Israel warns against Iran talks while nuke program ongoing
By HERB KEINON Analyst says Israeli strike on Iran would be difficult as long as international community negotiating with Tehran; location for P5+1 talks in April under consideration, Erdogan offers to host them again. By REUTERS Negotiations between ...
Iran's Centrifuge 'Workshops' Add to Difficulties Facing Israel
Will Israel Bomb Iran? Probable Outcomes of a Possible War
'No Country Which Threatens Israel Can Be Permitted To Have Nuclear Weapons'
Los Angeles Times
Israel's new Kadima leader faces challenge of rescuing party
Los Angeles Times
Kadima Chairman Shaul Mofaz has his sights set on Israel's next national election. But first he has to keep the once-dominant centrist party from splintering. Former Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem after defeating ...
Israel's Kadima Party dumps Tzipi Livni for Shaul Mofaz
Livni ousted as leader of Israel's opposition party
Israeli opposition party picks new leader
New York Times
Pro-Israel J Street Group Faces Growing Pains At Annual Convention
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, shown in a file photo, addressed the crowd at J Street's annual convention Monday night. WASHINGTON -- By the time former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told the crowd at J Street's annual gathering Monday ...
Israel Group Adds a Softer Voice to Debate on Iran
J Street and Israel Still Arguing but They Are Talking
Arabs prepare for 'Jerusalem March'
Israel willing to sell gas to Arab neighbors
By Harry Papachristou | ATHENS (Reuters) - Israel is willing to sell some of its new natural gas bonanza to Arab neighbors, in the hope this will improve relations in the troubled region, the country's energy minister said on Wednesday.
Israel Could Export Natural Gas to Its Neighbors, Landau Says
Natural gas 'gateway to future,' says top official
Insight: In secret unit, clues to top Israeli duo's chemistry
By Dan Williams | JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Benjamin Netanyahu and Ehud Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. Disguised as tousle-haired mechanics, ...
Israel's plan to attack Iran put on hold until next year at the earliest
Israel: In secret force, clues to leadership duo's chemistry
Greece, Israel, Cyprus eye gas exports in future
By Derek Gatopoulos AP / March 28, 2012 VOULIAGMENI, Greece—Energy Ministers from Greece, Israel and Cyprus promised Wednesday to increase cooperation to exploit natural gas deposits in the Mediterranean, but warned that large-scale exports could take ...
Greece, Israel, Cyprus to step up natural gas production, but exports could ...
Bank of Israel: More devout Jews, Arabs must work
The Seattle Times
More Israeli Arabs and ultra-Orthodox Jews must join the work force to spur economic growth, Israel's central bank chief said Wednesday. The Associated Press No comments have been posted to this article. More Israeli Arabs and ultra-Orthodox Jews must ...
Bank of Israel governor: More ultra-Orthodox Jews, Arabs must work to boost ...
Bank of Israel blames government for ever-widening social gaps
Pentagon wants more money for Israel's Iron Dome
By DONNA CASSATA The Pentagon will press Congress for more money for Israel's Iron Dome system designed to intercept short-range rockets and mortars, a boost for Israel as the Obama administration tries to dissuade the Mideast ally from launching a ...
Pentagon to Seek More Funds for Israel's Missile Defenses
US to seek more funds for Israel missile defense
Israeli court orders US-born author to pay plagiarism damages
JERUSALEM — A Jerusalem court has ordered one of Israel's best-selling novelists to pay $60000 in damages and legal costs to a fellow author for plagiarizing her material. US-born Naomi Ragen denies lifting material from Sarah Shapiro's work.
Israel Seeks Foreign Investment as Exports Slow
28, 2012 - March 28 (Bloomberg) -- Elliott Gotkine reports on Bloomberg Television's "First Look" on Israel's efforts to seek more foreign investment as exports slow. (Source: Bloomberg) (/Bloomberg) Correction: Clarification: SuperFan badge holders ...