Kansas City Star
The Israel Elections: Expect More Surprises
Huffington Post (blog)
It is arguably true that there is never a dull moment in Israel, a small country, but a big producer of news, the latest have to do with internal politics, ever a source of drama, excitement and surprises. The current chapter deals with the decision by ...
Likud, Meet Lieberman
Israel's Netanyahu, Lieberman merge parties for ballot
Israeli PM's party to ally with ultranationalists
Some Recent Noteworthy Fiction From Israel
In the upcoming Israeli election, the one thing most parties seem reluctant to discuss is the deadlocked peace process with the Palestinians and the whole painful, tangled and conflicted issue of relations between Jews and Palestinians. Israeli authors ...
New Obama ad in Florida touts ties to Israel
Former Israeli Intelligence Official Says U.S.-Iran Talks Would Be 'Positive ...
Israel has moved to the right, but it is not an apartheid state
New York Times
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at Carnegie Hall
New York Times
In 1938 Arnold Schoenberg was asked by a Los Angeles rabbi to compose a take on “Kol Nidre,” the central prayer of Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement. Schoenberg planned it as an attack on sappiness, explaining that he wanted to “vitriolize out ...
The Israel Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall
New York Times (blog)
The candidates referred to Israel over and over again. Romney called the country ''our ally'' and bragged of his relationship with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Obama vowed to make Egypt abide by the ''red line'' of keeping its peace treaty with ...
Obama explains why he didn't visit Israel
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
Qatar's foray into Gaza politics: Bad for Iran, good for Israel?
Washington Post (blog)
The monarch of oil-rich Arab gulf nation Qatar, Sheik Hamad Bin Khalifa al-Thani, this week became the first foreign head of state to visit Gaza's militant Islamist rulers since they won power over the Palestinian territory in 2007. The emir, who has ...
Israel and Gaza
Israel Should Stop Undermining Hamas Rule in Gaza
Hamas accuses Israel of Sudan blast
Israel rattled by rise in anti-Semitic rhetoric from Egypt
HAIFA, Israel – The new tone coming out of Egypt - punctuated by President Mohammed Morsi mouthing "Amen" to an Imam's call for the destruction of Israel - is rattling residents of the Jewish state, who claim the Obama administration isn't taking the ...
The New York Times Whitewashes Everyone but Israel
Israel keeps silent on mysterious Sudan airstrike
Daily Mining Gazette
JERUSALEM (AP) — Senior Israeli officials accused Sudan on Thursday of playing a key role in an Iranian-backed network of arms shipments to hostile Arab militant groups across the Middle East, a day after a mysterious explosion rocked a weapons ...
Here's Why Israel (Probably) Bombed A Factory In Sudan
Sudan blames Israel for mystery blasts
Did Israel Bomb a Sudanese Ammunition Depot?
US, Israel Hold Joint Military Exercises
Voice of America
More than 3,500 military personnel from the United States have joined about 1,000 Israeli troops in an exercise dubbed "Austere Challenge 2012" to test missile defense systems. The forces are simulating short- and long-range missile attacks that Israel ...
Steve Israel Proposes Electoral College Constitutional Amendment To Boost ...
Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.), the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee chairman, has proposed a constitutional amendment that would award 29 extra Electoral College votes to the winner of the national popular vote in presidential elections.
Israel Doesn't Need a Bromance; It Needs Allies
Huffington Post (blog)
I have said many times that American Jews overwhelmingly do not choose a candidate based on minute differences in how they would approach the U.S.-Israel relationship. Once a basic threshold is met, we compare candidates on a range of other issues.