Israel, US hold secret talks over Palestinian Authority's UN bid
Knowing that Abbas is determined to complete the UN process, the U.S. tells Israel it will try to soften the wording, which Netanyahu supports, official says. By Barak Ravid | Nov.27, 2012 | 4:33 AM ...
Israel, Militants Begin Talks on Truce Details
Israel's Hamas policy threatens permanent war
Talks Begin in Cairo on Steps After Gaza Cease-Fire
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
Israel's Barak, architect of Iran policy, leaving politics
Netanyahu and Barak have spearheaded Israel's campaign for stronger international sanctions against Iran to halt what Israeli and Western leaders fear is a covert effort to develop the means to build nuclear weapons, something Tehran denies.
Israel's Ehud Barak retires, signaling tougher line on Iran
Israel's Ehud Barak: Not Finished Yet
Israeli defense chief Barak quits politics -- but for how long?
Is Israel's missile defence a conflict game-changer?
As Israeli strategic analyst Ofer Shelah told me: "Since Syria's defeat in the air-battles during the Lebanon War in 1982, when some 82 Syrian aircraft were shot down for no Israeli losses and Syria's anti-aircraft defences were destroyed, Arab forces ...
Longer-range Israel rocket interceptor seen ready within 3 years
Israel tests more powerful rocket interceptor
Israel's Iron Dome Defense Battled to Get Off Ground
Did Israel kill Yasser Arafat?
Did Israel kill Yasser Arafat? That is the question being discussed as the Palestinian Authority exhumes his body this week for French prosecutors investigating his death. This follows the announcement by a Swiss institute that they found remnants of ...
Israel, militants begin indirect talks on truce details
Israel launched some 1,500 airstrikes in a bid to end rocket attacks out of Gaza, while the Hamas and the Islamic Jihad militant groups fired a similar number of rockets at Israeli cities. More than 160 Palestinians, including dozens of civilians were ...
Israel's Likud primary draws party further right
TEL AVIV, Israel — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud faction shifted further to the right on Monday, with the more moderate members of the ruling party faring poorly in a primary vote ahead of January elections. The two-day poll, extended from ...
Israel's defense minister says he is quitting politics after election
Israel – Nationalist Candidates Secure Top Spots on Likud list
Sa'ar, Erdan win Likud top slots 2nd year in a row
Afghan students protest against Israel over Gaza offensive, burn US, Israeli flags
KABUL, Afghanistan — Several thousand university students demonstrated in eastern Afghanistan on Monday to denounce Israel's recent offensive in the Gaza Strip, burning Israeli and U.S. flags as well as a Christian cross. The students — some shouting ...
Nasrallah warns Israel
The News International
BEIRUT: “Thousands of rockets” will hit Israel if it attacks Lebanon, the chief of the powerful movement Hizbullah said on Sunday, reiterating support for Iran and the Palestinian resistance. Hassan Nasrallah, in a speech broadcast on Hizbullah's Al ...
Israel's test of missile defense system called a success
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak announces he's leaving politics
JERUSALEM — Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak abruptly announced Monday that he was leaving politics and would not run in parliamentary elections in January, quashing speculation that he might unite with other centrist candidates to challenge Prime ...
Israel Accuses Palestinian of Spying for Hezbollah
Israel's Shin Bet internal security agency says a Palestinian man has been charged with relaying information to Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon about sensitive government sites, including parliament. It identified the suspect as Azzam Mashahara, a ...