PM: Israel increasing its cyber-defense capabilities
By HERB KEINON Speaking at Institute for National Security Studies, Netanyahu says as one of world's most computerized countries, Israel vulnerable to cyber attack; does not mention 'Flame' virus that has been attacking Iranian computers.
Israel Urges Tougher Line With Tehran
Israel's Netanyahu Seeks Tougher Nuclear Demands on Iran
Israeli premier: World powers too lenient in demands to stop Iran's nuclear ...
Israel Behind Largest Cyber Spy Weapon Ever?
A top Israeli official hinted today that his country could be behind the most sophisticated cyber espionage program ever developed, known as Flame, which infiltrated and has spied on computer systems throughout the Middle East, including those in Iran, ...
Israel Gets the Blame for Flame Virus
"Flame" computer virus strikes Middle East; Israel speculation continues
Israel a suspect as computer virus hits Mideast nations
Israel to Aid Wider Range Of Rabbis
New York Times
JERUSALEM — The Israeli government announced on Tuesday that, for the first time, it planned to pay the salaries of a small number of Reform and Conservative rabbis, as it does with many Orthodox ones. In a deal brokered in response to a 2005 petition ...
Israel allows government councils to pay non-Orthodox rabbis
Israel to sponsor non-Orthodox rabbis for first time
Israel to fund non-Orthodox rabbis for 1st time in victory for Reform ...
Israel to transfer bodies of Cafe Hillel, Savoy Hotel terrorists to PA
As part of the gesture, Israel will transfer the remains of Hassan Sarhana of Hebron who blew himself up at a hitchhiking post in Ashkelon in 1996. A female soldier was killed in the attack. Israel will also transfer the remains of Nassim Ja'abri and ...
Israel increasing imports from Palestinian areas
Israel Zodiac Mosaic: Vandals Damage 1600-Year-Old Art At Synagogue
By DIAA HADID 05/29/12 03:34 PM ET JERUSALEM — Vandals badly damaged a rare 1600-year-old mosaic in the northern Israeli city of Tiberias that formed the floor of an ancient synagogue, smashing parts to rubble and scrawling graffiti, ...
1600-year-old mosaic at Israeli synagogue damaged
Israel court sentences Palestinian protest leader
OFER MILITARY BASE, West Bank—An Israeli military court Tuesday sentenced a prominent Palestinian protest leader to 13 months in jail for urging youths to throw rocks at Israeli soldiers. But Bassem al-Tamimi, 45, walked free from the courtroom ...
Israeli court sentences Palestinian protest leader
Israel's military court sentences Palestinian protest leader to 13 months in jail
Israel military court sentences Palestinian protest leader for urging youths ...
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, ...
Hopeless In Hatikvah
Tensions in Israel over its African migrants
Remove the migrants to save the poor
Egyptian election promises uncertainty for ties with US, Israel
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
By Ron Kampeas · May 29, 2012 WASHINGTON (JTA) -- The Egyptians stunned even themselves in the vote to elect their next president -- and observers are warning that the US and Israel should be ready for continued uncertainty in their relations with ...
Turkish Court Indicts 4 Israeli Military Leaders
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
By ISABEL KERSHNER / The New York Times JERUSALEM -- An Istanbul court approved indictments on Monday against four senior Israeli military figures for involvement in a deadly raid on a Turkish passenger vessel trying to breach Israel's naval blockade ...
Lieberman: Israel will not allow its officers to be terrorized by Turkey
Turkish court charges Israeli military members
Murder charges over Mavi Marmara raid will test strained Turkey-Israel relations
Ma'an News Agency
UN official: Israel slow to relax Gaza blockade
CANBERRA, Australia—The UN official responsible for Palestinian refugees said Tuesday that Israel has been too slow to relax its blockade of Gaza, which has devastated the isolated economy and failed to achieve its security goals.
Israel 'renews administrative detention' for 8 prisoners