Israeli Coalition Is About a Fair Draft, Not Iran
Israel's newly expanded governing coalition may be more cautious about bombing Iran, and it may be marginally more open to serious negotiations with the Palestinians. But neither issue was the immediate reason the centrist Kadima party joined the ...
Under Netanyahu, Israel is stronger than ever
Israel's unity government: a bid to represent the majority
Knesset finalizes Israel's new super-sized ruling coalition
Israel: Iran must commit to stop all enrichment
JERUSALEM—Israel on Wednesday accused Iran of stalling in negotiations over its nuclear program with the international community, and said an upcoming round of talks can succeed only if the Iranians agree to halt all uranium enrichment.
Israel: Iran Uranium Enrichment Must Stop
Israel Pyramid Rules Turn Insurers Into Buyout Targets: Real M&A
By Sharon Wrobel on May 09, 2012 Israel's proposed regulations requiring simplified corporate structures are giving foreign private-equity firms the chance to acquire some of the country's biggest insurance providers at a bargain.
Markstone Says Company Breakups to Spur Israel Deals
Israel Tour Guide Service Offers Insider's Look at Tel Aviv Fashion Scene
Israel city breaks: Tel Aviv is the city of curious cool
UN's oldest refugee camps look at sensitive upgrades
BETHLEHEM, West Bank (Reuters) - Three generations of Palestinians displaced by the founding of Israel in 1948 know only life in UN refugee camps, going to schools beneath the blue-and-white UN flag and drawing their food stocks from UN warehouses.
Israel to let inmates out of solitary
After ten years, Israel to release Palestinian prisoner from solitary confinement
UN's Ban urges Israel to charge prisoners or free them
Israeli President Shimon Peres puts his passions on display in Toronto visit
Amy Dempsey and Valerie Hauch Staff Reporters Earlier on Wednesday, Israel's President Shimon Peres spoke about the human brain and how it is the key to addressing many of the world's economic and social problems. But in the evening, in a sold-out ...
Better brain research will make a better world: Israeli President Shimon Peres
Israeli President lauds Canada as 'never indifferent, never neutral'
Peres delivers keynote address at symposium on brain diseases
Israel's Ban on Ultra-Thin Models
By Talya Minsberg A new Israeli law prohibits fashion media and advertising from using Photoshop or models who fall below the World Health Organization's standard for malnutrition. Aya Barazani, who suffers from anorexia, points at Israeli fashion ...
Israel requires advertisers to disclose Photoshopping of models
The Times of Israel
House passes enhanced Israel cooperation bill
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
By Zach Silberman · May 9, 2012 WASHINGTON (JTA) -- The US House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed bipartisan legislation that reaffirms and enhances US policy commitments to Israel's security. The United States-Israel Enhanced Security ...
U.S.-Israel ties reaffirmed in House vote
'It will lead to war' - Ron Paul fights to end military aid for Israel
Congressmen vote to affirm US commitment to Israel
Bank Of Israel: Bank System 'Robust' Despite Moody's Downgrade
Wall Street Journal
JERUSALEM (Dow Jones)--The Bank of Israel on Wednesday said the country's banking system is "robust," following Moody's Investor Services' downgrade of the banking system's outlook. On Tuesday, Moody's downgraded its outlook for Israel's banking system ...
Israel banks strong despite outlook cut -cenbank
Moody's: Israel's banking system outlook changed to negative
Moody's cuts Israel's banking outlook to negative
Bezeq Israel Telecom sees flat 2012
Q1 profit 582 mln shekels vs 531 mln forecast * Q1 revenue down 6 pct to 2.74 bln shekels * Sees 2012 results similar to 2011 * Pelephone profit slides 30 pct, rev down 14 pct (Adds details, company comments) May 9 (Reuters) - Bezeq Israel Telecom, ...
B Communications Reports First Quarter 2012 Financial Results
Israel's Gay Outlook Gets a Hearing
Israel has "never had 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' and we never will," Michael Oren, the country's ambassador to the United States, told a sold-out crowd of 500 people at an Equality Forum dinner at the National Museum of American Jewish History on ...
Michael Oren pinkwashes the truth about Israel and gay Palestinians
Survey discovers Israel's digital divide
Israel and the Battleground of Ideas