Kansas City Star
Israel's West Bank plans stir US furor, settlers' ire
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
By Marcy Oster · June 7, 2012 JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Israel's government coupled its compliance with a Supreme Court order to remove buildings from a neighborhood on the outskirts of the Beit El settlement with the announcement of new construction in ...
Israel to build 850 homes in West Bank
Israel to build homes in West Bank
The Time for a Palestinian State Is Now
Israel's 'peace of paper' with its neighbors
I am referring to the first peace treaty signed by Israel and an Arab state, Egypt, and the only other one, establishing peace between Israel and Jordan. Each of these treaties, and the ensuing relationship between Israel and the only two Arab states ...
Israel's peace quest 45 years after Six-Day WarThe Arab world still refuses to ...
Majority of Israeli Arabs prefer to live in Israel
'Over half of Israel's Arab's accept Jewish state'
Israel identifies cyberspace as key battlefield
AP JERUSALEM -- Israel's military says it has identified cyberspace as a strategic battlefield and is prepared to go on the offensive. The military's website reported this week that that the army has defined its "operational methods" in cyberspace.
Israeli rights group: Holdout Palestinian hunger strikers are in 'very severe ...
JERUSALEM — An Israeli rights group says two Palestinian hunger strikers imprisoned in Israel are just clinging to life. The two men refuse to eat, despite an agreement with Israel last month that persuaded hundreds of other Palestinian prisoners to ...
Israel releases Palestinian prisoner Thaer Halahleh
US Aides in Israel Give Assurances About Iran
New York Times
In Israel, however, the United States is still saying plenty, with a stream of current and former officials traveling there to threaten additional sanctions on Iran and to reiterate Mr. Obama's readiness to use military action against Iran if diplomacy ...
Israel accuses Iran of nuclear deception
Report: US, Israel developed Stuxnet virus
Red, Red Lines - by Colin H. Kahl, Matthew Irvine, and Melissa G. Dalton
Israel agrees to recognize non-Orthodox rabbis
By Michele Chabin JERUSALEM When Anat Hoffman learned the Israeli government had agreed to pay a state-funded salary to several non-Orthodox rabbis – something their Orthodox counterparts have been receiving for decades – she recited the “Shehechiyanu ...
Israel moves to improve religious freedom – for Jews
Insulting Reform Judaism won't bring Israel and the Diaspora closer
Masorti Rabbis To Join Israel's Rabbinate
Israel court clears deporting South Sudan migrants
By Dan Williams | JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli court upheld on Thursday the planned deportation of South Sudanese deemed to have entered Israel illegally, though government pledges of wider crackdowns on African migrants remained in question.
Israel to Deport Thousands of Ethiopians, South Sudanese
Sudanese crisis troubles Washington
Christian Science Monitor
Rumors of German-Israeli nuclear missile deal piques debate on 'special ...
Christian Science Monitor
German leaders have always made support for Israel's security a part of their foreign policy, but as the Holocaust recedes into the past, fewer Germans agree. By Michael Steininger, Correspondent / June 7, 2012 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ...
German-Israeli 'special relationship' debate sparked with rumors of nuclear ...
German magazine says Israel equipping subs with nukes
Israelis don't care much about Germany's support
Consul General of Israel Ido Aharoni discusses "The Arab Spring - One Year ...
By Stroock & Stroock & Lavan NEW YORK, June 7, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Ambassador Ido Aharoni, the Consul General of Israel, discussed the rise of political Islam in the Middle East in a talk, "The Arab Spring – One Year Later," at a forum today hosted ...
Israel bars disabled Palestinian athlete from joining teammates at pre ...
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Israel has barred a paralyzed Palestinian athlete who lives in Gaza from an Olympics celebration sponsored by the British government. Khamis Zakout says the British Consulate in Jerusalem invited him and five fellow athletes on ...
Middle East conflict
Next time, how about some nuance in illustrating Mideast conflict?
Gaza power station shuts down after Sinai militants attack fuel convoy