Israel steps up security ties with China
JERUSALEM—After a prolonged chill, security ties between Israel and China are warming up. With Israel offering much-needed technical expertise and China representing a huge new market and influential voice in the international debate over Iran's ...
Congress stands by Israel
US seen awarding Israel largest ever aid package
Christian Science Monitor
Israel, land of Jewish refugees, riled by influx of Africans
Christian Science Monitor
Violent riots broke out in Tel Aviv last night as a growing tide of African migrants strains Israel's ideal as a land for refugees. By Joshua Mitnick, Correspondent / May 24, 2012 An African migrant drives his car with a shattered window after ...
Miri Regev, Israel Legislator, Calls Sudanese Refugees 'A Cancer' Amid Violent ...
Israel will solve African migrant problem, Netanyahu assures
US to reaffirm commitment to Israel's security
Palestinian Attitudes Toward Israel
Huffington Post (blog)
As the uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East enter into their second year, how have these unprecedented events impacted Palestinian attitudes toward Israel? Will Palestinians be emboldened to mimic these revolts and collectively decide to ...
Survey: Israel losing ground with Germans
Stop Settler Violence
Not All Israeli Citizens Are Equal
Israel offered $6 million to Turk raid victims: lawyer
By Jonathon Burch and Tulay Karadeniz | ANKARA (Reuters) - A Turkish lawyer said on Thursday that Israel had offered to pay $6 million to victims of Israel's storming of a Gaza-bound Turkish aid flotilla to settle lawsuits against the Israeli military.
Turkish lawyer: Israel offered to pay Marmara victims $6 million
Israel offers compensation to Mavi Marmara flotilla raid victims
Turkey indictment targets Israel
Israel said to escalate covert operations
Despite the prospect of a diplomatic breakthrough in talks about Iran's nuclear program between Tehran and a US-led coalition in Baghdad, Israeli military officials say covert operations against "enemy countries" are on the rise.
Israel takes back promise to Obama not to attack Iran before the election
Israel Likely to Strike Iran Reactor If Plutonium Risk Rises
Obama, Israel, and Iran
Temple Israel cancels Wasserman Schultz speech
Miami's Temple Israel yanked a program featuring Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz after a high-profile Republican donor quit the congregation in protest of the Democratic congresswoman's involvement. Stanley Tate, a well-known philanthropist who started ...
Temple cancels Wasserman Schultz speech
Israel's Supreme Court tells military: reconsider ban on Gaza residents ...
JERUSALEM — Israel's Supreme Court has ordered the military to reconsider its ban on Gaza residents studying in the West Bank. The court posted its decision Thursday, implying it would order a change. The Israeli military has 45 days to respond.
Baird defends support of Israel,offers few details on religious freedom office
Winnipeg Free Press
WASHINGTON - Canada's foreign affairs minister was the keynote speaker Thursday at an event in the US capital honouring religious freedom, forcefully defending his government's strong support of Israel while promoting its plans for an Office of ...
Jewocity.com Blog (blog)
Israel's Arava firm finances $204 million for solar projects
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Israel's Arava Power Company has closed on financing for eight solar power projects worth $204 million. Arava, based in Kibbutz Ketura in southern Israel, will build five solar energy fields in the Negev.
Israel's Arava power to build 8 solar fields
Arava Drags Israel into Solar Century with 58.5 MW Project Licensed ...
Israeli solar firm raises $200 million
Israelis Cling to Faith in Peace Treaty
Wall Street Journal
By JOSHUA MITNICK TEL AVIV—Israel has watched its cold peace with Egypt turn frigid since the downfall of President Hosni Mubarak, but as Egyptians voted for a new leader this week, some Israeli officials said they believe the peace treaty between ...
Israel No Longer the 'Only Democracy in the Middle East'
Israel follows Egyptian elections with interest, concern
Egypt: Poll, majority want "cold peace" with Israel