Israel vows to hit back after credit cards hacked
By Dan Williams | JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel said on Saturday the online publication of thousands of its citizens' credit card details by a hacker who says he is based in Saudi Arabia was comparable to terrorism, and promised to hit back. ...
Israel vows to retaliate after credit cards are hacked
Credit card hacker denies Israeli blogger unmasked him
Israel vows treat hackers like other 'terrorists'
Timing of Krishna's maiden trip to Israel holds the key
Times of India
NEW DELHI: The timing of foreign minister SM Krishna's visit to Israel on Sunday is what makes his trip - the first by an Indian foreign minister in almost a decade - significant. Krishna's visit comes when India and Israel are celebrating 20 years of ...
'Israel should open Area C to Palestinian trade'
Krishna to visit Israel today
My Word: Royal headaches
Globe and Mail
Musharraf favours ties with Israel
The News International
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan should consider establishing ties with Israel, said exiled former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in an interview with an Israeli newspaper. Musharraf, who resigned in 2008 in disgrace, has said he plans to return to Pakistan ...
Former Pakistani army chief, president supports better relations with Israel
Pakistan should tie up with Israel: Musharraf
Pakistan ties with Israel? Why not, asks Musharraf
Ayalon: Peace with Egypt not in danger
While Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh said in an interview published on Saturday that the success of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt puts Israel's security in peril, Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said all the leading forces in Egypt realize ...
Hamas: Palestinian cause is winning
Haniyeh: Israel is losing
Obama's real Israel problem -- and it isn't Bibi [Blowback]
Israel arrests six suspects in 'Santa suit' murder
JERUSALEM — Six Israeli Arabs have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the Christmas Eve killing of a prominent Christian leader in Jaffa by a man reportedly wearing a Santa suit, police said Saturday. Lawyer and accountant Gabriel Cadis was ...
Santa wanted over death of Israeli Christian leader
UPDATE 1-Israeli Christian murdered; suspect dressed as Santa
Israeli Christian murdered; suspect dressed as Santa
Some warn that Israel's secular lifestyle is in danger
TEL AVIV // Attempts by the ultra-Orthodox minority to impose a code of behaviour that includes separating men and women in public, on buses and on the streets have escalated tensions with Israel's secular majority to their highest in almost a decade. ...
Israeli Society Facing Religious Extremism, Backlash
Israeli schools under fire as underperforming
Four new Israeli Supreme Court justices named after compromise
Sohlberg received eight votes, with Israel Bar Association representative Khaled Hosni Zoabi abstaining. Hosni Zoabi told Haaretz after the vote that his abstention reflects his personal views only. "As soon as I was appointed to the committee I ...
Anti-Israeli cyber-hackers may face retaliation, official warns
By JEFF ABRAMOWITZ JERUSALEM, Israel -- Hackers who attack Israel need to know they will be attacked back, Israel's Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said Saturday, following a cyberattack on Israeli credit card holders earlier in the week. ...
Telecom Stocks Retreat on Rising Competition: Israel Overnight
8 (Bloomberg) -- Israeli telecommunication companies dropped last week, extending their worst year on record, on concern revenue will fall after a competitor signed 10000 new customers for its cellular services. Bezeq Israeli Telecommunication Corp., ...
Home away from home in Israel
The Daily Star
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 redraw prisoner swap strategy
Israel has no right to disparage any nation