Cutback of US aid to Egypt leaves Israel nervous
“The situation in Sinai is deteriorating and is becoming of grave concern, not just for Israel, but first and foremost for Egypt, because violence in Sinai is infiltrating into mainland Egypt,” one Israel official told FoxNews.com. “It seems that ...
As Egypt's army fights its own civilians, Israel is on the verge of annexing Sinai
Israel fears negative impact from US aid freeze on Egypt
Israel will stand alone no more
“Focus on Israel,” a new television program available through WND-TV, is blazing a trail where the mainstream networks fear to tread by presenting a Christian voice for Israel in the media. “During the Holocaust, many Christians turned a blind eye to ...
Precise missiles, cyber-attacks, mass border invasions: Israel's next war
Two days after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used the platform of the 20th conference of the university's Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies to display uncompromising rigidity on all the key issues facing Israel − from the Iranian threat to ...
Fire from Syria wounds Israeli soldier on Golan Heights
Army Chief: Israel Faces War on 'Many Fronts'
IDF strikes Syrian target in response to shelling
TV Ad Puppets Electrify Israeli Gay Rights Debate
The puppets, named Sheka and Teka in Hebrew, have appeared in ads for the state-owned Israel Electric Corp. for more than a decade. Israelis have long playfully questioned whether they might be gay. But the arrival of a baby puppet in the new campaign ...
The Times of Israel
Abbas: Israel to blame for dire state of Palestinian economy
On Tuesday, the World Bank issued a report that said that the Palestinian Gross Domestic Product in the West Bank could increase by at least 35 percent, $3.4 billion annually, if Israel lifted its restrictions on Palestinian access and movement in Area C.
When music is accused of normalizing with Israel
Abbas blames Israel for Palestinian fiscal crisis
Palestinians mull appeal to UNSC over 'serious Israeli violations in Temple Mount'
Rebels with a cause: Payback, Israel and a post-Assad Syria
GAZIANTEP, Turkey – Scores of displaced refugees outside the small town of Kilis along the Syria-Turkey border discussed in late September their desire to oust President Bashar Assad, Israel's role in the unfolding conflict and a post-Assad Syria. As ...
Rabin's grandson urges Netanyahu to lead Israel to peace with Palestinians
Yonatan Ben-Artzi, whose grandfather was assassinated by a right-wing Israeli radical following a rally for peace on November 4, 1995, called on Netanyahu to use the opportunity given to him with the current peace talks to end the Israeli-Palestinian ...
Thousands rally in Israel to remember slain PM Rabin
Rally in Israel to remember Rabin
'Ezra' Religious Youths in Rabin Memorial
Israeli troops fired from air in 2010 'Mavi Marmara' raid, Turkish court told
ISTANBUL - An anti-war activist told a Turkish court on Thursday that Israeli commandos opened fire from a helicopter during a raid on a Gaza-bound aid ship three years ago, countering Israeli assertions that the soldiers had acted in self defence.
Israel's Blind Watchmen
Israeli commandos fired from air in 2010 Gaza flotilla raid – former US Marine
Marmara 'Activist' Claims: IDF Commandos Shot from Helicopter
7 Things You Might Not Know About Iranian Views of Israel
Has Iran been signaling openness to a thaw in relations with Israel? Opinions are divided, with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu dismissing Rosh Hashana greetings from Iranian leaders on social media and delivering a hardline speech against ...
New Iran Government Scraps Anti-Israeli Conference
Internal plot, not Israel, eyed in latest hit on Iranian scientist
Report: Iran nixes anti-Israel, anti-Zionism conference
The Times of Israel
Iran says it arrested three Israeli spies
Iran said it arrested three Israelis suspected of spying and attempting to recruit Iranian citizens to gather intelligence for Israel, Iranian news agency Mehr reported on Saturday. The report quotes Iranian judge Dadkhoda Salari as saying that most of ...
Iran says 'Israeli spy network' put on trial
Trial of 'Israeli Spies' Begins in Iran
News agency: Espionage suspects allegedly linked to Israel stand trial in Iran