The Associated Press
Israeli Official Weighs an Imposed Palestinian Border
New York Times
TEL AVIV — Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Wednesday that Israel should consider imposing the borders of a future Palestinian state, becoming the most senior government official to suggest bypassing a stagnant peace process.
Israel urges tougher action against Assad
Israel's Barak tells NBC: 'A nuclear Iran is unacceptable'
Israel's Barak: Weigh 'unilateral action'
Israeli gov't decision to fund Reform, Conservative rabbis sets precedent for ...
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
By Ben Sales · May 30, 2012 NEW YORK (JTA) -- This week's announcement that the Israeli government for the first time will pay the salaries of some non-Orthodox rabbis represents a major victory for the Reform and Conservative movements.
Natan Sharansky Applauds Government of Israel's Recognition of Reform and ...
Analysis on Israel's recognition of Reform and Conservative rabbis, by top ...
Israel to Aid Wider Range of Rabbis
Israel Urges Tougher Action on Iranian Nuclear Program (Jerusalem)
AP JERUSALEM — After an inconclusive round of talks this month between world powers and Iran about its nuclear program, Israeli leaders are expressing deep skepticism about the chances for a diplomatic breakthrough and urging tougher international ...
Tehran and Baghdad: Changing the Nuclear Dynamic
US, Israel: At Odds Over New Plan for Iran?
Israel Urges Tougher Line With Tehran
Prophecy of diamonds keeps Israeli firm digging
By Tova Cohen and Ari Rabinovitch | AKKO, Israel (Reuters) - Somewhere in the Carmel hills of northern Israel, diamond exploration company Shefa Yamim hopes to uncover the exact spot where faith meets science. Inspired by the words of a revered rabbi ...
Ma'an News Agency
Bipartisan Assault on Middle East Peace
Earlier this month, the House of Representatives passed a dangerous piece of legislation (HR 4133) which would undermine the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, weaken Israeli moderates and peace advocates, undercut international law, further militarize ...
Fate Unites, Israel Separates
'UNRWA reform' effort will harm Middle East peace effort
Israel increasing imports from Palestinian areas
Israel to prosecute Haaretz journalist
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Israel will prosecute the journalist who allegedly accepted classified documents from a soldier. Uri Blau, an investigative reporter for Haaretz, allegedly accepted more than 1500 classified military documents from Anat Kamm, 22, ...
Israel's Attorney General to indict reporter for possessing classified ...
Israel To Indict Reporter Uri Blau Over State Secrets
Israel 'will be buried' if West attacks Syria, Iranian official warns
By Avi Issacharoff and Amos Harel | May.31, 2012 | 1:04 AM Western military intervention in war-torn Syria would result in a regional upheaval that would undoubtedly engulf Israel, a senior Iranian official said yesterday, following a massacre in the ...
IDF general: Anti-Israel terror will flourish in Syria
IDF may act to stop Syria weapons smuggling
'Axis of Unholy Lands broken, but Israel still has enemies' – Israeli deputy PM
European Jewish Press
Violent Arab ghetto shows Israel's seamy underside
LOD, Israel (Reuters) - "My friend is on the floor, dying, 11 holes in his body, and I only have 10 fingers," raps Tamer Nafar. "Don't close your eyes, blink if you can hear me." Nafar isn't rapping about violence and crime in urban America, ...
Israel means 'struggle with God'
Is Mideast Peace Around the Corner or Far Away?
A black story
Sun Pharma appoints Israel Makov chairman
New York Daily News
May 30--India's Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (BSE: 524715), which controls Israel's Taro Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (Pink Sheets: TAROF), has appointed Israel Makov as chairman. Makov previously served as president and CEO of Teva ...
Israel Makov Appointed Chairman of Sun Pharma Board
Sun's key appointments lay the foundation for global growth
Sun Pharma's Dilip Shanghvi steps down in favour of Israel Markov
Iran: 'Flame' virus fight began with oil attack
Its origins remain a mystery, but international suspicion quickly fell on Israel opening another front in its suspected covert wars with archenemy Tehran. "This virus penetrated some fields. One of them was the oil sector," said Gholam Reza Jalali, ...
Israel suspected of circulating spyware virus
'Flame' computer virus strikes Middle East; Israel speculation continues
Flame Cyber Attack: Israel Behind Largest Cyber Spy Weapon Ever?