Kansas City Star
Israel marginal in US elections
WASHINGTON - When it came to casting their ballots, US Jews were unaffected by Mitt Romney's claims that President Barack Obama "threw Israel under the bus" or with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Iran rhetoric. Exit polls indicate that an ...
Israel worries about Netanyahu's pro-Romney stand now that Obama's won
'Israel, US bilateral relations unlikely to change'
Israel moves quickly to congratulate Obama
Europe condemns Israel's OK for new settler homes
Germany, Britain and France criticized Israel on Wednesday over its decision to go ahead with the construction of more than 1,200 new homes for Jewish settlers in east Jerusalem and the West Bank. The three European powers warned that the move could ...
Israel mulls steps against the Palestinians over U.N. bid
Barak: PA's UN bid must be delayed
European nations slam Israel's plans to build new housing beyond Green Line
Israel asks U.N. to act on Syrian tanks in Golan Heights
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Israel has asked the U.N. Security Council to act on a "dangerous escalation" by Syria, which has sent tanks into a demilitarized zone in the Golan Heights patrolled by U.N. peacekeepers to maintain a ceasefire between the ...
Israel: Misfired shots fired in nearby Syrian civil war spark fire in Golan ...
Israel: Stray Syria shot sparks Golan Heights fire
Israeli firefighters contain blaze near Syria border
American expats in Israel: A mother lode of absentee voters
Washington Post (blog)
Still, U.S. elections are closely watched here owing to the two nations' strong but not always lockstep Mideast policies, and because “Israel is known as America's 51st state,” said pharmaceutical executive Tamar Doron. Israel is also known as a mother ...
Jewish support for Obama reelection good for Israel
After celebrations, US Jews' thoughts turn to ties with Israel
Israel's Political Circus In Full Swing
New York Times
Films Show an Israel Divided From Its Neighbors and Itself
New York Times
Zohara is estranged from her ultra-Orthodox Jewish family and is living alone in the south of Israel as a modern single woman. On a drive for a rare visit to her family — her sister is getting married and, after painful negotiation, Zohara will attend ...
legal Insurrection (blog)
How can Israel be 'more Islamic' than Indonesia?
EVEN THOUGH Indonesia is home to the world's largest Muslim population, in reality Israel, which Indonesia seems to hate so much for being Jewish, is “far more Islamic” than Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and many Arab countries. In the context of a ...
Israel better hunker down for the coming American foreign policy storm
Israeli study: People born in winter more susceptible to cancer
Israeli study: People born in winter more susceptible to cancer. Israeli researchers have detected an increased risk of developing cancerous growths among people born between January and March, in trials conducted at Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva.
Israel nature society petitions Interior Ministry to stop conservation delays
The Ministry of the Interior is delaying the process of declaring broad areas as nature reserves, thereby significantly restricting the ability to protect them, says the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel. SPNI has appealed to the Interior ...
Israel Under Fire
Wall Street Journal
As the U.S. Presidential campaign races to the finish, the Middle East continues to boil. Not that the world seems to notice. Last week, Palestinian terrorists operating from the Gaza Strip fired 21 rockets and mortars into Israel. That followed a ...
Israel responds to Abbas' apparent shift
Israel kills Palestinian man near Gaza border: medics
Gaza Man Killed by Israeli Forces Was Mentally Ill
European Jewish Press
Israel's President Peres dispels speculation he will run for premier in ...
JERUSALEM — Israeli President Shimon Peres is playing down speculation that he might run for prime minister. The 89-year-old Nobel peace laureate said Wednesday he plans on completing the final two years of his term. The presidency is a respected but ...
Israel's Peres receives honorary professorship in Moscow