Palestinian rams digger into Israel army base, shot dead: military
... 2013 2:27pm EDT. JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli troops shot and killed a Palestinian after he rammed a mechanical digger through the gate of an army base in the occupied West Bank near Jerusalem on Thursday, an Israeli military spokeswoman said.
Palestinian killed after ramming Israel base
Israel's settlement building up sharply in 2013, report says
Israel: Palestinian Is Killed at Army Base
New York Times
Report That Turkey Exposed Spies Strains Its Relations With Israel
New York Times
By ISABEL KERSHNER. Published: October 17, 2013. JERUSALEM — Persistently strained relations between Israel and Turkey have not been helped by a report that last year Turkey revealed to Iran the identities of up to 10 Iranians who had spied for Israel.
Analysis: Turkey's unprecedented act of betrayal against Israel
Turkey revealed Israeli spy ring to Iran-report
Turkey blows Israel's cover for Iranian spy ring
Slate Magazine (blog)
Leshem: Capture of Israeli 'spy' birds harming wildlife preservation
“We are trying so hard to keep our wildlife and putting so much money [into it] and we are losing the battle,” Leshem told The Jerusalem Post on Thursday, stressing the strides Israel has taken to reduce bird electrocution and poisoning, as well as ...
Gay candidate blazes new trail in Israel mayoral race
Endangered Israeli eagle falls prey to Hezbollah
Hezbollah TV: 'Israeli Spy Eagle' Caught in Lebanon
Report: Turkey blows cover of Israeli spy network in Iran
Turkey disclosed to Iranian intelligence the identity of up to ten Iranians who were allegedly spying on Tehran for Israel, journalist David Ignatius wrote in a column published in The Washington Post on Thursday. According to Ignatius, Ankara's ...
Al Jazeera America
Jewish Americans see generational split on Israel-Palestine
Al Jazeera America
He was 19 and serving in the Israel Defense Forces when his unit invaded the home of a Palestinian family in the dead of night. They were there to perform a “straw widow,” a raid during which soldiers forcibly seize control of a Palestinian civilian home.
Israel leader's uncompromising stance hits more setbacks
Israel: Jewish Birth Rate Continues to Rise
At United Synagogue centennial, tough talk about need for change
As Iran and the West Make Progress in Geneva, Israel Grumbles From the ...
Netanyahu framed his remarks as a lesson of the October War of 1973, when Israel was taken by surprise by Egypt and Syria, and for a time lost territories it had taken six years earlier — by striking first, in the Six-Day War. But Israeli reports said ...
Israel Warns Against Partial Agreement With Iran
It's Time to Put an End to Israel's 'Don't Ask-Don't Tell' Nuclear Policy
Is Israel serious about striking Iran?
The Times of Israel
Palestinian Authority: We won't allow Israeli security presence in W. Bank
The Palestinian Authority on Thursday rejected any Israeli plans to retain territory or even maintain a security presence on any portion of the West Bank or east Jerusalem after the establishment of an independent Palestinian state. Peace with Israel ...
PA rejects Israeli 'leasing' proposal for Jordan Valley
EU and Israel Trying to Get Around Sanctions
The Israel Hater's Handbook, Continued...
The Nation. (blog)
Here, unfortunately (and foolishly in my view) behind a paywall for now, is my Nation column, The “I Hate Israel Handbook.” A few words of explanation and clarification if I may: When I was asked to do my column about Max Blumenthal's book, Goliath, I ...
Israel and the erosion of democracy: an Australian story
A few months ago I signed my name as co-defendant to a possible legal action threatened by an Israeli law firm, Shurat HaDin, targeting two Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPACS) academics - Professors Jake Lynch and Stuart Rees for publically ...