What about Israel's nuclear weapons?
Readers periodically ask me some variation on this question: “Why does the press follow every jot and tittle of Iran's nuclear program, but we never see any stories about Israel's nuclear weapons capability?” It's a fair question. Going back 10 years ...
Why Israel Doesn't Trust Obama
Israelis say UN report strengthens Iran warnings
Dempsey warns Israel that a unilateral strike wouldn't end Iran's nuclear program
US denies drill with Israel pared down due to lack of trust
WASHINGTON - A US-Israeli ballistic missile exercise postponed until this autumn will involve fewer US military personnel than initially planned, the Pentagon said on Friday, but it rejected a media report portraying the decision as a sign of US mistrust.
Report: US downsizes military drill with Israel
Exclusive: US Scales-Back Military Exercise with Israel, Affecting Potential ...
Report: US scales back joint military exercise with Israel
Israel's Master of Mischief
Avigdor Lieberman has a restless nature. From time to time he has to do something, anything. As Minister of Foreign Affairs he should be doing something about, well, foreign affairs. Trouble is, Israel's foreign affairs are managed by others. The most ...
Explaining Obama's Deference to Israel
Christians thrive in Israel
Abbas Asks Ahmadinejad to Help Establish 'Palestine'
White House rejects Romney barbs, touts Israel ties
The White House on Friday rejected Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's claims that US President Barack Obama had "thrown Israel under the bus." When asked about the comments made by Romney at the Republican National Convention on ...
Romney Is Over the Top on Barack Obama and Israel
Carney: U.S.-Israel relations 'strong'
Israeli officials say new UN report props up warnings on Iran's nuclear program
But given Israel's more limited military means, the U.N. report could reinforce the view there that time for it to act independently is quickly running out, as key elements of Iran's nuclear program may soon be impervious to airstrikes from Israel's ...
Trip to Israel aims to help Polish Jews continue their Jewish rediscovery
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- After Jerzy heard about frequent vandalism at an old Jewish cemetery in his home city of Gdansk, Poland, he decided to visit the graveyard. It had fallen into such disrepair that “people would go there to drink beer,” said Jerzy, who ...
Israel cannot turn its back on asylum seekers
Israel's 'new' image in the world
PostScript: A state of temporary affairs
Two Gazans injured in Israel airstrike: medics
GAZA CITY, Palestinian Territories — Two Palestinians were wounded early Saturday morning, medical sources in the Gaza Strip said, as Israel launched airstrikes at training camps in the enclave. A spokesman for Gaza's medical and emergency services ...
Rocket fired by Palestinian militants in Gaza strikes house in southern Israel ...
Rocket from Gaza hits house in Israel, no injuries
Gaza rocket hits Israeli house: police
Israel Finds Itself A Partisan Election Issue In US
Republican delegates in Tampa, Fla., were treated this week to images of Mitt Romney's recent visit to Israel. With stirring music and pictures of Jerusalem's iconic sites, the message of the Romney campaign is that the Republican candidate is a better ...
Israeli anger at India clothing shop called Hitler
A new Indian clothing store called Hitler has hurt the feelings of Jews around the world, a senior Israeli diplomat has told the BBC. Israel's consul-general in Mumbai, Orna Sagiv, said she was "really shocked" by the "insensitive" name. The store ...
Israel's imprisonment of African migrants is a mark of Cain
Israel's imprisonment of African migrants is a mark of Cain. Just as every country in the West has formulated an immigration policy that includes gradual paths to citizenship, Israel, too, must finally formulate such a policy for itself. Haaretz ...
'Detaining, deporting Sudanese citizens is legal'
Report: Israel orders Sudanese community deported