Egypt-Israel natural gas deal revoked for economic reasons
Los Angeles Times
Egypt and Israel say political tensions played no role. But observers say the dispute is the latest sign of souring ties and could threaten the nations' peace accord. The Cairo headquarters of state-run Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Co.
Israeli prime minister plays down natural gas spat with Egypt as 'business ...
Israel has options to overcome loss of Egyptian gas
Israel punishes Palestinian hunger-strikers
By Jihan Abdalla | RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Israel has taken measures against some 1200 Palestinian prisoners on a hunger strike, denying them family visits and separating them from inmates not taking part in the protest, prison authorities said ...
Peace Without Partners
AP Interview: Top Palestinian warns Israel it may be headed toward a single ...
Israeli president: Israel missed chances for peace
Israel can't afford the happy talk
Washington Post (blog)
By that, I mean that all of the parties involved, and particularly the United States and Iran, and to some extent, probably even Israel [which is not a party to the talks], would like to take a step back and relieve some of the tensions that have ...
Iran: Israel Just 'Bluffing' on Attacks
10 Reasons Americans Should Celebrate Israel's Independence Day
On April 25, that tiny country Israel, burdened with decades of unremitting attacks on its very legitimacy and existence, celebrates her 64th year of independence. There are good reasons why Americans should celebrate that.
Google Street View comes to Israel
Now we're sixty-four
Sydney Morning Herald
Israel's Ulpana neighborhood is built on years of land theft and forgery
By Akiva Eldar Tags: West Bank Israel settlements Champions of Beit El's Ulpana neighborhood residents maintain they are "normative people." (Are they implying that non-normative folks live in the other outposts? ) In other words, the building of the ...
Israel Asks Court To Delay Settlement Evictions
West Bank Outpost Ignites Political Battle
Coalition splits over West Bank demolitions
Israel denies it has access to Azerbaijan air bases
BAKU, April 23 (Reuters) - Israel denied on Monday that it had gained access to air bases in the former Soviet republic of Azerbaijan, which borders its foe Iran. "Such reports are from the sphere of science fiction and do not correspond with the truth ...
Lieberman denies Israel has access to Azerbaijan air bases
'Reports Baku gave Israel airfields are fiction'
Israeli FM: Azerbaijan could become mediator between Israel and Arab world (PHOTO)
Israel's Conservative movement OKs gay and lesbian rabbis
JERUSALEM — In a landmark decision, the Israeli branch of Conservative Judaism announced that its rabbinical school will begin to accept gay and lesbian candidates for ordination. Board members of the Schecter Rabbinical Seminary in Jerusalem voted ...
Israeli Deportation Order Threatens Some African Migrants
Voice of America
April 23, 2012 Israeli Deportation Order Threatens Some African Migrants Scott Bobb | Jerusalem The government of Israel recently said it would begin deporting illegal immigrants from two African countries because conflicts there had subsided and it ...
Turkey says Israel not welcome at NATO summit
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey has refused to allow Israel to take part in a NATO summit next month because the Jewish state has not apologized for the 2010 killing of Turkish activists in a raid on a ship taking aid to Palestinians, a Turkish official ...
Turkey reportedly vetos Israel's participation in upcoming NATO summit
Turkey rejects Israeli participation in NATO summit
Turkey blocking Israel from NATO summit
Israel tech firms raise $483 million in Q1 from VCs
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli high-tech firms raised $483 million in venture capital in the first quarter, after raising $2.14 billion in 2011, the Israel Venture Capital (IVC) Research Center said on Monday. The amount raised in the January-March ...