The Associated Press
Israel ex-Opposition Leader Livni Quits Parliament
Wall Street Journal
AP JERUSALEM—Former Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni announced her resignation from parliament on Tuesday, weeks after she was ousted as opposition leader, in a move that could shake up Israeli politics ahead of widely expected national elections.
Israel's Livni quits parliament after leadership loss
No Softening on Iran: Israeli Defense Minister
Voice of America
May 01, 2012 No Softening on Iran: Israeli Defense Minister Scott Bobb | Jerusalem Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak is maintaining the government's hard line against Iran's nuclear program, saying Israel will not be duped by negotiations, ...
Israeli defense minister talks tough on Iran
Canada Free Press
Israel vs. Iran war off, for the moment, maybe
This week, the New York Times reported some very good news: that the war Israel and Iran — and, maybe, the US and the rest of the world — seemed hurtling inexorably toward for the past year may not be so inevitable after all. “A series of factors ...
Gay Portuguese CMU student becomes global pro-Israel advocate
Terra Incognita: Falling out of love with 'Hatikva'
Who Created the State of Israel?
Israel army closes probe into deadly 2009 shelling
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's military on Tuesday closed an investigation into a 2009 shelling of a house in Gaza that killed 21 members of a Palestinian family, saying it did not constitute a war crime and that the civilians had not been targeted ...
Israel military closes file on 2009 Gaza family deaths
Gaza militant killed in Israeli border firefight
Inquiry defends Israeli fatal airstrike in Gaza
Israel and Syria's Opposition -- Suspect and Respect
Huffington Post (blog)
Israeli leaders are known, and not to their credit, to be outspoken on issues where discretion is of the utmost importance. The public debate on the possibility of inflicting a military strike against Iran is a dramatic case in mind.
Israel's Continued Independence Rests on Palestinian Independence
As Israel recently observed sixty-four years of independence, it is critical that Israelis reflect on the path they have taken and ask if the current one is sustainable in the long-term. Much has been achieved since the nation's founding and the ...
Only Israel Can Make Peace
Winds of Change in Israel
Election to resolve issues in Israel
Israel's leading hotelier eyes European expansion
By Tova Cohen | TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israel's biggest hotel chain, Fattal, expects strong growth from its expansion in Europe, where it has over 30 properties and several more are being planned, the company's owner and managing director said.
Sydney Morning Herald
Israel's Supreme Court to hear government appeal to postpone dismantling rogue ...
Israel's Supreme Court said Tuesday it will review the appeal next week. The court set a May 1 deadline for the removal of the Ulpana outpost, saying it was illegally built on private Palestinian land. Last week the government asked for a 90-day delay.
Israeli court to hear outpost demolition appeal
For the record
Israel pushes plan for 1100 East Jerusalem hotel rooms
Occupied Jerusalem: Israel has approved a further stage in plans to build 1100 new hotel rooms in a colony neighbourhood of occupied east Jerusalem, Israeli officials confirmed on Tuesday. The hotel rooms are slated for construction in Givat HaMatos, ...
Palestinian Christians Against the Occupation
Israel plots the endgame
Israel Orders 1000 Palestinian Trees Uprooted