Christian Science Monitor
Israel talks air strikes, Iran doubles number of nuclear centrifuges (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
In the weeks and months when Israeli politicians increased their talk of air strikes on Iran's nuclear sites, the Islamic Republic was rapidly increasing the enrichment capacity of its Fordow site, buried deep underground to withstand any such hit. The ...
Arabs may not press Israel resolution at IAEA meeting
Israel calls Iran the greatest nuclear threat
IAEA: Iran doubles underground nuclear capacity
UN chief denounces Iran to its face over calls to destroy Israel
Damaged cars that three Iranian scientists - Masoud Ali Mohammadi, right, Majid Shahriari, center, and Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan -- were riding in when they were killed in bombings over the last three years are displayed Sunday outside a conference hall ...
UN chief, in Iran, defends Israel's right to exist
Ban, in Iran, slams Holocaust denial, hostility to Israel
UN's Ban Rejects 'Racist' Attacks on Israel in Tehran Speech
California State Assembly Seeks to Stifle Debate on Israel
The California State Assembly has just passed a bipartisan resolution (HR 35) by voice vote which constitutes a serious attack on academic freedom and the rights of students and faculty to raise awareness about human rights abuses by U.S.-backed ...
California lawmaker promises fix after Israel flap
Israel and Iran?s Contest in Incompetence
The Israeli-Iranian rivalry is a highly competitive contest in incompetence. Most wounds are self-inflicted; most goals are own-goals. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reminded us of this again this week with his campaign to prevent the UN ...
Israel: Shas party wary of war with Iran
Bibi is also dependent on a Baba
PM to 'speak the truth' on Iran in UN speech
Ma'an News Agency
Attacks on Arabs in Israel prompt soul-searching
Jerusalem city councilor Laura Wharton, who grew up in the United States but has lived in Israel for many years, wrote in her blog that "apart from sorrow I can only express my shame that such a thing could happen in my country." I have one question ...
Is There a Way Beyond Israeli Madness?
Analysis: Is Israel's permit policy political, or economic?
Israeli expansionism versus imaginary Palestinian “diplomatic terrorism”
Tech Companies Lead Monthly Slump on Slowdown: Israel Overnight
The Bloomberg Israel-US Equity Index (ISRA25BN) of the most traded Israeli companies in the U.S. slumped 0.8 percent to 83.35 yesterday, extending its decline this month to 1.6 percent. Nice Systems, a maker of analytical telecommunications software, ...
Bring Israel into NATO
A nuclear Iran is virtually a fait accompli. A military strike by Israel, the United States or both may delay but will not prevent the Islamic Republic from eventually acquiring such capability. Decision-makers ought to consider devising a new security ...
Israel's Danny Danon says Irelands Freedom Flotilla was funded by terrorists
Letter: U.S. must back Israel versus Iran
Dempsey: I don't want to be complicit in Israeli strike
Ampal-American Israel Files for Chapter 11
Wall Street Journal
Ampal-American Israel Corp., which invests in Israeli energy companies and other businesses, filed for bankruptcy protection Wednesday after turmoil in Egypt hampered the company's revenue stream, forcing Ampal to skip payments on some of its $298 ...
Israel's Ampal seeks Chapter 11 over Egypt gas loss: media
Israel's Ampal files for Chapter 11: Egypt gas halt caused losses
Israel's Ampal seeks Chapter 11 over Egypt gas loss
As Cairo, Jerusalem Reach Out, 'Israel' Still a Bad Word in Egypt
The peace treaty signed between Egypt and Israel in 1979 led to the establishment of diplomatic and commercial relations between the two countries. However, it received considerable criticism on popular, intellectual and political levels in Egypt.
Mitt Romney addresses RNC convention in Tampa, Florida (Haaretz)
Israel expects Egypt army out of Sinai after operation
Israel asks Egypt to coordinate on army in Sinai
Israel Unemployment Rate Plummets in July as Economy Expands
Israel's jobless rate plummeted in July to its lowest this year as the economy expanded. The monthly unemployment rate declined to a seasonally adjusted 6.5 percent from a revised 7.1 percent the previous month, the Jerusalem-based Central Bureau of ...