Netanyahu Appears to Be Shifting Israel's Iran Policy Toward More Sanctions
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, plans to travel to Europe before the end of the year, among other things to press for a toughening of sanctions against Tehran, Israeli officials said Tuesday. The plans appeared to be ...
FP Passport: Israeli press: Will Obama seek payback against Netanyahu?
Israel Will Not Go Quietly Into the Night
Netanyahu's bomb drawing "childish": Ahmadinejad
Kansas City Star
Israeli electric car company CEO steps down
JERUSALEM (AP) — He has been the poster boy for Israel's powerhouse technology industry and a leading proponent of a great dream — to end the world's addiction to oil. But on Tuesday, Shai Agassi stepped down as chief executive of Better Place, the ...
Better Place CEO Agassi replaced
Better Place ousts Agassi as CEO
Better Place ousts founder and CEO Shai Agassi
Disagreements in Israel over budget raise prospects of early polls
JERUSALEM — Israel's prime minister held the prospect of early elections over the heads of his coalition partners Tuesday, opening a drive to get his budget approved, a campaign that could have foreign policy implications. Benjamin Netanyahu's 2013 ...
Israel's Iran Policy Appears to Shift Further Toward More Sanctions
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
JERUSALEM -- Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, plans to travel to Europe before the end of the year, among other things to press for a toughening of sanctions against Tehran, Israeli officials said on Tuesday. The plans appeared to be ...
Iran leader calls Netanyahu's bomb prop 'childish'
Iranian rial's fall encourages Israel
Iran's foreign minister blasts Israel's 'war drum beaters'
Israel's Refugee Pawns
For the first time in its history, Israel is seeking to equate millions of Palestinians in refugee camps across the Middle East with millions of Israeli citizens descended from Jews who, before Israel's establishment in 1948, lived in Arab countries ...
Israel scrambles Palestinian 'right of return' with Jewish refugee talk
Israeli Arabs protest Oct. 2000 riots
Encountering Peace: Two states for two peoples
Another Israeli church defaced with 'price tag' graffiti
"Price tag actions contradict the morals and values of Judaism and do great harm to the State of Israel," said President Shimon Peres, speaking at a meeting with one of Israel's chief rabbis at a Sukkot reception yesterday. "It is forbidden to harm the ...
Vandals strike Jerusalem church
Christian Zionists back Israel's risky policy
6000 Christian pilgrims arrive in Israel
Iran, Wary of Israel, Is Said to Err in Strikes
New York Times
The Iranian military was so apprehensive about the threat of an Israeli airstrike on its nuclear installations in 2007 and 2008 that it mistakenly fired on civilian airliners and, in one instance, on one of its own military aircraft, according to ...
Jewish Voters and Israel
New York Times
“Republicans Intensify Drive to Win Over Jewish Voters” (news article, Sept. 27) seems to buy into the often disproven myth that Jewish voters might actually abandon President Obama, or any candidate, for not being hard-line enough on Israel. The truth ...
Israel's high court of injustice
Last week, Israel's High Court of Justice ruled against a petition brought by female students from the Gaza Strip, upholding the state's refusal to allow them to study in the West Bank.The women, four of whom were registered for a Master's in gender ...
Israel: Estelle flotilla has no support
Report: Another flotilla headed to Gaza
Pal-Israel conflict plays out off pitch: Palestinian striker won't join Shalit ...