Christian Science Monitor
Gaza man killed by soldiers as thousands protest Israel policy
Christian Science Monitor
Security forces in riot gear deployed in high numbers along the frontiers of Israel and the Palestinian territories in anticipation of a repeat of last year's violence, in which at least 38 people died near the borders with Lebanon and Syria.
Israeli Forces Deploy for Protests at Borders
Israeli forces clash with Palestinian protesters marking Land Day
Thousands protest Israel, Gaza man killed (1:22)
'Israel yet to make decision on Mideast nuclear summit'
COM STAFF, REUTERS UN ambassador Prosor says there must be "comprehensive peace" in region before Israel joins nuclear weapon free zone. By Shahar Azran Israel's UN ambassador Ron Prosor said Friday that Israel has not yet made a decision whether to ...
Israel says peace crucial to nuke-free Mideast
The US can meet Israel halfway on Iran
Israel says no decision on Mideast nuclear conference
The Associated Press
Israel closes off West Bank ahead of Arab 'Land Day' protests
JERUSALEM – Israeli forces went on high alert in anticipation of mass demonstrations Friday, sealing off swaths of territory and tightening restrictions on entering a flashpoint holy site as Palestinians and Arabs prepared for a day of marches ...
Israel girds for regional anti-Israel protests
Israel cordons off West Bank over "Land Day" threat
Gaza man killed as thousands protest Israel policy
Israeli envoy praises Argentina for 1994 bombing probe
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Israel's UN envoy on Friday praised Argentina for reinvigorating its investigation of a deadly 1994 bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires that Argentine authorities have blamed on Iran. "I think they're re-energizing" their ...
Israel praises Argentina for reopening investigation of Jewish community ...
What if Israel bombs Iran?
"Bibi" is Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Editor's note: Gary Sick served on the National Security Council staff under Presidents Ford, Carter and Reagan, and was the principal White House aide for Iran during the Iranian Revolution and the ...
Israeli war with Iran may be more costly than believed
Israel weighs Azerbaijan as gateway to Iran, Foreign Policy says
Israel Shields Public from Risks of War with Iran
Israel's Fischer Warns Against Deficit-Spending to Boost Defense
By Alisa Odenheimer on March 30, 2012 Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer said Israel shouldn't widen its budget deficit to pay for any additional defense spending, and warned of the risks of “populism” before elections due by next year.
Israel's New Opposition Head Pledges Social Reform
Israel's newly elected opposition leader pledged in two interviews published Thursday to work for social reform, saying he would "restore dignity" to the country's working class. Shaul Mofaz's remarks are part of his push to bill himself as a centrist ...
Israel's Kadima Party dumps Tzipi Livni for Shaul Mofaz
That's what there is
Livni ousted as leader of Israel's opposition party
Yes, Israel is Thriving, But All's Not Well
by Lara Friedman Mar 30, 2012 3:11 PM EDT Elliott Abrams says J Street (and along with J Street, no doubt, all Americans and Israelis who define themselves as the pro-Israel, pro-peace Left) isn't really worried about Israel's fate as a Jewish state ...
Failed Israel Boycott Attempt in Brooklyn Aided by Netanyahu Policies
by Peter Beinart Mar 30, 2012 4:45 AM EDT A bid to boycott Israeli products at Brooklyn's Park Slope Food Coop was defeated, but such moves will gain support as long as Benjamin Netanyahu's government alienates people with its efforts to destroy the ...
March 30: Trayvon Martin, boycotting Israel and Obamacare
Peter Beinart's Offense Against Liberalism
Huffington Post (blog)
Peter Beinart's op-ed in the New York Times (March 19), entitled "To Save Israel, Boycott the Settlements," crossed a red line. More than that: it is an offense against liberalism itself. The call to boycott Israel -- even the lame effort to ...
Daily Beast's Beinart Blames Israel for No Peace with Palestinians, Promotes ...
In Defense of Peter Beinart
Peter Beinart, Racism vs. Anti-Semitism