Israel mulls steps against PA
Senior members of Israel's cabinet on Tuesday weighed punitive steps that could be taken against the Palestinians if they pursue a campaign to upgrade their status to "observer state" at the United Nations this month. A senior Israeli official said ...
Israel may expand settlement construction if PA seeks status UN upgrade
Israel's Settlements: Construction Of 1200 Settler Homes To Move Ahead
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Israel asks UN to act on Syrian tanks in Golan Heights
UN says Syria tanks in Golan a grave violation of truce. * Israel describes incident as an "alarming development". By Michelle Nichols. UNITED NATIONS, Nov 6 (Reuters) - Israel has asked the U.N. Security Council to act on a "dangerous escalation" by ...
Israel: Misfired shots fired in nearby Syrian civil war spark fire in Golan ...
Israeli firefighters contain blaze near Syria border
UN flays Syria war spillover
Israel moves ahead construction of 1200 settler homes ahead of Palestinian UN ...
JERUSALEM — JERUSALEM — Israel said Tuesday that it was pushing forward with construction of more than 1,200 new homes in Jewish settlements, in an apparent warning to the Palestinians to rethink their plan to ask the United Nations to recognize an ...
Israel issues housing tenders in east Jerusalem
Gaza: Israeli Forces Kill Palestinian Man
Syrian gunfire damages Israeli army vehicle
Ex-Mossad Chief Meir Dagan Silenced in Iran Nuclear Debate in Israel
For more than a year, commentators and politicians worldwide had been discussing: How can Iran's suspected nuclear weapons program be stopped, and should Israel be stopped from bombing Iran? The power of election scheduling is hugely impressive.
TV report: Israel security heads nixed Iran attack
Israel and Iran hold 'positive' nuclear talks in Brussels
Secret war against Iran heating up
Israel slams Turkey's 'show trial' of IDF commanders
Hundreds of protesters chanting “Murderer Israel!” gathered outside an Istanbul court on Tuesday at the start of a trial in absentia of a group of former Israeli military commanders, including former chief of staff Lt. Gen. (res.) Gabi Ashkenazi. The ...
Turkey puts former Israeli commanders on trial over deadly Gaza flotilla raid
Turkey begins trial of Israeli military over Gaza ship killings
Trial in absentia of Israeli commanders in Mavi Marmara raid opens in Turkey
Perrigo Premium Rises on Bets OTC Sales Gained: Israel Overnight
The U.S. drugmaker that listed in Israel after buying B'nei Brak, Israel-based Agis Industries Ltd. in 2005, rose 0.9 percent to $116.05 yesterday, extending its 2012 gain to 19 percent. The advance boosted the spread to the shares in Tel Aviv to $1.34.
Israel: Not A Swing State
Last week, the voter registration group iVoteIsrael, which we covered at length in these pages, held a press conference to announce the findings of it's e-mail exit poll of American Jews voting in Israel. Given the group's murky origins, overwhelming ...
Israel doesn't swing Jewish voters
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'Pro-Israel' figures who rebuked Obama now endorse him for president
Steve Ballmer: Big data's a big need for Microsoft – and Israel can help
Ballmer said he was "thrilled to be in Israel" telling the local audience that "there is a wide range of exciting things going on here." The CEO, who called the country's start-up scene "remarkable", was in Israel for Microsoft's own tech start-up ...
Microsoft CEO brings Xbox 360 to Israel
Xbox 360 Comes To Israel And Master Chief Says No To 'Girly' Games
Israel, Microsoft set to sign cooperative agreement
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LOGISTICS: Israel Hammers The Iran Connection
For example, in January 2009 Israel sent warplanes down the Red Sea to attack a convoy of trucks, near the Egyptian border in Sudan, carrying Iranian long range rockets destined for Gaza. Iran brings the rockets (and other weapons) in through Port ...
Israel's Airstrike on Khartoum: Part of a Broader US-NATO-Israel Military Agenda
Arab Bank Wins Dismissal of Israel Terrorism Attack Suit
Arab Bank Plc won dismissal of a U.S. lawsuit filed by a former Israeli government official over an injury he suffered in a gunfire attack he claims was linked to the Palestinian group Hamas. U.S. District Judge Jack B. Weinstein in Brooklyn, New York ...