Haniyeh calls for 'big Al Aqsa intifada,' demands Israel release prisoners
Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh has called on Arabs and Muslims to prepare for the "big Al Aqsa intifada" against Israel and hailing the recent terror attacks in the West Bank. In a speech marking the two-year anniversary of the Gilad Schalit ...
Hamas Gaza chief calls for new violent uprising against Israel as peace talks ...
Israel phones Gaza in bid to tar Hamas, say Palestinians
Hamas underlines resistance against Israel
Column One: Israel and the new Munich
Speaking to the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on Wednesday, Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz explained Israel's concerns about the nuclear negotiations with Iran in Geneva. “We're worried Geneva 2013 will end up like Munich ...
It's time to put an end to Israel's 'don't ask, don't tell' nuclear policy
Israel Warns Against Partial Agreement With Iran
Is Israel serious about striking Iran?
Turkey blames Israel for report it leaked intelligence to Iran, source says
Davutoglu was speaking a day after the Washington Post reported that Turkey deliberately blew the cover of a Mossad spy ring working inside Iran in early 2012, thereby dealing a significant blow to Israeli intelligence gathering about the Islamic ...
Liberman: Let's stop deluding ourselves about Israel-Turkey relations
Report That Turkey Exposed Spies Strains Its Relations With Israel
Turkey blames Israel for campaign against spy chief
Iran accuses Israel of damaging nuclear talks
Iran's foreign minister on Friday accused Israel of trying to undermine what he described as progress in Tehran's nuclear talks with world powers. Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif posted on his Facebook page that "there is a high possibility the ...
After P5+1 talks || US, EU tell Israel: Iran willing to limit uranium enrichment
Nuclear weapons are Israel's 'worst-kept secret,' says Israeli historian
Steinitz to US: Don't ease financial pressure on Tehran
Socialist MEPs from Belgium hold anti-Israel event over Beduin policy
BERLIN – The Socialists and Democrats Group in the European Parliament on Thursday prevented an Israeli official from participating in panel discussion on the Israeli Beduin community, which degenerated into a anti-Israel hate festival, Israeli ...
The Star Online
Pope to visit Israel in 2014, Vatican says
ROME – Pope Francis plans to visit Israel as soon as next year, the Vatican said, in what could be a landmark visit for a pontiff who has already won plaudits from the Jewish community for his strong condemnation of anti-Semitism. On Thursday, the pope ...
Francis to visit Israel, Palestinian territories
Pope Francis Visit To Israel And Palestine In The Works
For the Pope, Israel Does Not Really Exist
The Times of Israel
Israel becomes major hub in cocaine trade
On a wall of a Israel Police classified intelligence unit hangs a map of the world. The countries of Central and South America are highlighted in red, the countries of western Africa are highlighted in green and arrows drawn the length and width of the ...
As cocaine's popularity rises, Israel's significance in global drug trade grows
Michael Freund: Our goal is to bring all Bnei Menashe to Israel
The Bnei Menashe, Shavei Israel believes, are “descendants of the tribe of Manasseh, one of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel who were exiled by the Assyrian empire more than 2,700 years ago.” While the Chief Rabbinate does not consider the Bnei Menashe to ...
'Lost' Indian Jews come to Israel despite skepticism over ties to faith
The Atlantic Wire
Report: Summers turned down job as Bank of Israel head
The Hill (blog)
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, who was in the running to succeed Ben Bernanke as chairman of the Federal Reserve, reportedly turned down an offer to lead the Bank of Israel. Israel's Channel 2 reported on Friday that the former Harvard ...
Larry Summers Snubbed Netanyahu's Offer to Run Israel's Banks
Decision expected Sunday || Netanyahu backtracks, considers female candidate ...
Lawrence Summers Rejects Offer to Lead Israel's Central Bank
The Times of Israel
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 ...
Israeli bird researcher derides spy bird 'nonsense'
Gay candidate blazes new trail in Israel mayoral race
Why Do Birds Keep Getting Arrested as Israeli Spies?