Israel Alters Calculus on Tehran Due to Unrest
Wall Street Journal
TEL AVIV—Antigovernment protests in Iran linked to the country's weakening currency have raised hopes in Israel that international sanctions are working to undermine Tehran, lowering the likelihood of an Israeli strike against Iranian nuclear targets ...
Gates: No blank check from US to Israel on Iran
What Netanyahu and Abbas Said at the UN
Israel versus America versus Iran
New York Times
Political and Market Forces Hobble Israel's Pack of Ink-Stained Watchdogs
New York Times
Israel's print media are in crisis, squeezed by both the global pressures of the digital age and a small, crowded Hebrew-language market that is undergoing convulsions of its own. Channel 10, one of Israel's two commercial television stations, also ...
Israeli Democracy Endangered By 2 Newspapers' Dire Straits?
Strike closes Israel's Haaretz newspaper
Wither The Israeli Press?
Thousands of Christians march in Jerusalem in show of support for Israel
Evangelical Christians are known as strong supporters of Israel, providing financial help and political backing, especially in the U.S. Even so, their hard-line views toward Palestinians and suspect religious motivations make some moderate Israelis and ...
East Jerusalem's identity crisis
World Jewish Congress co-hosts Jerusalem event in support of Israel with ...
Dueling studios: 2 U.S. Christian broadcasters ready for Messiah in Jerusalem
Israel says Syrian mortar strike was attack on NATO
PARIS (Reuters) - Israel's Deputy Prime Minister Dan Meridor said on Thursday a deadly Syrian mortar strike on a Turkish town had to be considered an attack on a member of the NATO alliance. Israel is technically at war with Damascus and occupies the ...
Israel accuses Arab citizen of spying on president, army for Lebanon's ...
JERUSALEM — Israeli authorities on Thursday indicted an Arab citizen of Israel on charges of spying for the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, accusing him of gathering intelligence on security for Israel's president and on army installations. The ...
Israel charges Arab man with spying for Hezbollah
Israel accuses Arab man of spying on president for Hezbollah guerrilla group
Israel nabs suspected Hezbollah spy
Devout Israeli Jews Moving to Arab-Jewish Cities
Orthodox Jewish Israelis, the driving force of the West Bank settlement movement, have begun to turn their attention inward to Israel itself, moving into Arab areas of mixed cities in an attempt to cement the Jewish presence there. Activists say that ...
A view from Israel: The importance of Israel
Can American Jewry exist without Israel?
Poll: Jewish Democrats Abandoning Obama for Romney, Economy, Israel
New York Times
Israeli Divide: Netanyahu, Barak Relationship Sours
With the backdrop of the possibility of early elections in Israel, unprecedented tension has been reported in the relationship between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak. Netanyahu on Oct. 3 accused Barak of “working to ...
Rift Grows Between Israeli Leaders Over Relations With US
Netanyahu-Barak spat stokes early Israel vote talk
Disagreements in Israel over budget raise prospects of early polls
The Electronic Intifada
Israel, Palestinians cooperate on Gaza Internet
For two days hostilities ceased along a half kilometer stretch of the Gaza fence as Israelis and Palestinians jointly toiled to provide the strip with its first high speed internet service. It will take another two weeks for the service to be up and ...
Israel, 'Palestine,' And The Law Of War (Second of Two Parts)
Israel excluded as model UN meets in Gaza
Activists building ship in Gaza to defy Israel
Israel fears Syrian violence spilling over Golan Heights border
The Golan Heights on the border between Israel and Syria is a favorite holiday destination for Israelis, and thousands have been hiking and picnicking there during this week's holiday. But the Israeli army asked some visitors to leave after a group of ...
Israel says armed Syrians approach Golan Heights, tourist site closed
Report: Israel, Syria Coordinated Security Activities
Syria wanted Israeli help in securing border, report claims
Rights group calls for criminal probe into Israel's handling of 18 Eritrean ...
Rights group calls for criminal probe into Israel's handling of 18 Eritrean migrants returned to Egypt. Refugee advocates say fate of migrants, who were trapped between Israeli and Egyptian border fences without food for several days before being sent ...