After Vote, Palestinians and Israel Search for the Next Step
New York Times
True, there would still be the occupation, he said; Israeli settlement and closing policies would continue. But no Israeli official could argue that the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem were disputed territories, he said, adding, “Palestine will ...
Israel isn't the obstacle to Middle East peace
Israel says UN vote won't hasten Palestinian state
Israel's former prime minister: 'Time is running out for Israel'
Israel's Antimissile System Attracts Potential Buyers
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The success cited by Israel for its Iron Dome antimissile system in its confrontation with Hamas has re-energized American missile defense advocates and generated new interest in the global arms bazaar from nations like South Korea that ...
Israel: US co-production of rocket shield not option "right now"
Israel's Iron Dome Did 'Remarkably Well,' Panetta Says
Success of Israel's Iron Dome defensive shield questioned
The Guardian (blog)
Israel is right to back away from war with Iran despite nuclear fears
The Guardian (blog)
Barack Obama rightly resisted Israeli pressure for military action against Iran and hinted at the possibility of bilateral talks with Tehran – for the first time since 1979. His re-election and acceptance speech call for moving "beyond this time of war ...
US increasingly backs defending Israel against Iran
Anti-Israel group hacks UN nuclear agency server
Palestinians certain to win recognition as a state
The United States, Israel's closest ally, mounted an aggressive campaign to head off the General Assembly vote, which the Palestinians view as a historic step in their quest for global recognition. In a last-ditch move Wednesday, U.S. Deputy Secretary ...
Israel Seizes 2 Gaza Boats Near New Offshore Limit
Why Should Israel's Response To Attacks By Hamas Be Proportional?
Winner of Israel vs. Hamas unclear
The Canberra Times
UN shift risks status with Israel
LABOR backbencher Michael Danby has warned that the Gillard government's decision to abstain from a vote on the status of Palestine at the UN threatens to undermine the party's long-standing support for Israel that goes back to the days of ALP hero Doc ...
Gillard reassures Israel of backing
Albanese quiet on PM retreat on Israel
In Israel, Bosnia War Crimes Suspect Loses Appeal
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's Supreme Court has rejected a former Bosnian Serb soldier's appeal to block his extradition to his homeland to stand trial on war crimes charges. A lower court ruled in August that Aleksander Cvetkovic, who is married to an ...
Israel court says Bosnian Serb can be extradited over Srebrenica
Israel's Supreme Court approves Serb's extradition to Bosnia
Supreme Court: Israeli suspected of war crimes can be extradited to Bosnia
Israel is not America, far from it
Immediately following Netanyahu's reelection on January 22, the hand-wringing will start and a long list of Jewish pundits and commentators in the United States and Britain will publish columns under the collective headline of "Do Jews in Israel and ...
Israeli President Peres says 2013 Euro U21 will be safer in Israel than it ...
JERUSALEM — Israel President Shimon Peres has guaranteed that the 2013 European under-21 championship will be safer in Israel than it would be in London. Peres and UEFA President Michel Platini were adamant Thursday that having the tournament ...
Euro Under-21 teams play down security worries in Israel
Israel: No security concerns over U21 Euros
Israel dealt tough European Championship draw
In crisis, Israel keeps a shtick upper lip
Los Angeles Times
RISHON LE ZION, Israel — During the recent conflict between Israel and Hamas, high-tech executive Sharon Savariego was never far from the essentials: easy access to the family bomb shelter, a television beaming 24/7 emergency coverage and a laptop to ...
Israel, Despite Gaza Troubles, Grows As A Tourist Hot Spot
Tourism, it seems, just won't stop growing in Israel—despite violent exchanges during the recent eight-day military conflict with Gaza, and new tensions resulting from today's United Nations vote, in which more than 130 countries agreed to recognize ...