In Israel, medical marijuana expands with little controversy, government support
SAFED, Israel – Moshe Rute survived the Holocaust by hiding in a barn full of chickens. He nearly lost the use of his hands after a stroke two years ago. He became debilitated by recurring nightmares of his childhood following his wife's death last year.
Israel to Weigh Detailed Potash Request on Proposed Takeover
Israeli officials asked fertilizer producer Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. to clarify its proposed acquisition of Israel Chemicals Ltd. (ICL), the country's second-largest company by market value. Officials will make recommendations on the bid after ...
Israel wants details on Potash Corp. bid for Israel Chemicals Ltd.
Potash Hits Stony Ground in Israel
Israel blocks PotashCorp from buying ICL
Globe and Mail
Jewish Republicans Seeking Votes for Romney in US and Israel
Criticism of Obama's support for Israel is designed to woo some of the 78 percent of Jewish voters who exit polls said cast ballots for him in the 2008 election. A shift of a few percentage points toward Romney in some of the battleground states both ...
US Elections: Why Israel is a 'red state'
BREAKING: Israel's Haaretz newspaper endorses President Obama for re-election
Netanyahu's meddling may impact US election, while the US holds little sway ...
Israel Folau shapes up for a switch to fullback at the Parramatta Eels
They simply don't touch the ball enough to justify taking up the biggest chunk of a club's salary cap. Think Michael Jennings at Penrith and the fact the Panthers have struggled to offload their superstar centre to another club - or remember back to ...
Israel Folau says he never intended to hurt anyone by leaving Greater Western ...
Israel Folau a risk for the Parramatta Eels
Ricky Stuart believes Israel Folau is the perfect fit for the Parramatta Eels
Bibi's Backroom Deal
The dramatic political merger last week between the parties of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman was in the makings for more than a year and was agreed upon in principle at the Regency hotel in New York ...
Political meltdown looms for Israel's centrist Kadima
Poll shows Israel's current main opposition party to be extinguished in ...
A 'Big Bang' in Israel's fresh political jockeying
Hamas PM blasts Palestinian leader over TV remarks
The Associated Press
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — The prime minister of the Hamas-ruled Gaza strip criticized the Palestinian president on Friday for comments given to Israeli media, alleging that they contradict longtime Palestinian territorial demands. Ismail Haniyeh ...
Abbas hints has no "right of return" to home in Israel
Hamas PM blasts Palestinian leader over TV
Becoming a people that shall dwell alone
Misplaced Outrage Over Christian Leaders' Letter on Israel
Huffington Post (blog)
There's nothing inherently anti-Israel about this suggestion -- and in the context of the full letter, it is clearly an expression of these leaders' frustration in the face of Israeli government policies that undermine a future two-state solution. Many ...
Lords' anti-Israel bias shocks Liberal Democrats peer
Facts: More Horrifying Than Gideon Levy
Anti-Israel student changes sides
Big News Network.com
Israel acknowledges killing Arafat's deputy in 1988
Lifting a nearly 25-year veil of secrecy, Israel has acknowledged it killed the deputy of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in a 1988 seaborne raid in Tunisia. Two of those involved in the operation now hold high political office — Defence Minister ...
Israel admits killing former Arafat deputy
Israel admits 1988 killing of PLO's Abu Jihad
Israel declassifies soldier's account of killing PLO leader
Israel blasted as responsible for unemployment of Palestinians
In an article on Nov. 2, 2012 Diaa Hadid has reported for Klfy.com: "Hamas PM blasts Palestinian leader over TV remarks." Abbas has said the West Bank, Gaza and east Jerusalem are Palestine, and the rest is Israel. Gaza's Islamic militant Hamas ...
Abbas: There is no justification for Gaza rocket attacks
Palestinian leader Abbas affirms hope for state in pre-1967 lines
War And Elections
Israel's crackdown on illegal African migrants draws critics
JERUSALEM — Measures taken by Israel to stem a flow of illegal African migrants coming across its desert border with Egypt have had a dramatic effect in recent months, reducing the influx of newcomers to a trickle, according to recent government ...
Tug-of-war: Egypt and Israel's border disputes