Globe and Mail
Israel to bar UN fact-finding team from entering country for investigation ...
JERUSALEM – Israel cut working relations with the United Nations Human Rights Council on Monday and will bar a UN team from entering Israel or the West Bank for a planned investigation of Jewish settlements, the Foreign Ministry said.
Shapiro: Israel's decision to cut HRC ties 'understandable'
Israeli officials to bar UN team from investigating settlements
Israel suspends ties with UN Human Rights Council
Stocks at 5-Month High as Iran Strike Recedes: Israel Overnight
By Tal Barak Harif on March 26, 2012 Israeli stocks trading in New York climbed to the highest level since October amid speculation sanctions on Iran are reducing prospects Israel will take military action against the Persian Gulf nation's nuclear ...
Netanyahu Sees Strike on Iran's Nukes as Worth the Risk
Israel Visit Not Likely In The Cards For President Obama
How Washington Encourages Israel to Bomb Iran
In a State Over Israel
Wall Street Journal
In "The Crisis of Zionism," a former editor of the staunchly pro-Israel New Republic now urges sanctions to force the country to change its West Bank policy. By DANIEL FREEDMAN Bookstore shoppers who spy "The Crisis of Zionism" on a shelf could be ...
Christian Palestinians: Israel 'manipulating the facts' by boasting tolerance ...
'Israel should aid Jewish communities' protection'
Christian Palestinians: Israel 'Manipulating Facts' by Claiming we are Welcome
Israel to bar UN fact-finding team from entering
Albany Times Union
Israel's Supreme Court rejected a compromise deal between the state and residents of Migron on Sunday, March 25, 2012, an agreement that would have prevented Israel from having to dismantle the settlement following a Supreme Court ruling.
Enclave must go, Israeli court rules
Israel's High Court has finally brought an end to an ugly story
Supreme Court Nixes Deal Over Illegal Outpost
The Cutting Edge
Supreme Court: Judges can rule on Israel-birthplace passport law
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the federal courts should decide whether a law that would allow Jerusalem-born Americans to list Israel as their birthplace on their US passport passes constitutional muster.
Supreme Court orders judicial solution to Congress-State dispute on Jerusalem
Justices Decline to Say if Jerusalem-Born Americans Can Claim Israeli Birthplace
Justices push Jerusalem passport case to lower court
Israel sees new advantage in Iron Dome anti-missile system
By Sheera Frenkel ASHKELON, Israel — Israel's newest weapon sits squarely along the border of this southern Israeli town. The Iron Dome, a rocket interception system built by Israel, guards many of the cities that lie within the range of rockets fired ...
IDF to test deploy Iron Dome batteries across Tel Aviv area
'Israel needs double Iron Dome defenses'
Iron Dome deployed in central Israel
Israel's Oil Refineries slides into loss
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israel's Oil Refineries (ORL.TA) swung to a loss in the fourth quarter due to a reduction in refining margins, in part due to the economic downturn and debt crisis in Europe. Oil Refineries, Israel's biggest refinery, ...
Oil Refineries Announces Results for Fourth Quarter & Full Year 2011
Israel: Oil Refineries announces net loss of US$87 million for 2011
Israeli envoy chastises J Street for pressuring Israel
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
By Ron Kampeas · March 26, 2012 The arrival of Barukh Binah, the deputy chief of mission at Israel's Washington embassy, was greeted with enthusiastic applause at the gala dinner Monday night of J Street's annual conference. He is the first Israeli ...
Ma'an News Agency
Barghouti calls for new revolt against Israel
By Oleg Popov / Reuters From his cell in an Israeli prison, one of the Palestinians' most revered figures Marwan Barghouti called on Monday for a new wave of civil resistance in their decades-long quest for statehood and for severing all ties with ...
Boycotting Israel: Mustafa Barghouti vs. Rabbi Arthur Waskow on BDS Movement ...
BDS roundup: Gearing up for a global BDS day of action
Jailed Palestinian leader calls for new revolt
Sponsors of Israeli group weren't here for open dialogue
The Seattle Times
The Seattle LGBT Commission was right to cancel the reception for visiting Israeli gay leaders and its decision opens the door for true, inclusive dialogue, writes guest columnist Stefanie Fox. By Stefanie Fox "...can only queers use that word, ...