Iran's Jewish community reflects a complicated relationship with Israel
TEHRAN — In his address this week to the United Nations General Assembly , Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Iran threatens his country's existence, accused the Islamic Republic of institutionalized anti-Semitism and called its new ...
For Israel, Attack on Iran Seems off the Table
Israel hits back over threat of Iran-US rapprochement
Rouhani: Iran-US relationship angers Israel
Voice of America
State Department: US government shutdown could threaten military aid to Israel
The US federal government shutdown could have direct repercussions on the transfer of US aid to Israel, US State Department deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf told The Jerusalem Post Wednesday. "The impact of the shutdown could threaten our ability to ...
US Government Shutdown Will Delay Military Funding for Israel
US Government Shutdown Could Delay Foreign Military Aid To Israel, Other ...
State Dept: No US aid to Israel until budget deal is reached
Israel's Major Export: TV Know-How
“Israel is lacking natural resources. We don't have any gas or oil, and we hardly have any land — it's a small country,” says Shtruzman. “So what we sell is brains. The same way we sell technology, whether it's software or hardware, we're also selling ...
Keshet Tackles Taboo Topics in Israel
One of the most beloved comedies on Israeli television today concerns a hapless Arab journalist balancing family, work and an unquenchable desire to blend in with his Jewish peers. SEE MORE: From the October 01, 2013 issue of Variety. “Arab Labor ...
Israel's Netanyahu warns Obama not to be fooled by Iran's overtures
Obama said Friday that he had directed Secretary of State John F. Kerry to engage in negotiations over Iran's uranium-enrichment program, which the United States, Israel and other nations think is a cover to develop nuclear weapons. Iranian officials ...
Amid Nuclear Issue, Israel Said to Arrest Iranian Spy
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Israel announced Sunday that it had recently arrested an Iranian spy who had photographed the United States Embassy building in Tel Aviv, among other things, in what appeared to be a serendipitous catch as Israel scrambled to ward off ...
EU envoy 'confident' it can reach agreement with Israel on settlement guidelines
Andreas Reinicke, the EU's Middle East envoy, told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday that he was “confident” Israel and the EU would come to an agreement regarding the EU's settlement guidelines that would enable Israel's participation in the lucrative ...
While Netanyahu is away, Israel simmers
Obama is Sacrificing Israel on an Iranian Deal Altar
Discrimination against Israeli Arabs still rampant, 10 years on
Questioning Israel's nuclear ambiguity policy
Israel's decades-long policy of deliberate ambiguity about its weapons of mass destruction (WMD) programme is being challenged more than ever before, by the international community and by voices within the Israeli society. While Israeli Prime Minister ...
In Brooklyn and Jerusalem, worry about Israel's future
BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Yosi Azan was one of several Jewish men gathered at a kosher market on Coney Island Avenue who was worried about the future of Israel. "I'd like to have peace, but I'm worried," said Azan. "I'm really scared about the future of the ...
White House: Israel's skepticism about Iran is 'entirely justifiable'
Carney said the United States shares Israel's concerns, and empathized that the US and Israel share the same goal and the same policy - that Iran cannot be allowed to have nuclear weapons. Having said that, Carney, who was unable to watch Netanyahu's ...