfar Tapuach are lined with books. Among the political, cultural and religious texts are books by the late Meir Kahane, an American-Israeli ...
Why Israel's Religious Leaders Oppose Reform Judaism
The fundamental problem between Israel and American Jews isn't the settlements, isn't the peace process, isn't Bibi and Obama, or any political issue—it's religion. Israel's religious leaders, who have large constituencies at home and abroad, oppose ...
Russian FM to Knesset speaker: Iran won't attack Israel with nuclear weapons
Russia does not believe that Iran intends to attack Israel with nuclear weapons, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin yesterday - while hastening to add that there's no proof the Islamic Republic is even developing ...
Only Moscow can halt Iran's nuclear march, Israel says
Russian FM: Iran wouldn't use nuclear weapons on Israel
Russia Foreign Minister: 'Iran Doesn't Intend To Attack Israel' With Nukes
As the Israeli Army Becomes More Religious, Women Are the Casualties
When 25-year-old Shani Boianjiu served as an infantry instructor in the Israel Defense Forces, her job occasionally involved touching other soldiers—teaching her students how to hold a gun correctly, how to lie on the ground in position, how to ...
Three women, the Israel Defense Forces, and the price of fear