Israel Warns Against Easing Sanctions on Iran
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Israel urged the world powers on Monday not to ease sanctions against Iran as talks on the nuclear dispute were about to resume, arguing that now of all times was the time to keep up the pressure.
On eve of nuclear talks, Israel's Netanyahu says world must keep firm pressure ...
Israel: Easing up on Iran 'historic mistake'
Reconsidering Israel's nuclear posture
New York Times
Israel blocks construction materials from Gaza after 'terror tunnel' discovery
The discovery of a secret tunnel from the Gaza Strip into Israel has prompted the Israeli government to order an immediate halt of all construction materials to Gaza. The Israeli military found the mile-long underground passage running between a home ...
Tunnel Found From Gaza Into Israel, Military Says
Concrete tunnel to Israel made despite materials ban
Israel Found an Underground Tunnel Over a Mile Long on the Gaza Border
The Rise and Fall of Israel's Settlement Movement
Moments after Hanan Porat and his fellow Israeli paratroopers had crossed the Suez Canal as spearheads of a furious Israeli counterattack in the 1973 Yom Kippur War, he was severely wounded in an Egyptian mortar bombardment. The Egyptians and ...
Israel's Future As A Gas Exporter To Become Clearer Next Week
It's taken almost a year for a decision on how best to develop the Leviathan gas deposit off the coast of Israel but by this time next week an overdue legal finding should determine the future of one of the world's most strategically located, and ...
Facebook Buys Israeli Maker of Data Compression Software for Mobile Web Effort
New York Times (blog)
The purchase of Onavo, which has about 40 employees, gives Facebook, the world's biggest social networking company, its first office in Israel. Most of Facebook's employees work at its headquarters in Menlo Park, California, and historically, the ...
Facebook splashes out over $100 million to buy Israeli start-up Onavo
Israeli startup Onavo will be Facebook's first R&D center in Israel
Facebook heads to Israel with Onavo buy, gets a leg up on mobile data ...
Israel Finds Tunnel Dug Under Gaza-Israel Border
The Israeli military said Sunday it discovered a concrete-lined tunnel dug from the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip into Israel, alleging militants planned to use it to attack or kidnap Israelis. In response, the military froze the transfer of all ...
Classical Review: Israel Sinfonietta
Justus Franz – pianist, conductor, Schleswig-Holstein Festival founder, organizer, educator and new music director of Israel Sinfonietta – opened the Negev orchestra's 2013-2014 season with a program of two 19th century German masterpieces. He led both ...
Shekel Beating Dollar Means No Win for Israel Governor
When Stanley Fischer took over as Bank of Israel governor eight years ago, exports were growing and home prices were stable. Whoever is chosen as his permanent successor faces a tougher start. Paring interest rates to cool the shekel's 8.2 percent ...
Gag order lifted || IDF soldiers uncover and destroy Gaza tunnel leading into ...
The Israel Defense Forces has discovered a tunnel running across the border with the Gaza Strip which security forces believe Palestinian militants were planning to use to enter Israel and attack soldiers or civilians. IDF soldiers discovered the ...
Israel's discriminatory laws are embedding racial inequality
The Hill (blog)
As the United States facilitates ongoing negotiations between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), it will likely overlook the distressing events that are unfolding in Israel's parliament. On October 14, 2013, the Israeli Knesset ...
Israel-Palestine: Two States or One Holy Land?
StandWithUs campaign counters anti-Israel ads on Vancouver buses
Melanie Ward: Israel's settlements devastate peace