Israel ups security abroad after Iran scientist killed
By YAAKOV KATZ Defense establishment tightening security for overseas delegations amid fears of Iranian retaliation for assassination of nuclear scientist; Israel has neither confirmed nor denied its role in the assassination. ...
Obama, Israel's Netanyahu talk Mideast diplomacy, Iran
Netanyahu, Obama talk Mideast peace, Iran nuclear standoff
Obama, Netanyahu speak on Iran developments
Critical EU paper draws fire from Israeli officials
By HERB KEINON Diplomatic sources criticize authors of report slamming Israeli policies in W. Bank for not turning to Jerusalem for any input. Israeli diplomatic sources on Thursday slammed another EU internal report highly critical of Israeli policies ...
Israeli high court keeps Israeli, Palestinian spouses apart
Israel citizenship ruling slammed as 'racist'
Abbas says Israel submitted no new proposals in exploratory talks with ...
National Post (blog)
Iran hard-line newspaper calls for retaliation against Israel over killing of ...
TEHRAN, Iran — A hard-line Iranian newspaper called Thursday for retaliation against Israel, a day after the mysterious killing of a nuclear scientist in Tehran with a magnetic bomb attached to his car. Iran's top leader blamed Israel and the US ...
Israel, US maintain innocence as Iran rages after nuclear scientist's death
Iran Signals Revenge Over Killing of Scientist
Israel warns against computer-hacker vigilantism
By Ori Lewis | JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel Thursday called on computer hackers not to take the law into their own hands to avenge attacks on Israeli credit card companies, and said the authorities were capable of countering all cyber threats. ...
Israeli hacker retaliates to credit card hacking
Anonymous targets Israel as it joins war between hackers
Gaza hackers attack Israeli firefighters' website
Israel's Supreme Court President criticized for handling of appeals against ...
By Tomer Zarchin Tags: Israel Supreme Court Palestinians Knesset Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch actively upheld a law that bans Palestinians from living in Israel with Israeli spouses despite the fact that she supported revoking it, ...
'Citizenship law decision a stain on Israeli law'
India-Israel relations come out of Arab world shadow
Times of India
Foreign minister SM Krishna shakes hands with Israeli President Shimon Peres during their meeting at the President's residence in Jerusalem on January 9, 2011. (AP photo) NEW DELHI: The India-Israel relationship is finally out of the closet. ...
India FM visits Israel: A lot of tennis, not a word on Palestinians
Taking bilateral relations to a higher level
Krishna's Israel visit sends wrong signals, says Karat
Surprise! Israel Museum Is Receiving a Richter
New York Times
ISRAEL MUSEUM IS RECEIVING A RICHTER The trouble with art-world gossip is that it is often wrong, yet it goes around and around so fast that speculation becomes fact. Here's a recent example: After the best of a group of abstract canvases by Gerhard ...
The Daily Star
Romney pledges in Florida to stand by Israel
WEST PALM BEACH, Florida (Reuters) - Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney criticized President Barack Obama for his stance on Israel on Thursday, telling a Florida crowd that if elected he would "stand with our friends. ...
Romney criticises Obama on Israel
Israel's Netanyahu, The Man Who Can't Lose -- Or Can He?
For all that Netanyahu plays the role of Israel's Great Communicator, it is the wordless juncture of calculation and tragedy implicit in that scarred smile, that spells out his policy and his life -- giving, and at the same time, giving away nothing. ...
Israel's Great White Hope
A light Yair away from elections?
The "West Bank" Robber
Israel's green party champion sets his sights on Knesset
by sue fishkoff, j. staff At 29, the North Carolina native founded Adam Teva V'din–Israel Union for Environmental Defense, which has won countless legal battles in defense of the country's land and resources. At 36, he founded the Arava Institute for ...
Israel's Bigger Picture
Why Israel's identity crisis could be as detrimental as conflict over Palestine
Israel's Jewish Identity Debate