Globe and Mail
Rogge again rules out minute silence for Israelis
The International Olympic Committee has come under pressure from politicians in the United States, Israel and Germany to pay tribute to the slain Israelis during Friday's ceremony. Rogge said the IOC will honor them at a reception in London during the ...
IOC rejects public commemoration of 1972 Munich killing
No minute's silence for Israel: Rogge
Still refusing moment of silence, Olympic head says memorial will be held in ...
San Francisco Chronicle
Israel blames Iran for Bulgarian bus bombing
Foreign Policy (blog)
A bus bombing on Wednesday that killed up to six Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian bus driver was likely carried out by a suicide attacker with fake U.S. documents, according to Bulgaria's interior minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov. Dozens of people were ...
Mourners in Israel inter bombing victims
A War Israel is Just Begging for an Excuse to Start
Bulgaria dismisses claim of responsibility
Romney makes key foreign trip, to visit with leaders from England, Israel and ...
The centerpiece of the trip is a politically delicate visit to Israel, where Romney is scheduled to meet with top leaders who are closing in on a critical decision about whether to launch a military strike on Iran that is opposed by the Obama ...
To win in US, Romney heads to Europe, Israel
In Israel, Romney to provide contrast with Obama
Mitt Coming to Israel, Banking on Obama's Cool Ties with Netanyahu
Israel's Embattled Democracy
New York Times
Mr. Netanyahu and his hard-line Likud Party, supported by smaller right-wing parties, has had a majority in Parliament since 2009. But when Shaul Mofaz and his centrist Kadima Party joined the government in May, the merger created a much broader ...
Israel's political absurdity
MTA Violated Rights of Group, Judge Says
New York Times
A federal judge in Manhattan ruled on Friday that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority violated the First Amendment rights of a pro-Israel group when it rejected an advertisement the group wanted to place on city buses on grounds that they ...
US judge: Pro-Israel group can call jihadists 'savages' in bus ad
8 Judge says MTA refusal to run bus ad calling Israel foes 'savages' violates ...
New York bus system can't bar pro-Israel, 'defeat Jihad' ads
Israel accused of mistreating Palestinian children
“According to testimony received, Israel uses solitary confinement against 12 per cent of Palestinian child detainees,” Ambassador Palitha T.B. Kohona of Sri Lanka said in a news release emailed to journalists. “This is especially troubling when one ...
Israel Urged to Treat Palestinian Child Detainees in Accordance with Rights ...
UN experts slam Israel's solitary confinement against Palestinian children
Israel Walls Itself In
New York Times
Tension rising between Israel, Hezbollah
Tensions have been rising over the past few days between Israel and Hezbollah following Israel's claim that the Shiite group was behind last week's suicide bombing in Bulgaria that killed five Israelis and a Bulgarian. It is also feared that the ...
Amnesty Int'l: Israel must protect Syrian refugees
Israel Is Forced to Rethink Its Regional Strategies
Barak: Israel ready to seize Syria weapons
European Jewish Press
Israel needs peaceful talks
The Spokesman Review
Israel is the United States' strongest ally in the Middle East. It is a democracy where all of its citizens; Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Baha'i, Druze, male and female, white and black, have the same rights under the law. Israel wants peace. With the ...
Mideast in Chaos: Israel Needs to Pursue a Peace Deal Now
Israel's wall of isolation spells disaster: Analysts
Would Rice as VP choice undercut GOP's Israel argument?
American Jews suit up for Team Israel in baseball
Los Angeles Times
PETAH TIQWA, Israel -- The finest baseball field in Israel is here, with a tree beyond center field whose branches and leaves lean over the outfield wall, with rickety wooden bleachers atop a mix of dirt, pebbles and weeds. The field is part of a ...
Israel: May act to stop Syria arms reaching Hezbollah
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel said on Friday it would consider military action if needed to ensure Syrian missiles or chemical weapons did not reach President Bashar al-Assad's allies in Lebanon, the Shi'ite Islamist movement Hezbollah. "I have ...
Israel may seize advanced weapons in Syria: Barak
Israel may act to stop Syria arms reaching Hezbollah
Ex-Mossad head: Israel may help Syrian refugees