Atlanta Journal Constitution
Israel, Iran and the Nuclear Challenge
New York Times
Re “Israel and Iran” (editorial, Aug. 14): Your lack of sensitivity to the incredibly difficult dilemmas facing Israel as Iran gets closer to its nuclear goal is shocking. No one suggests that there are easy answers to the challenge. It would have been ...
In Israel, debate rages over Netanyahu's threats to attack Iran
Is Israel's Rush to Strike Iran Based on U.S. Politics?
Israel's Peres against any solo Iran attack, trusts Obama
Kansas City Star
How Israel Accidentally Saved Egypt's Brotherhood
The militants, who probably included local tribesmen and al- Qaeda-trained outsiders, and probably got help from Palestinians inside Gaza, killed 16 Egyptian soldiers. Then they crossed into Israel, where they would presumably have attacked Kibbutz ...
Mursi and Israel
Israel must work for peace
Allentown Morning Call
Many of us — including many who are Jewish by ethnicity and/or religion — are outraged by the violence and apartheid of the Netanyahu government, but I suppose his column also will bring out those who like to label any criticism of Israel as "anti ...
Israel's Sinai spin
Another Tack: Denial of denial
Israel's trigger finger grows itchy over the nuclear threat from Iran
Operation Opera went like clockwork. It took only 80 seconds for Saddam Hussein's cherished ambition to build a nuclear weapon, over which his experts had laboured for six years, to be obliterated by Israeli strike aircraft swooping from a blazing ...
Iranian site: Israel's not afraid to punish leaders
Iran, Israel: 'Not Ready to Die in Your War'
Work with Iran to thwart Israel's plans
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
Israel team under "severe threat" in Hungary - coach
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's national football team were warned of a "severe threat" to their safety in Budapest where they played a friendly match against Hungary on Wednesday, Israel's coach said. After returning to Tel Aviv on Thursday, coach Eli ...
Israeli soccer team under 'severe threat' in Hungary, coach says
Israel team under 'severe threat' in Hungary
Preserving Israel's uncertain status quo
If someone asked me to sum up in a sentence where Israel will be a decade from now, I'd paraphrase Dickens: It will be neither the best nor worst of times. The Israelis will prosper and keep their state, but the Arabs and Iranians will never let them ...
My Story As a Pacifist in Israel
Stopping Extremist Settlers
Fatah: Israel Dragging PA To 'Slaughterhouse' Over Iran
Israel Bonds Drop as Inflation May Delay Rate Cut; Shekel Gains
Israel's benchmark bonds fell, pushing yields to a seven-week high, and the shekel rose on bets the central bank will keep interest rates steady this month after inflation and economic growth accelerated. The yield on the 5.5 percent bonds maturing in ...
Israel's Electric Company Gets ILS2 Billion in Government Guarantees
Wall Street Journal
The state-owned Israel Electric Corp. said Thursday night the government has extended it an additional two billion shekels ($497 million)in guarantees so it can continue to issue bonds and meet payments for tax and fuel. That brings the total ...
Israel govt says to aid cash-strapped power utility
Israel's Iran Itch
New York Times
Israeli newspapers are full of reports that home-front preparedness is inadequate. Only 53 percent of Israelis, they say, have gas masks. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has just appointed Avi Dichter, a former head of Shin Bet — the Israeli ...
Search continues for rockets near Eilat
Moderates fear militant Salafists in Gaza and Sinai are joining forces, creating an environment ripe for al-Qaida were it to seek a base for use against Israel or the more moderate political Islam of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood. The Salafi Jihadi ...
Sinai-area terror group claims responsibility for Eilat explosions
Israel suspects rocket fire caused explosions near Egypt border
Blasts in southern Israel: Rockets suspected in Sinai bombing (PHOTOS)