Globe and Mail
Split with Iran stokes diaspora's fear, Israel's praise
Globe and Mail
In Jerusalem, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Canada's decision, announced last Friday, to recall its diplomats from Tehran and expel Iranian diplomats from Ottawa. “I call on the entire international community, or at least on its ...
Israel's PM praises Canada for cutting diplomatic ties with Iran
Israel praises Canada, calls on world to cut ties with Iran (VIDEO)
Israel welcomes Ottawa's decision to cut Iran ties
Analysis: Can Israel surprise Iran? Maybe not, but could still strike
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cancellation of a security cabinet session on Iran following a media leak last week laid bare a conundrum long troubling Israeli strategists: could they count on any element of surprise in a war ...
US 'Not Setting Deadlines' for Iran: Clinton
A Rebuke to the American-Israeli Economic War on Iran
Israel and the US: Lost in translation
Egypt, Israel coordinating on Sinai security sweep: army
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt and Israel are coordinating on Cairo's biggest security sweep in decades against militants in Sinai, in which 32 people have been killed, an army spokesman said on Saturday, the first clear statement on communication between the ...
Egypt, Israel coordinating on Sinai security sweep-army
Egypt says Sinai operation coordinated with Israel, doesn't violate peace treaty
Israel's Maariv newspaper changes hands, its future remains uncertain
Israel's Maariv newspaper changes hands, its future remains uncertain. As the Israeli press struggles for survival, it may be the Diaspora that rides in to the rescue as more foreign and foreign-born Jewish tycoons acquire media holdings. By Anshel ...
Israel's financially troubled Maariv newspaper sold to publisher of hardline ...
Israel's Maariv daily sold to hawkish publisher
Palestinians seek to amend economic accord with Israel
RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - The cash-strapped Palestinian Authority said on Sunday it has asked Israel to consider overhauling a key economic agreement that has determined its customs and tax rates for the past 18 years, in the wake of street ...
PA asks Israel to review Oslo economic accord
Why Hasn't There Been Another Palestinian Intifada?
Palestinians ask Israel to amend economic agreement
The Daily Star
Egypt's Morsi Pledges To Respect Pact With Israel
CAIRO — Egypt's Islamist leader vowed to carry out tough structural reforms to overhaul his country's ailing economy and create a better environment for business and investment, participants in a meeting between corporate executives and the president ...
Mursi pledges to respect pact with Israel
In gesture, Israel's Cabinet backs West Bank university in Ariel
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Israel's Cabinet in a symbolic move approved changing the status of the Ariel University Center in the West Bank into a full-fledged university. The non-binding move sponsored by Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar was made Sunday at ...
Israel's West Bank university upgrade escalates row
Israeli cabinet backs first West Bank university
Israeli cabinet set to vote on status of Ariel college
As tension between Hamas, Gaza groups persist, Israeli towns are feeling the heat
As tension between Hamas, Gaza groups persist, Israeli towns are feeling the heat. Since Israel has taken a clear reading of Gaza's internal turmoil, it seems likely to refrain from an all-out escalation along the border. By Amos Harel and Avi ...
Rocket from Gaza slams homes in southern Israel
IAF strikes Gaza targets in retaliation to rockets
Four Israeli raids on Gaza
Israel's ILD Energy 'still optimistic' after dry well
Failure to find gas at Myra could impact sector. * Drilling moves to second field, total cost $200 mln. By Ari Rabinovitch. JERUSALEM, Sept 9 (Reuters) - Israel Land Development (ILD) Energy remains optimistic for gas discoveries after it disappointed ...