AP Photo Essay: Ex-Soviet Immigrants Change Israel
In parts of Israel, it's hard to find a single Hebrew sign in a sea of Cyrillic. Shopkeepers address customers in Russian, and groceries are amply stocked with non-kosher pork, red caviar and rows of vodka. Russian pop beats thump at bars, and in some ...
New York Times
Israel, in Shift, Lets Building Materials Cross Into Gaza
New York Times
JERUSALEM — For the first time in five years, Israel on Sunday allowed 20 truckloads of building materials into Gaza for use by the private sector, according to Israeli and Palestinian officials. One of the first tangible concessions under a cease ...
Israel, Egypt Ease Gaza Blockades
Israel eases ban on Gaza building material
The Good War: Israel, Egypt And Hamas
Israel's former foreign minister indicted on fraud charges
Los Angeles Times
The indictment, issued in a Jerusalem court, follows a long, drawn-out legal investigation into accusations of corruption against Lieberman, known for his uncompromising right-wing positions toward the Palestinians and Israel's own Arab population.
Israel Indicts Ex-Minister Lieberman
Israel indicts former foreign minister Lieberman
Israel formally indicts ex-minister Lieberman
Israel lobby should not have veto over US president's cabinet
If you care about the direction of this country but think you don't have time to pay attention to what the Israel lobby is doing, you may want to think again. This is no conspiracy theory - it is all in broad daylight and the stakes are big, in fact ...
Klein: 'Israel Lobby' Opposes 'Mainstream Moderate' Hagel, Endangering Iran Deal
The Chuck Hagel affair and the American 'pro-Israel' litmus test
Obama Touts Hagel as 'Patriot', 'Doing Extraordinary Work'
Israel's Supreme Court upholds Arab-Israeli lawmaker's right to election run
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Arab-Israeli lawmaker Hanin Zoabi may run in the upcoming Israeli elections, Israel's Supreme Court ruled, overturning a vote by a government panel. The nine justices ruled unanimously on Sunday to overturn the vote earlier this ...
Israel court overturns ban on Arab politician
Barred Arab candidate can run in election: Israel court
The Supreme Court has again rescued the shards of Israeli democracy
Israel's Arabic Citizens Plan Election Boycott
A growing number of Israel's Arab citizens are planning to boycott January's parliamentary elections. Already, pollsters say that fewer Arabs will vote in the upcoming elections than ever before. Palestinian leaders in Israel say it is because each ...
Is Netanyahu really that good for Israel's rich?
The Adva Center report found that while the income of most Israelis remained stable or fell slightly in 2011, the income of the upper 10th percentile fell 7.4 percent and the income of people in the upper one percent fell by a whopping 20 percent. By ...
Businesses in Israel's South get $1.5 million in interest-free loans
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- More than 50 small businesses in southern Israel affected by the recent Gaza conflict are receiving a total of $1.5 million in interest-free loans. The Jerusalem-based Israel Free Loan Association is providing the loans, which have ...
Israel Hayom's astrologer predicts a bleak 2013 for the Oslo Accords
President Clinton presides over the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993, a time that brought hope for peace and revitalized Israeli youth culture, paving the way for hip-hop to take hold in Israel. Photo by AP. Text size. Comments (0). Print Page. Send ...
Israel lures settlers with financial incentives
After the Palestinians were granted non-member observer status by the United Nations in New York in late November, things happened in quick succession: Israel announced the construction of new apartments in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.
Abbas to Arab MKs: We Seek Peace with Israel
Israel criticised by Britain over West Bank university
Abbas warns Israel of disbanding PA