Netanyahu: Israel obligated to prevent nuclear-armed Iran
By HERB KEINON, MELANIE LIDMAN At Yad Vashem ceremony marking Holocaust Remembrance Day, PM pushes back against critics saying he should not draw parallels between Iran and the Holocaust: The people of Israel are strong enough to hear the truth.
Israel's Peres opens annual Holocaust memorial day with story of his own ...
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Israel dismisses officer videotaped striking activist
By Kevin Flower, CNN Jerusalem (CNN) -- The Israeli military said Wednesday that it had dismissed an officer who was caught on video striking a pro-Palestinian activist in the face. "Lt. Col. Eisner was dismissed from his position and will not serve as ...
Shalom Eisner, Israeli Officer Who Hit Danish Activist, Removed from Post
Israel officer reassigned after attack on activist
Palestinian leader quits top-level talks with Israel
Kansas City Star
Samantha Koenig Update: Israel Keyes Charged With Federal Kidnapping Of Barista
By DAN JOLING 04/18/12 06:53 PM ET Samantha Koenig was abducted in February from the coffee stand where she worked allegedly by contractor Israel Keyes who was charged with her kidnapping on April 18. ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Federal kidnapping charges ...
Israel Keyes Charged with Kidnapping Resulting in Death in Samantha Koenig Case
Israel Keyes Charged with Kidnapping Resulting in Death of Samantha Koenig
Anchorage construction worker charged with kidnapping, killing barista
Israel-Cyprus Deal on Gas as Lebanon Refuses Negotiation: Energy
By Eduard Gismatullin on April 18, 2012 Israel's biggest gas discovery, potentially turning the fuel importer into an exporter, is prompting a race by nations from Lebanon to Turkey to tap similar deposits in disputed waters of the East Mediterranean.
Israeli official voices doubts on Iran nuke talks
Atlanta Journal Constitution
By DIAA HADID AP JERUSALEM — Israel's deputy foreign minister says the nuclear talks between Iran and Western powers in Istanbul last week may have been a stalling tactic by Tehran. Danny Ayalon, of the hawkish Israel Beitenu Party, is cautioning ...
Israel Critical of Iran Nuclear Talks
Israeli Minister Agrees Ahmadinejad Never Said Israel 'Must Be Wiped Off the Map'
Israel's Barak says country never promised US it would hold off attacking Iran ...
Social Media Security Deals Spur Radware Rally: Israel Overnight
Radware Ltd. (RDWR), the Israeli technology company trading at double valuations relative to the Nasdaq telecommunications index, rose to a two-week high in New York after receiving orders from social networking companies. Shares of the Tel Aviv-based ...
Fischer Points to Israel as Example for Euro Zone
Wall Street Journal (blog)
By Kristina Peterson It would likely be “extremely costly” for a country to leave the euro zone, Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer said Wednesday at the International Monetary Fund. The benefits of belonging to the euro zone are extensive, ...
Fischer: Poverty and bureaucracy plague Israel
Fischer Says Inflation Won't Return Without Stronger Growth
Remarks by BOI Governor Stanley Fischer regarding Israeli economy
Top Egyptian Islamic cleric visits Jerusalem
The Associated Press
The Grand Mufti Ali Gomaa wrote on his Twitter account that the symbolic visit was in solidarity with the Palestinians' claim to east Jerusalem, under Israel's control since it was captured in the 1967 Mideast war. He prayed in the Al-Aqsa mosque, ...
Egypt's mufti visits Jerusalem for first time
Egyptian Grand Mufti visits Israel
Israel Bans Islamic Figure Entry to Al-Aqsa
Welcome to Israel's Seasonal Political Charade
With the victory of Shaul Mofaz in the leadership contest of the Kadima party, the fractious nature of Israeli politics once again haunts what remains of Israel's peace camp. Mofaz is by no means a perfect candidate but he at least came up with a peace ...
Palestinians tepid about new talks
Obama made settlements an obstacle
New Jersey Jewish News
Singer Calls Trip to Israel a Success
Chris Christie to Israel. Singer said that while he has been to Israel several times, the recent trip was his first in an official capacity. "He had asked me to go knowing I'd been to Israel six or seven times before," he said.
Gov. Christie in Israel: A mission beyond politics
NJ Gov. Chris Christie takes hawkish line on Israel