Dempsey urges closer coordination on first Israel visit
Martin Dempsey, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, called to increase cooperation with Israel, during a visit to the country over the weekend. Talks with Dempsey focused on ways to increase cooperation, particularly amid fears in the US that the ...
Israel urges Seoul to ban Iran's oil
Six months that shook Tehran
US General Urges Closer Ties With Israel
Obama flaunts record on Israel, Iran
By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER, JPOST CORRESPONDENT WASHINGTON – US President Barack Obama defended his record on Israel and Iran at a fundraiser in New York Thursday night, pushing back against a frequent line of Republican attacks. ...
Jewish publisher is an idiot - but his hatred is shared by many
Getting Rid of "Anti-Israel" Presidents
Have Israel's 'inner circles' discussed assassinating President Obama?
Israeli hacker posts '100000′ more stolen Facebook logins
By Emil Protalinski | January 21, 2012, 2:16pm PST Summary: Israeli hacker Hannibal claims to have stolen another 100000 Facebook logins from Arab users of the social network. A quick analysis shows that the number is actually closer to 20000 accounts. ...
Israeli hacker calls for hacking 'truce' with Arabs
Israel in the frame after rapid rise in cybercrime
Israeli And Arab Hackers Square Off In Cyberbattle
Thailand's recognition of Palestine 'disappointing'
By HERB KEINON The move will do nothing to promote the Israeli-Palestinian diplomatic process, Foreign Ministry spokesperson says. Israel expressed disappointment Saturday night that Thailand two days earlier joined a long list of countries recognizing ...
Merkel urges progress from Palestinians, Israel
Thai support for Palestine welcomed
A Call for Palestinian Patience
Mubarak had no role in Israel gas deal: lawyer
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's deposed leader Hosni Mubarak played no part in drawing up a deal to export Egyptian gas to Israel that prosecutors say helped line the pockets of one of his associates, Mubarak's lawyer said on Saturday. ...
Mubarak not guilty in gas sales to Israel: lawyer
'Mubarak had no role in gas deal with Israel'
'Mubarak not involved in gas deal with Israel'
Longtime Hamas leader Mashaal asks to quit
This would eventually require a decision to halt attacks on Israel, something Hamas has so far avoided. In recent months, Mashaal has led attempts to reconcile with Fatah, although he has encountered some opposition from senior Hamas activists in the ...
Hamas calls for PA to walk away from Jordan talks
Hamas boss quits; leaders at odds over Fatah, Israel
Hamas Says That Its Political Leader Does Not Plan to Seek Re-election
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
An enemy of the state?
I have no idea whether the newspaper is proud of me, but for the information of reader Netanyahu, I am so proud to write for Haaretz and so proud that Israel has Haaretz. This is the way they express themselves in private conversations and this is what ...
The Prime Minister and the newspaper enemies of Israel
Identifying Israel's “Main Enemies”
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu begins official visit to European ally ...
Israel air strike targets Gaza militants
GAZA CITY, Palestinian Territories — An Israeli air strike targeted Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip early on Saturday, according to sources on both sides. A security source from the Islamist Hamas movement which controls the territory said ...
IAF chopper strikes Gaza terrorists after attack on Israel
IDF strikes Gaza site after mortar shells fired into Israel
Arrest of Hamas legislators spurs call to end peace talks
Egypt Brothers mix pragmatism, ideology on Israel
Israel for the Muslim Brotherhood organization, the Egyptian mother group for all Islamist parties ascending to power in post-revolutions Arab era, poses a tough dilemma. "No body can force me," to sit with Israelis, a top Brotherhood leader Mahmoud ...
Rising to power, Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood mixes pragmatism, ideology on ...
Israel's ultra-Orthodox problem
At the time of its creation, the State of Israel had also contributed to their notoriety, albeit unintentionally. Their origin is in Eastern Europe where the Jews were savaged by the Nazis and only a small number survived the Holocaust. ...
Women are victims of religious battle in Israel
Beyond Occupation and Terror - Part 2