Christian Science Monitor
Where does the Israeli security establishment stand on attacking Iran?
Christian Science Monitor
By Dan Murphy, Staff writer / May 6, 2012 Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak at a press conference. He has gone on the offense against former security officials who have been criticizing the administration's policy on Iran in advance of Israel's ...
Israel's Netanyahu calls early elections for September
Netanyahu Calls for Early Elections in Israel
Israeli leader moves toward September elections
Globe and Mail
Israel's president flies Air Canada after national carrier tries to charge him ...
Winnipeg Free Press
JERUSALEM - Israel's national airline has apologized to President Shimon Peres after attempting to charge him nearly $5000 to bring an oxygen tank on an official trip to Canada. Israeli media reported last week that Peres opted to fly with Air Canada ...
Israel's Peres set for warm reception from Mulcair
Turkish mayor visits Israel, dreams joint projects
By TOVAH LAZAROFF He is 1 of 37 mayors from 28 countries in Israel for a four-day conference organized by American Council for World Jewry. Turkish Mayor Bulent Tanik is in Israel this week shopping for peace. In spite of the tense relations between ...
Israel president on Air Canada after EL AL dispute
JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel's national airline has apologized to President Shimon Peres after attempting to charge him nearly $5000 to bring an oxygen tank on an official trip to Canada. Israeli media reported last week that Peres opted to fly with Air ...
Palestine's exiles find family bonds thru Facebook
SIDON, Lebanon—As Jewish forces advanced on their village during the war that surrounded Israel's creation in 1948, the Palestinian Faour family piled children and belongings into donkey carts and fled, hoping to return home when the fighting stopped.
Sydney Morning Herald
There is no such thing as a two-state solution
Only a one state solution – a single, undivided Israel - will bring peace. It has been 64 years since the United Nations General Assembly approved the Partition Plan for Palestine and the struggle to implement a “two-state solution” began.
Mothers worry about sons who fast in Israel jails
Fears for hunger strikers in Israel
Israel's Gathering Storm
Ma'an News Agency
Israeli Supreme Court questions demolition delay
San Francisco Chronicle
(05-06) 03:56 PDT JERUSALEM, Israel (AP) -- The Israeli Supreme Court has reacted coolly to a government request to delay the demolition of an illegal West Bank settler outpost. The state agreed to raze the five buildings by May 1 after the court ...
Israel High Court criticizes government
Report: Israeli court rebukes govt delay of outpost demo
Israeli court slams request to delay outpost demolition
Israel Stocks: IDB Holding, Mellanox, Modiin, Prolor, Teva
Israel's TA-25 index retreated the most in three weeks, declining 1.8 percent to 1147.07 at the 4:30 pm close in Tel Aviv. Investors traded about 576 million shekels ($152 million) of shares and convertible securities, according to bourse data.
Israel needs its own 'Home Front'
In Israel, and among Diaspora Jewry, we know that many Jews played important roles in the effort to defeat the Third Reich. Today, in Israel, there are many who came from the former Soviet Union, the United States, Great Britain and elsewhere that ...
Former Prime Minister Olmert Is an Extremist
Speaking the Truth. Zionism, Israel, and Occupation
A Fatwa Revisited: Should Arabs Visit Occupied Jerusalem?