Palestinians call on UN to stop Israeli settlement legalization
The Palestinian UN observer Riyad Mansour denounced on Wednesday Israel's legalization of three unsanctioned West Bank settler outposts as an illegal attempt to entrench "its massive network of illegal settlements." The Palestinian condemnation is only ...
Ashton calls on Israel to 'reverse' outpost decision
Israel releases Palestinian protest leader
Op-Ed: Iron Dome is an investment in Mideast stability
Christian Science Monitor
Israel's top general says Iran unlikely to make bomb
By Jeffrey Heller and Maayan Lubell | JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's military chief said he does not believe Iran will decide to build an atomic bomb and called its leaders "very rational" - comments that clashed with Prime Minister Benjamin ...
Israeli military chief: Iran will not build nuclear bomb
Israeli army chief says he doubts Iran will build a nuclear weapon
Israeli prime minister Netanyahu says sanctions on Iran 'better work soon'
Israel celebrates its 64th Independence Day
Remembrance Day sorrow replaced with Independence Day joy: Israel concluded its Memorial Day events and turned to celebrating its 64th anniversary on Wednesday evening. Celebrations kicked off in the traditional lighting of the torches ceremony in ...
Israel marks 64 years of independence with national ceremony in Jerusalem ...
Israel marks 64th Independence Day
Israel marks 64 years of independence
New York Times
Israel's Big Day, Under Sun and Cloud
New York Times
JERUSALEM — The paradox that is Israel — wealthy, dynamic and safe, yet mistrusted, condemned and nervous — was on full display on Wednesday as the country mourned its fallen soldiers and began celebrating its 64th Independence Day.
Obama letter to Peres: US commitment to Israel 'strong'
US is committed to Israel's security: Obama
Israel's new ties to Azerbaijan worry neighboring Iran
Kansas City Star
By Sheera Frenkel JERUSALEM -- The burgeoning relationship between Israel and Azerbaijan is raising eyebrows throughout the Middle East, not least of all because Azerbaijan is Iran's neighbor to the north and shares close cultural and demographic ties ...
Israel says Iran must stop all enrichment, denies having access to Azerbaijan ...
Israeli Minister Visits Chabad In Muslim Country
Israeli Foreign Minister Visits Chabad of Baku during Official Visit
Israel's Iron Dome Gets Boost in U.S. Panel's Budget Plan
Israel's Iron Dome missile-defense system stands to gain as much as $680 million in US aid under a proposal by a congressional panel. A subcommittee of the US House Armed Services Committee is seeking the funding from 2012 to 2015 for the system built ...
From Israel, Documentaries of Internal Landscapes
Two very different Israeli documentaries are opening at New York's Quad Cinema over the next 10 days. These fascinating films have less to do with the political tensions that dominate headlines from the Middle East than with exploring personal identity ...
Rumors of mass Israeli emigration are much exaggerated
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
By Pini Herman Interviewing Israel's President Shimon Peres in the April 4 issue of Time magazine, a correspondent quoted the often-cited number in suggesting that 1 million Israelis live outside their native country: “It's not as if Jews are flocking ...
Opinion: Israel at 64: Chutzpah Is the Key to Survival
A Question For Israel's Independence Day: If Obama Was President in 1948 Would ...
Connecting with Israel
Hurriyet Daily News
State Department: Israel was never invited to the NATO summit
Washington Post (blog)
By Jennifer Rubin Tuesday morning I had a post concerning difficulties the State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland had in responding to an objection by Turkey to Israel's attendance at an upcoming NATO summit. In short, she refused to say whether ...
Turkey vetoes Israel's latest NATO partnership bid, despite criticisms