Iran claims 'dozens' of its drones reached
A senior Iranian military official claimed Tuesday that Iranian-made surveillance drones have made dozens of apparently undetected flights into Israeli airspace from Lebanon in recent years to probe air defenses and collect reconnaissance data. An ...
Israel grapples with blowback from booming drone industry
Mikati: Consensus needed to face Israel
Iran launches drone war against Israel
Christian Science Monitor
Israel sets election date, Netanyahu seen easy victor
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's Parliament on Tuesday set a January 22 date for a national election and opinion polls predict an easy win for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in balloting expected to focus on his tough policies on Iran's nuclear ...
Israel's Netanyahu banks on tough guy image to win early elections
PM: Israel to act if threatened by Syria's chemical arms
A US 'reset' with Israel?
Israel: In escalation, Palestinian militants fired anti-aircraft missile for ...
The officials, speaking under condition of anonymity because they were discussing a military operation, said Israeli intelligence has long believed that Gaza militants possessed these weapons, but this was the first time they were fired. They said the ...
Egyptian Islamists vow revenge against Israel for Gaza killings
Jihadist threat: Israel gunning in Gaza
Hamas Launches Anti-Aircraft Missile From Gaza Against Israeli Military
Moshe Dayan, Israel Politician, Grave Desecrated By Vandals
JERUSALEM -- Israeli police say vandals have desecrated the grave of Israeli general and statesman Moshe Dayan. The vandals struck the grave site in northern Israel before dawn on Tuesday, the 31st anniversary of the war hero's death.
Grave of Israeli defense icon Moshe Dayan desecrated on anniversary of his death
Moshe Dayan's gravesite vandalized on yahrtzheit
31 years on: Vandals desecrate Dayan's grave
ISRAEL: Talk Is Cheap, Change Is Hard
October 16, 2012: Palestinian officials have largely abandoned any pretense of negotiating with Israel over Palestinian independence. Instead, the Palestinians (especially Fatah) are going to the UN and the international community in general, hoping to ...
Israel vs. No. 2 Pencils
Palestinians: UN recognition would foster peace with Israel
Israel Ambassador Ron Prosor's speech to United Nations
Stick a Label On It, Israel
There is, apparently, much concern in Jerusalem over renewed attempts within Europe, led by the Danes, to force Israel to label products being exported from the West Bank with their place of origin. The goods are not party to the preferential EU-Israel ...
Christians picking on Israel
Blogger Debunks Harassment Claims Against Israeli Women (VIDEO)
Tearing down Israel's apartheid
Israel's state prosecutor to appeal Olmert acquittals
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Israel's state prosecutor will appeal the acquittals of former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in two of three cases decided earlier this year. The prosecutor informed Olmert's attorney on Tuesday that it will appeal the July acquittals ...
Israel's State Prosecution to appeal Olmert's acquittals
State to appeal former Israel PM acquittal
Prosecution Announces it Will Appeal Olmert Verdict
Despite Challenges, Israel ETF Surging
To say the unheralded iShares MSCI Israel Capped Investable Market Index Fund (NAR:EIS) has its share of challenges is an understatement. As the lone ETF devoted to the only advanced economy in one of the most politically volatile regions of the world, ...
Wall Street Journal
Protestant churches' letter on Israel straining ties with Jews
Houston Chronicle (blog)
Many “mainstream” Protestant leaders have sent a letter to members of Congress demanding that US aid to Israel be stopped based on a variety of specious reasons. These same leaders have been involved in a multiyear dialogue with Jewish community ...
Vienna's Jewish archives to remain in Israel's hands
The Race For The White House: Two Views - Don't Risk Israel's Security On ...
Israel's Task: Win the Waiting Game
Sweden protests to Israel over Iran sanctions comments
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden has complained to Israel over a newspaper report which said the Nordic state had tried to block EU sanctions against Iran to protect powerhouse telecoms equipment maker Ericsson, the Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
The world wants Israel to show restraint. But why should it place its life in ...
Sweden summons Israeli envoy over Iran report
Sweden blasts Foreign Ministry for 'slinging mud' at it over Iran sanctions