New York Times
US, Britain urge Israel not to attack Iran's nuclear program
JERUSALEM – The US and Britain on Sunday urged Israel not to attack Iran's nuclear program as the White House's national security adviser arrived in the region, reflecting growing international jitters that the Israelis are poised to strike.
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New York Daily News
Israel urged not to attack Iran, while Britain, France get cut from Iran oil ...
New York Daily News
The US and Britain leaned on Israel to hold off on attacking Iran as the White House's national security adviser arrived in Jerusalem amid growing international fears of a new war. Tehran added to the tension Sunday by cutting off crude oil exports to ...
US, Britain urge Israel not to attack Iran
Hague warns Israel against military action on Iran
Iran says it's cutting oil exports to France, Britain
Palestinian Khader Adnan hunger strike in Israel into 10th week
A Palestinian prisoner being held in Israel without charges or trial has begun his 10th week of a hunger strike. Khader Adnan has not eaten since mid-December when he was arrested by Israeli forces at his West Bank home. Doctors say that after 64 days ...
Israel's Supreme Court to hear case of hunger-striking Palestinian
Israeli top court to rule on Palestinian hunger striker
Hunger striker shines light on Israeli detention policy
Israel's ex-spy chief sees opportunity in Syria crisis
By Edmund Sanders / The Los Angeles Times JERUSALEM-Instability in Syria poses stark security risks for Israel, but it also offers a chance to deliver a stinging blow to Iran's regional ambitions and even its nuclear program, Israel's former national ...
Iranian warships in Syria – A message to Israel, US
Netanyahu's border proposal: Israel to annex settlement blocs, but not Jordan ...
The proposal that came up during the Israeli-Palestinian talks in Amman effectively means a withdrawal from 90% of the West Bank, and is very similar to the one proposed by Tzipi Livni during the 2008 Annapolis Conference. Three weeks after the end of ...
Israel Safest as Investors Discount War Threat: Riskless Return
20 (Bloomberg) -- Israel, under threat of war from its neighbors since being founded in 1948, produced better risk- adjusted returns than all other developed stock markets in the past decade as the technology-driven economy attracted global investors.
Israel Safest as Investors Discount War Threat
Report: Israel advises Thailand to up security, fearing fresh attacks
By Haaretz Thai security forces have upped alertness levels in the country's international airports and rail system over what local police is saying is an Israeli warning against new terror attacks, the Bangkok Post reported on Friday.
Iran envoy blames Israel for Bangkok bombings
Israel's Iran warning as police hunt fourth Bangkok bomber with help from ...
Israel expects more bombing attacks abroad
Israel vows to defend itself as Iranian warships enter Suez Canal
Sydney Morning Herald
ISRAEL will ultimately decide on its own whether to strike Iranian nuclear facilities, its military chief of staff says, as a senior US official arrived for talks on Iran. ''Israel is the central guarantor of its own security; this is our role as army.
Israel, US on Tehran shift as Iran navy heads to Med
Israel watching Iranian warships "very closely"
Netanyahu meeting US officials amid Iran tensions
The Daily Star
Israeli airstrike wounds 3 Palestinians in Gaza
The Daily Star
GAZA CITY: Three people were wounded early Sunday morning in an Israeli airstrike on Gaza, medical sources said, hours after another strike injured one man. According to the sources, the latest airstrike, which targeted a home in the al-Tufah ...
'Israeli claims of democracy absurd'
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Globe and Mail
Israel PM aide to resign over sexual harassment
JERUSALEM—The Israeli Justice Ministry says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's chief of staff will resign under a plea agreement in which he admited to sexually harassing a female employee. The ministry said Sunday that Natan Eshel, a close confidant ...
Livni: Eshel's resignation empowers women