Globe and Mail
Israeli beating of activist causes uproar
April 14: Israeli army Lt. Col. Shalom Eisner, seen from back center, hits an unidentified activist with an M-16 rifle in the Jordan Valley.AP JERUSALEM – A senior Israeli military officer's seemingly unprovoked assault against an unarmed ...
Israel Tells Foreign Activists Where to Go
Shalom Eisner, Israeli Defense Force Officer, Hits Denmark Protester In Face ...
Israel suspends officer videotaped striking activist
Yeshiva World News
US, Israel's Netanyahu already are at odds over progress at Iran nuclear talks
Kansas City Star
By SHEERA FRENKEL JERUSALEM -- Just two days after representatives of the United States and other key world powers met in Istanbul with Iran to discuss its nuclear program, Israel is throwing cold water on the effort, with Israeli Prime Minister ...
Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Dan Meridor: "An Attack on Iran Won't Help Us"
The Iran War Estimate: Odds of Conflict Fall to 42%
Israeli TV Report Shows IAF Gearing Up For Iran Attack, Says Moment Of Truth ...
Palestinians to deliver Netanyahu ultimatum on talks
* Palestinian prime minister to see Israel's Netanyahu * Fayyad to hand over letter, air Palestinian grievances By Noah Browning RAMALLAH, West Bank, April 17 (Reuters) - The Palestinian prime minister plans to use a rare meeting set for Tuesday with ...
Netanyahu, Fayyad to meet in Jerusalem
Palestinian Prime Minister to meet with Netanyahu Tuesday
Israeli politician urges Canadian boycott of products from Israeli towns on ...
Looming French 'Price War' Spurs Telecoms Drop: Israel Overnight
Internet Gold, a Petach Tikva, Israel-based company that controls Bezeq Israeli Telecommunications Corp. (BEZQ), and Partner, Israel's second largest mobile-phone company, both dropped the most in a week yesterday, while the Bloomberg US-Israel Equity ...
The Mendacity of Günter Grass
Wall Street Journal
In the Nobel literature laureate's imagination, Israel threatens the globe and cows Germans into shamed silence. By JOSEF JOFFE Nobel laureate Günter Grass, 84, is a poster boy of "re-education," America's therapy for post-Hitler Germany. Or he was.
German writer Grass admitted to hospital
Europe's hate for Israel
UCLA professor told not to link class material to anti-Israel campaign
Los Angeles Times
In a situation that stirred questions about academic freedom, a UCLA professor has been asked not to link his class online syllabus in the World Arts and Cultures/Dance Department to a website that called for a boycott of Israel, according to the head ...
A Link Too Far
Islamic Movement leader returns to Israel after 10 months in UK
MK El-Sana: Arab public rejoicing Raed Salah, leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, returned to Israel Monday evening after 10 months in the UK, during which he was arrested for entering the country illegally.
Salah back in Israel after winning UK legal battle
Arab-Israeli Islamist leader returns to Israel
Leader of Islamic Movement returns to Israel after UK legal battle
Israeli settlers, IDF at odds over who injured Hebron boy
By Chaim Levinson Tags: IDF Israel settlers West Bank Hebron settlers say Border Police choked a nine-year-old boy from their community, but Border Police say it was the settlers who caused the boy's injury while trying to free him from police custody.
Israel Border Police beat 9-year-old Jewish boy
Palestinian inmates in Israeli jails start mass hunger strike today
More than 1600 Palestinian prisoners will today launch a mass hunger strike in protest at Israel's controversial administrative detention laws that allow it to hold prisoners indefinitely without charge. The protest – timed to coincide with the annual ...
Some 1600 Palestinian prisoners in Israel plan hunger strike
UN Membership Would Unshackle Israel and Palestine
1600 Palestinian prisoners to launch hunger strike Tuesday