Rift Grows Between Israeli Leaders Over Relations With US
New York Times
After years of a close alliance during which the pair almost exclusively directed Israel's campaign against Iran's nuclear program, Mr. Netanyahu and Mr. Barak have been trading the kind of barbs that would appear, at least for now, to mean an end to ...
Netanyahu-Barak spat stokes early Israel vote talk
Speculations: Israeli Elections Moved Up to February
Israeli lawmakers: Netanyahu-Barak 'crisis' merely a political spin
The Times of Israel
Israel says armed Syrians approach Golan Heights, tourist site closed
JERUSALEM — Dozens of armed men gathered on the Syrian side of the cease-fire line in the Israel-controlled Golan Heights Wednesday, prompting authorities to close a tourist site as a precaution, the Israeli military said. An Israeli spokesman said it ...
Israelis evacuated as armed Syrians approach border
Israelis evacuate as Syrian fighting nears border
IDF intel chief: Syria violence getting closer
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
Wary of Israel, Iran 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 ...
The US-Israel Relationship: What's Love Got To Do With It?
Obama's anti-Israel agenda
Israel Isn't The Only Issue In This Election
US Quakers Sell Shares Over Israel Policy Concerns
A firm that manages assets for U.S. Quakers has sold its holdings in three companies after investors raised concerns about their dealings with Israel. Friends Fiduciary Corp., a Philadelphia nonprofit, sold its shares in Caterpillar Inc., Hewlett ...
Wither The Israeli Press?
On the Thursday before Yom Kippur, several hundred employees of the Israeli newspaper Maariv left their desks and marched under the hot Tel Aviv sun toward one of three buildings towering over Azrieli mall. They occupied the building's lobby ...
Israel's Haaretz paper strikes over layoffs
Trouble in Haaretz, Too: Strike on Thursday
Haaretz staff to withhold Thursday edition in dispute over layoffs
Sydney Morning Herald
Better Place electric car company CEO Agassi steps down
FILE - In this Wednesday, March 23, 2011 file photo, Israeli-American entrepreneur Shai Agassi, founder and CEO of "Better Place", a project developing electric vehicles and a network of charging points, stands at an electric charging station in Kiryat ...
Better Place is a lousy investment for you
Shai Agassi, founder of Better Place, is replaced as CEO
Leasing exec: Axing Agassi hurts Better Place
Impose ban on imports from Israeli settlements
The Israeli settlements in the West Bank have been built on occupied land. Their very existence has been repeatedly deemed illegal by the United Nations and the International Court of Justice. The EU has been an outspoken critic of the settlements, yet ...
Israeli Arabs protest October 2000 riots
Who "Froze" The Peace Process?
Both Israeli and Arab, a poet straddles a conflict
New Jersey Jewish News
Can American Jewry exist without Israel?
Daniel Gordis is an American Conservative rabbi who made aliyah (emigrated to Israel — translation for our non-Jewish readers and there are many). There he moved to the right, both religiously and politically, and is now a senior vice president at the ...
The UN's unhealthy obsession with Israel
Jewish Voters and Israel
AJC Condemns Attacks on Christian Sites in Israel
Moreover, it is an attack on Israel's longstanding and steadfast commitment to freedom of religion," said Rabbi David Rosen, AJC's Jerusalem-based Director of International Interreligious Affairs. "We count on the authorities to do their utmost to ...
Another Israeli church defaced with 'price tag' graffiti
Christian attacks worsen in Israel
Thousands of Christian Israel supporters gather for Feast of Tabernacles
Israel's separation barrier could damage ancient Roman aqueduct
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
Now, they fear that Israel is about to construct the barrier it is building in and around the West Bank right through the village lands, which some fear could end this way of farming. “The barrier will disconnect part of the farming lands from their ...
UN Agency: Israel Continues to Impede Palestinians' Access to Basic Services
License to Care
Is This the Palestinian Spring? Or the Coming Third Intifada?