Israel Anxiously Watching Egyptian Vote
New York Times
CAIRO — Both candidates for Egypt's presidency have pledged to respect the country's peace treaty with Israel, but they differ greatly in their approach, especially regarding the Palestinians. In addition to preserving the peace with Israel, ...
Ex-Israeli intel chief says peace talks are doomed
The Dangers of Flirting with Hamas
Palestinian Attitudes Toward Israel
Israeli archaeologists find rare ancient jewelry
The Associated Press
By DANIELA BERRETTA, AP – 4 hours ago TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Israeli archaeologists have discovered a rare trove of 3000-year-old jewelry, including a ring and earrings, hidden in a ceramic jug near the ancient city of Megiddo, where the New ...
Israel Ancient Jewelry Uncovered In Archaeological Dig
Israel: Archaeologists Find 3000-Year-Old Jewelry
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
Miami's Temple Israel cancels Debbie Wasserman Schultz speech
By Erika Bolstad / McClatchy Washington Bureau WASHINGTON - Miami's Temple Israel on Thursday canceled a program featuring Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz after a high-profile Republican donor quit the congregation to protest the top Democratic ...
Synagogue withdraws invitation for Wasserman Schultz
Toxic in Florida: Jewish temple cancels speech by Debbie Wasserman Schultz
For Sale: Synagogue Temple Israel (Miami)
Backlash against African migrants in Israel
Israel, bound by an international refugees treaty it ardently promoted, doesn't seem to have that option, and the gap between rhetoric and reality threatens to send simmering social antagonisms boiling over into open conflict. It has raised questions, ...
US Jews urge Israel to protect African migrants following violent rally
Eritrean ambassador says country safe to receive deportees
Differing Perspectives on Israeli Arabs
New York Times
To the Editor: Re “Not All Israeli Citizens Are Equal,” by Yousef Munayyer (Op-Ed, nytimes.com, May 24): I'm an American woman who lived in the West Bank for two years and spent a lot of time in Israel as well. Mr. Munayyer's words ring self-evidently ...
Palestinian refugees forever?
Sen. Kirk seeks true census of Palestinian refugees
Congress approves visas for Israeli investors
By AP AP WASHINGTON -- Congress has passed legislation adding Israel to the list of more than 75 countries eligible for temporary visas given to foreign nationals who invest in US-based businesses. The Senate approved the measure by voice vote on ...
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 ...
Wendy Sherman, top U.S. negotiator on Iran, visiting Israel
Top US negotiator on Iran visiting Israel
US to reaffirm commitment to Israel's security
In a more subdued hearing, Israel Keyes gets a March trial date
Two days after Israel Keyes -- the man accused of kidnapping and killing 18-year-old Anchorage barista Samantha Koenig on Feb. 1 -- vaulted over the railing in a federal courtroom and had to be subdued by a team of US marshals, a hearing on Friday saw ...
Israel Keyes Tasered While Trying to Flee Federal Courtroom
Keyes Leaps from Defense Table, Subdued by Court Security
Love for the Bible behind South Koreans' interest in Israel
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
By Michael Orbach · May 25, 2012 KFAR MENACHEM, Israel (JTA) – It's become a mainstay of Saturday nights on the Ben Yehuda Street pedestrian mall in Jerusalem. Between the crowds of Israeli revelers and American teens at the frozen-yogurt shops, ...
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.
Lawyer: Israel tried to silence Flotilla victims
Turkish lawyer: Israel offered to pay Marmara victims $6 million
Israel offers compensation to Mavi Marmara flotilla raid victims