New York Times
Israel Asks Egypt to Remove Tanks From Sinai
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Israel is “troubled” by the entry of Egyptian tanks into the northern Sinai Peninsula without coordination with Israel, a violation of the terms of the 33-year-old peace treaty between the two countries, and has asked Egypt to withdraw ...
Israel says Egypt violating peace treaty in Sinai
Israel leader Benjamin Netanyahu denounces beating of Arab teen
Los Angeles Times
"In the state of Israel, we are not prepared to tolerate racism," Netanyahu said Tuesday. "This is not our way.... We will quickly bring to justice those responsible for this reprehensible incident." Israeli police have arrested seven teenagers in the ...
Not Israel-lovers, just Arab-haters
Jerusalem is an international city, not Israel's possession
Attack On Arab Youth Seen As 'Wake-up Call'
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
Iran unveils upgraded missile as Israel turns to talk of attack plan
Iran's president unveiled an upgraded version of one of its short-range surface-to-surface ballistic missiles Tuesday, amid a report that a top Israeli national security adviser met with a prominent rabbi hoping to persuade him in favor of an attack on ...
Israel protests to UN over Iranian rhetoric
Rabbi condemns Ahmadinejad's Israel 'cancer' remark
Israel ready to respond as Iran unveils new missile
Israel's Posturing: Behind Netanyahu and Barak's Threats to Attack Iran
Successive Israeli governments have consistently inhibited in the past any public discussion about Iran's nuclear program and what Israel might do to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. In recent weeks however, Prime Minister Netanyahu and ...
Top Israeli Official Talks Iran With Senior Rabbi
Goldberg: Obama Israel visit could stall Iran attack
'Cooling Off Israel' and Riling Up Americans
Israeli archaeologist digs into Nazi death camp
KIRYAT MALACHI, Israel -- When Israeli archaeologist Yoram Haimi decided to investigate his family's unknown Holocaust history, he turned to the skill he knew best: He began to dig. After learning that two of his uncles were murdered in the infamous ...
skinny-dipping could cost GOP seats
Schweikert, was also on the trip to Israel but went back to his hotel room with his wife after the infamous dinner where the wine flowed freely. In interviews with Arizona media, he called the behavior of Quayle and others disappointing but not surprising.
Rep. Quayle saw 'no inappropriate behavior' on Israel trip
Long travels to Israel, but does not go swimming in the Sea of Galilee
House Member Is Rebuked After Nude Swim in Israel
Israeli chief rabbi visits Berlin on circumcision issue
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
BERLIN (JTA) – Israel's chief Ashkenazi rabbi said in Berlin that medical training for mohels, or ritual circumcisers, could resolve concerns in Germany regarding circumcision of male children. In meetings Tuesday with government officials and Berlin's ...
For first time, Israeli rabbi sued in Germany for carrying out circumcision
Israel chief rabbi in German circumcision talks
Skinny-Dipping in Israel Casts Unwanted Spotlight on Congressional Travel
New York Times
For eight expense-paid days, House Republicans visited Israel's holiest sites, talked foreign policy with its highest officials and dined at its most famous restaurants, including Decks, known for its grilled beef, stunning views of the Sea of Galilee ...
Hutchison Whampoa No 'Magician' to Partner CFO: Israel Overnight
(PTNR), Israel's second largest mobile-phone provider, is “doing all the right things” and can regain market share even after Hong Kong-based Hutchison Whampoa Ltd. (13) abandoned plans to become a stakeholder, Chief Financial Officer Ziv Leitman said.
Livni: Israel must not play role in US politics
In an opinion piece published by Newsweek's Daily Beast, Livni touches on the role Israel plays in the US's political discourse. "This past week as I visited the United States, it was impossible to miss the degree to which Israel has become an issue ...
Keep Israel Out of It!