Israel Pushes on With East Jerusalem Building Plan
Israel on Monday said it was pushing forward with plans to build hundreds of homes in a Jewish settlement of east Jerusalem, risking renewed tensions with the Palestinians and its Western allies over the contentious project. The announcement was part ...
Israel pushes ahead with plan to build in East Jerusalem
Controversial Israel housing settlement units greenlighted
Israel approves 1500 more settler homes
Israel Embassy: Palestinians Would "Lynch" Jesus And Mary
Last month I wrote about what Israel doesn't get about Twitter, but I might as well have called the post “What Israel Doesn't Get and Has Never Gotten About Communicating With the Outside World,” because the Twitter mishaps and Facebook comedy of ...
Why I demand the dismissal of Israel's ambassador to Ireland
Israel investigates embassy 'Christmas message'
Israel's envoy in Dublin, on Facebook: If Jesus were alive, he'd be lynched by ...
Conn. massacre: Lessons from Israel, where guns are a way of life
By Paul Goldman, NBC News. NEWS ANALYSIS. TEL AVIV -- The Connecticut school massacre has raised the issue of gun control not only in the United States but also in Israel, where self-defense is not so much a point of law as a way of life.
Israel and Gun Violence
Are Israeli teachers armed?
Israel's Leadership Vacuum
Huffington Post (blog)
Israel's political system is dragging the country ever closer to complete paralysis, leaving critical national issues unresolved and threatening fateful consequences. While it is true that Israel enjoys a full-fledged democracy, effective democracy ...
A Palestinian boycott of Israeli goods won't hurt Israel
Israel: Tzipi Livni's Transformation
Mailbag: Israel plays for keeps
"Is John Kerry Good For Israel?"
Over the weekend, word came down that Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chair John Kerry (D-MA) would be the likely nominee to replace Hillary Clinton atop the State Department. Kerry's nod seems unlikely to make many waves; he's already gotten the ...
UN sees risk of escalation in Syria-Israel tensions
UNITED NATIONS - A US and Russian-drafted UN Security Council resolution to extend a peacekeeping mission in a demilitarized zone between Syria and Israel warns that tensions between the neighbors could escalate as Syria's civil war spills into the ...
Texas senator-elect Cruz, on first Israel visit, talks Syria with Netanyahu
Netanyahu Meets U.S. Senator, Discusses Syria
Syria 'genuinely worried' extremist groups could get hold of chemical weapons
The Times of Israel
Inouye, hailed by pro-Israel groups, dies at 88
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
WASHINGTON (JTA) -- Daniel Inouye, the longtime Hawaii senator described by pro-Israel groups as one of Israel's best friends in the Senate, has died. Inouye, 88, and a decorated World War II hero, died Monday of respiratory complications at Walter ...
US Sen. Daniel Inouye, supporter of Israel, dead at 88
Report: Explosion in Lebanon Near Israel Border
A large explosion struck southern Lebanon near the border with Israel on Monday, the Lebanese official news agency reported. South Lebanon is considered a stronghold of the country's militant Hezbollah movement. The group's guerrillas fought the ...
Explosion rocks Lebanese town near Israel border
Explosion strikes south Lebanon near Israel border
Explosion in Hezbollah weapons depot
NY Times Reporter Slams Israel With Comparison To Rwanda
The New York Times has never been known for even-handed coverage of Israel in either its news coverage or editorial page. But even a fair-minded supporter of the Jewish state must appreciate that at times the critiques have been overwrought, ...
Knesset Member Danon: Israel Must 'Bring Down' Hamas for Lasting Peace
Danny Danon, Deputy Speaker of the Knesset, declared in an exclusive interview with Newsmax TV that Israel must ultimately “bring down the Hamas regime” to secure peace in the Middle East. “We know it's temporary. We will have to take action,” Danon, ...