Former official denies Israel poisoned Arafat
JERUSALEM (AP) — A former Israeli official on Wednesday denied suspicions that Israel poisoned Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat as France prepared to begin an investigation into his possible murder following a Swiss lab's claim that it found traces of ...
Israel court tells settlers to evacuate outpost by Tuesday
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's high court ruled on Wednesday that the largest unauthorized Jewish settler outpost on occupied West Bank territory must be evacuated by next Tuesday. The court rejected an appeal by the settlers to delay the evacuation of ...
Israeli colonialism in West Bank
Violence in Israel: a few 'bad weeds' or the new normal?
3 Reasons Israel Is Issuing More Visitation Permits for Palestinians
California Lawmaker Promises Fix After Israel Flap
A state lawmaker on Wednesday promised to introduce a fix to an Assembly resolution that stirred controversy a day earlier because it urged California colleges and universities to crack down on demonstrations against Israel. Assemblywoman Bonnie ...
Arabs may not press Israel resolution at IAEA meeting
VIENNA (Reuters) - Arab states may decide against targeting Israel over its assumed nuclear arsenal at the U.N. atomic agency's annual conference so as not to imperil wider efforts for a nuclear weapons-free Middle East, diplomats say. A senior ...
Israel says Arab push to criticize its nuke capabilities takes focus from real ...
Los Angeles Times
Israel judge rules Rachel Corrie responsible for her own death
Los Angeles Times
JERUSALEM — Nine years after their daughter was crushed by an Israeli military bulldozer in the Gaza Strip, the parents of American activist Rachel Corrie lost their legal bid Tuesday to hold Israel responsible for her death and force authorities to ...
Court Rules Israel Is Not at Fault in Death of American Activist
Israel judge: Rachel Corrie endangered self
Israel's Anti-Rachel Corrie Verdict
Prosor: UN Gaza report more accurate written by men on moon
Israel ambassador Ron Prosor pens letter to UN Security Council President in response to UN report stating that Gaza will not be "livable" by 2020; says Gaza rockets fall on deaf ears, blames Hamas for attacks. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, centre, ...
New York Times
Surprise Journey Ends Early for Israeli Underdog
New York Times
Kiryat Shmona is a hardened little city on Israel's border with Lebanon, a town of 23,000 that has been repeatedly subjected to violence during the decades of Arab-Israeli confrontations. But over the past year, it became known for something else — as ...
Israel to export gas, but domestic use comes first
JERUSALEM, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Israel will allow a significant amount of its newly found natural gas to be exported, but first it must keep enough reserves to satisfy its own needs for 25 years, a government panel decided on Wednesday. Ending months of ...
Republican convention video highlights Romney's Israel views
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
(JTA) -- The Republican National Convention showed a video highlighting Mitt Romney's commitment to Israel. The one-and-a-half-minute video featured footage of Romney's July visit to Israel and several excerpts from the candidate's speech in Jerusalem.
Why Israel Shifted Its Stance On Egypt's Sinai Crackdown
All of a sudden, Israel has backtracked on its official stance on the Sinai attack that killed Egyptian soldiers. In the wake of the attack, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak demanded that Egypt regain sovereignty over the parts of the Sinai that ...
Egypt's President Morsi to decline Israel visit invitation
Israel invites Morsi to counter Tehran influence
Egypt broadens Sinai campaign; Israel frets