New York Times
In Israel, resignation to the cycle of violence
ASHKELON, Israel — A screeching siren pierced this overcast Mediterranean city early Monday afternoon, and two men laying bricks on a corner jogged over to crouch next to a sea-facing wall. A loud boom followed, and then the men went back to laying ...
In Southern Israel, Urban Dwellers Learn to Sprint for Bomb Shelters
Israeli family in Ashkelon has moved three kids into grandparents' apartment
Israel, Hamas keep up attacks as talks continue in Egypt
Los Angeles Times
GAZA CITY — As negotiators worked on a tenuous cease-fire deal, Israel and Hamas pounded each other for a sixth day and anger rose in the Gaza Strip over the increasing number of casualties. Hopes for a truce grew Monday night when Israeli Prime ...
Pressure mounts to end bloody Israel-Gaza conflict
Experts suggest Hamas overestimated Arab world support for strikes on Israel
Both sides in intensifying, bloody war between Israel and Hamas signal they ...
Israel Combats Cyber Attacks During Gaza Offensive
The Israeli government said today that since the beginning of its military operation in Gaza, cyber attackers have launched more than 44 million attempts to disrupt the operation of various Israeli government websites, but were only successful in ...
Anonymous declares 'cyberwar' on Israel
To protest Israel's Gaza offensive, 'Anonymous' launches millions of cyberattacks
Hackers target Israel with millions of attacks as Hamas rockets continue to fall
Sydney Morning Herald
Israel museums hide art to protect it from rockets
Tel Aviv's leading art museum, spooked by rocket attacks on Israel's cultural capital, moved nearly 200 works Friday into a rocket-proof safe the size of an auditorium — including some 100 works painted by relatives of Flemish Renaissance master ...
Israel tourism not hard hit yet by missile attacks
Israel's tiny voice for peace all but drowned out
In Gaza and Israel, Life Under Airstrikes and Rocket Attacks
UPDATE 1-Russia accuses US of blocking UN action on Israel-Gaza conflict
UNITED NATIONS, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Russia accused the United States on Monday of blocking a bid by the U.N. Security Council to condemn the escalating conflict between Israel and the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and said other council members were ...
U.S. News & World Report
Israel Has Not Yet Faced True Missile Test
U.S. News & World Report
The day before the Israelis commenced Operation Pillar of Defense against Hamas, Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren told U.S. News the "Iron Dome" system was roughly 85 percent effective at repelling enemy rockets and missiles. Experts say it ...
Israel's Iron Dome: A Missile-Defense System That Actually Seems to Work
My Life Under Israel's 'Iron Dome'
Israel's Iron Dome blocks Gaza barrage
Israel says prefers diplomacy but ready to invade Gaza
GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel bombed dozens more targets in the Gaza Strip on Monday and said that, while it was prepared to step up its offensive by sending in troops, it preferred a diplomatic solution that would end Palestinian rocket fire.
Hezbollah says Israel failed to achieve objectives in Gaza
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Monday that Israel had failed to achieve its objectives in its campaign of air strikes and shelling in Gaza. "The shelling is clearly and deliberately targeting civilians and ...
Lebanese army dismantles rockets aimed at Israel
Oil rises as Israel-Hamas fight continues
The price of oil rose to $88 a barrel Monday as the conflict in Gaza between Israel and Hamas showed no signs of abating, raising concerns about Middle East crude supplies. By early afternoon in Europe, benchmark oil for December delivery was up $1.09 ...
Oil surges on Israel-Gaza conflict
Egypt Hopes to Help Broker Cease-Fire, If Not Peace Between Israel and Hamas
Judy Woodruff talks to McClatchy Newspaper's Nancy Youssef about the efforts of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to negotiate a cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian militants. Though close to a deal, Youssef reports common ground is scarce ...