Echoes of '67: Israel unites
In May 1967, in brazen violation of previous truce agreements, Egypt ordered UN peacekeepers out of the Sinai, marched 120000 troops to the Israeli border, blockaded the Straits of Tiran (Israel's southern outlet to the world's oceans), abruptly signed ...
Israel Unity Deal Unlikely to Significantly Shift Iran Strategy
Israel's New Coalition: Much Ado About Nothing
Broad coalition in Israel shows Netanyahu's centrist colors
Palestinians press case of hunger strikers in Israeli prisons
Kansas City Star
A Palestinian rights group said recently that half of about 5000 Palestinian prisoners held by Israel are on a hunger strike, demanding an end to imprisonment without trial as well as better conditions. RAMALLAH, West Bank -- Dozens of Palestinians ...
FM Calls Israel for Immediate Release Palestinian Prisoners
Palestinian leader warns Israel over hunger strike
Abbas warns Israel over hunger strikers
Israel's Spy Revolt - by Natan Sachs
Foreign Policy (blog)
The war of words over an Israeli attack on Iran is splitting the political leadership from military and intelligence chiefs. And that dangerous divide in Jerusalem might well lead to real war. BY NATAN SACHS | MAY 10, 2012 Something has gone very wrong ...
Israel: Iran must commit to stop all enrichment
Israel: Iran Uranium Enrichment Must Stop
Special: The war on Israel, Irish-style
Far more serious than either for the health of this Republic – though connected to both by a sanctimonious tissue of lethal intolerance – was the intimidation of the band Dervish into cancelling a tour of Israel. Dervish's website was hit by venomous ...
More Israel cancellations: Two Irish bands nix June play dates
Dervish and boycott of Israel
Irish minister livid as band cancels Israel
Egyptian candidates' tough words on peace turn Israel wary
By Sheera Frenkel and Mohannad Sabry JERUSALEM -- Along the Israel-Egypt border a barrier is being built among the desert dunes. Every few months, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu travels hours south of his government offices to mark the ...
Egyptian Presidential Front-Runner Predicts Israeli Strike on Iran More Likely
Prof. Uzi Rabi: Egyptian market closed to Israel
Rivals in Egypt debate vow to review Camp David
Israel discusses Pirate Party Holocaust denial
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL, JPOST CORRESPONDENT Reports of Holocaust denial in German Pirate Party's ranks lead to meeting with Israeli embassy. KIEL, Germany – The German Pirate Party shook up the political establishment in the northern state of ...
Israeli city bans girls from singing at conference
San Francisco Chronicle
(05-10) 10:09 PDT JERUSALEM, Israel (AP) -- An Israeli newspaper says a central city has agreed to a request by an Orthodox religious group to ban girls from singing at a youth conference next week. The Haaretz daily reported Thursday that the Kfar ...
Treasury: Israel gov't gas revenues worth NIS 20b
Israel has proven rights to NIS 20.3 billion in oil and gas revenues, states the Accountant General at the Ministry of Finance in the government's financial report for 2011. This is the first time that the financial report includes an estimate of the ...
DCCC chief Steve Israel: House is within reach
Steve Israel (DN.Y.), the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee chairman, stopped short of predicting that his party would win control of the House in November but argued Democrats have at least put the chamber in play.
Steve Israel: State Your Marriage Views. Move On.
House races won't hang on Obama gay marriage move, says a top Democrat
DCCC Chairman Israel: Dem House takeover 'in sight'
Celebrating Israel As It Approaches Its Birthday
U.S. News & World Report
By Mortimer B. Zuckerman Israel's 64th birthday this month (May 14) brings to mind Garrison Keillor's comment about work, "I believe in looking reality straight in the eye ... and denying it." Even the most dedicated visionaries could not have dreamed ...
Ambassador Oren Gets it Right on "Pro-Israel"
Young: American left has turned from Israel
United Church of Canada Assailing Israel, Again