Israel Plans New Rules on Exchange of Prisoners
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Israel, which recently traded 1027 Palestinian prisoners for one soldier held by Hamas, is planning on establishing rules that would prevent it from making such a lopsided exchange in the future, Defense Minister Ehud Barak said on ...
Israel rethinking position on prisoner swaps after lopsided exchange with ...
Israel to rule out lopsided prisoner deals
Israel has no right to disparage any nation
Israeli and US troops gear up for major missile defense drill after Iran maneuvers
JERUSALEM — The Israeli military is gearing up together with US forces for a major missile defense exercise, the Israeli military announced Thursday, as tension between Iran and the international community escalates. The drill is called “Austere ...
Israel and US to hold joint missile drill
Israel, US to hold joint military drill
Former Israeli Leader Indicted on Bribery Charge
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Ehud Olmert, who resigned as prime minister of Israel in 2008 amid corruption charges, was indicted on Thursday for allegedly taking bribes in the construction of a huge residential complex while he was mayor of Jerusalem. ...
Israel ex-premier Olmert charged with taking bribes
Ex-Israeli PM Olmert accused of seeking bribes
Former Israel PM Ehud Olmert charged with taking bribes from developers
Santorum Insists West Bank Is 'Part of Israel'
New York Times (blog)
They're not Palestinians — there is no Palestinian — this is Israeli land.” A video of the exchange, which was recorded by CNN, shows that Mr. Santorum responded to a question about whether or not Israel “should dismantle its settlements” by ...
Israel bars 12 "extremist" settlers from West Bank
Is Israel losing the battle?
Israel bars 12 “Jewish extremist” settlers from West Bank
Egyptian Envoy Says Israel Treaty Secure, Defends NGO Raids
“The Egyptian public recognizes the importance” of the peace treaty with Israel and the stability it promotes, Ambassador Sameh Shoukry said in an interview at the Bloomberg Washington bureau. “Egypt has no motivation to abrogate the treaty. ...
Israel's 2012 security outlook
Egypt's Envoy Says Israel Treaty Secure, Defends Raids on Democracy Groups
Will Israel reach out to Islamists?
Israel-Palestine Peace Talks To Resume Next Week With Little Signs Of Breakthrough
JERUSALEM -- Israeli and Palestinian interlocutors return to the negotiating table on Monday for the second round of rare face-to-face talks that promoters say are useful simply because they're taking place. "We've called on both sides not to set ...
Gaza premier plays down talks with Israel
Gaza missiles threat to Israel's sovereignty
Israel, Palestinians to meet on Monday, US says
Israel looks to gays to improve its image
The Associated Press
JERUSALEM (AP) — When it comes to stating its case internationally, Israel is tired of playing it straight: It is recruiting gays and lesbians as unofficial envoys. In a bid to boost its international image, the country's ministry of Public Diplomacy ...
Is Israel The Gay Capital Of The Middle East?
Kraft Flavor Deal With SodaStream Sparks Rise: Israel Overnight
6 (Bloomberg) -- Kraft Foods Inc. triggered the biggest rally since October in SodaStream International Ltd. by announcing a partnership with the Israeli maker of homemade soda machines. “The partnership lends credence to the emerging at-home ...
Kraft Flavor Deal With SodaStream Sparks Rise
Kraft, SodaStream in branding deal
Kraft, soda machine firm in branding deal
Israel Ministry warns of terror plot against Israelis in Bulgaria
Counterterrorism bureau says it has no concrete information regarding possible terror attacks on Israeli tourists in Bulgaria, yet Transportation Ministry insists Israeli tourists in Europe should be vigilant. By Zohar Blumenkrantz Tags: Israel ...
Israel Warns About Terrorist Attacks in Bulgaria
Jerusalem's public transport system is a perfect metaphor for Israel in 2012
Jerusalem's public transport system is a perfect metaphor for the situation in which Israeli society finds itself at the beginning of 2012. The city's three communities are trying to keep their distance from each other. As Haaretz's religious affairs ...
From Back of the Bus, Israeli Women Fight Segregation
Israeli minister warns religious tensions threaten to tear apart society
Israeli Women Enraging Some Men By Refusing To Move To Back of the Bus