Los Angeles Times
Israel's unity deal fuels talk of moderate shift
Los Angeles Times
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, left, and Shaul Mofaz, leader of the centrist Kadima party, hold a news conference to announce their unity government. (Lior Mizrahi / Getty Images / May 8, 2012) By Edmund Sanders, Los Angeles Times JERUSALEM ...
Israeli Agreement Broadens Netanyahu's Powerbase for New Laws
Israel's new political fix may support markets
Israel's Dysfunctional Political System
Palestinian Leaders decry prisoners' plight
By Ali Sawafta | RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas warned on Tuesday that the death of any one of the hundreds of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israel would be a "disaster" and could trigger a backlash that ...
Red Cross, UN appeal for Palestinian hunger strikers
Bean Counting States
Israeli Court Rejects the Release of Hunger Strikers
Biden on Israel: I'm friends with Netanyahu, too
"No president since Harry Truman has does more for Israel's security than Barack Obama," Biden said in his keynote address to the group's annual conference in Atlanta. As Biden took the podium, the rabbi who introduced him told him, "You are with ...
Biden vows support for Israel in Atlanta visit
VP Biden Defends President Obama on Protecting Israel, Blames Bush for ...
Biden delivers defense of Obama and Israel
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A. (blog)
Reputed Israeli crime boss pleads guilty in racketeering case
Los Angeles Times
A reputed organized crime figure from Israel pleaded guilty Monday in federal court in Los Angeles to narcotics and racketeering charges, authorities said. Itzhak Abergil, 43, was charged in 2008 in a 77-page grand jury indictment alleging that he and ...
Israeli Organized Crime Figure Pleads Guilty in US to Narcotics and ...
Alleged Israel mob boss Yitzhak Abergil pleads guilty in LA
Suspected Israel crime lord pleads guilty
New Zealand Herald
Mideast conference on weapons of mass destruction in jeopardy as US defends Israel
VIENNA — Hopes dimmed Monday for staging major nuclear talks later this year between Israel and its Muslim rivals, as Iran and Arab countries at a 189-nation conference accused Israel of being the greatest threat to peace in the region and Egypt ...
Mideast nuclear conference in jeopardy
New Israeli film details final hours of Mahmoud Mabhouh's life
By Kevin Flower Eliat, Israel (CNN) - It has spies, murder and an exotic locale; the stuff movies are made of. That's what filmmakers thought when they heard the circumstances surrounding the death of a Hamas leader at a hotel in Dubai.
Israeli spy flick reimagines Dubai killing
Israel Stocks: Allot Communications, Babylon, EZchip and Perrigo
Israel's TA-25 index retreated for the second time this week, losing 0.2 percent to 1145.33 at the 4:30 pm close in Tel Aviv. Investors traded about 1 billion shekels ($263 million) of shares and convertible securities, according to bourse data.
Israel early vote cancelled as Kadima joins coalition
In Israel, African migrants under attack
Where Everybody Knows Your Name
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
House panel OKs $1B for Israel's missiles
Amid concerns about rising tensions in the Persian Gulf, a US House of Representatives defense subcommittee has approved nearly $1 billion for Israel's anti-missile defense program, the highest single appropriation for the four-system project.
US to approve $1b for Israel's defense system
US Congress c'ttee proposes $1b for Israeli missile defense
House subcommittee set to OK $1 billion for Israel anti-missile programs
Peres praises Harper's 'outstanding' support for Israel
Israeli President Shimon Peres started his five-day state visit with warm words of thanks for Canada's strong support and "60 years of friendship." Prime Minister Stephen Harper toasts the Israeli President Shimon Peres at a state dinner at Rideau Hall ...
President of Israel and Governor General of Canada Preside over the Signing of ...
Israel's Peres discusses security with Harper
Canada is an 'extraordinary friend'
Israeli film turns focus on Hamas leader's murder
The scene -- loosely based on a true story -- is being played out on the set of a new Israeli film called "The Javelin," showcasing the unsolved murder of Hamas leader Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh in a Dubai hotel room more than two years ago.