New York Times
Dogged by dissent, Israel frees 26 Palestinian prisoners
OFER PRISON, West Bank (Reuters) - Israel freed 26 Palestinian prisoners on Wednesday, the second stage of a limited amnesty designed to help U.S.-sponsored peace talks that have been dogged by divisions on both sides. The inmates, convicted of ...
Israel releases 26 Palestinian prisoners
Israel's stance in talks the harshest: PLO
Israel Shoots Down Rocket Fired From Gaza
Defiant Israel returns to UN rights forum
GENEVA (Reuters) - Israel appeared before the main United Nations human rights body on Tuesday, ending a 20-month boycott of the Geneva forum which it accuses of bias against the Jewish state. Eviatar Manor, Israel's ambassador in Geneva, led its ...
Israel defends treatment of Palestinians
Israel to UNHRC: "Israel's Unfair Treatment Must Come to an End"
Israel agrees to UN human rights review
Righteous indignation over US spying seen as naive in Israel
HAIFA, Israel – With every passing day bringing new allegations of the U.S. spying on its allies, many Israelis figure they would be naive to believe America wasn't snooping on its closest ally in the Middle East. But instead of the indignation seen in ...
Israel: 'It's almost a given' U.S. spies on everybody
NSA eavesdropping on allies: Is Israel also being spied on or in on the spying?
AP Exclusive: Israeli tunnel hit by cyber attack
HADERA, Israel (AP) — When Israel's military chief delivered a high-profile speech this month outlining the greatest threats his country might face in the future, he listed computer sabotage as a top concern, warning a sophisticated cyberattack could ...
New York Times (blog)
Prisoner Release Stirs Anger in Israeli Coalition
New York Times (blog)
Published: October 28, 2013. JERUSALEM — The fractured politics of Israel's governing coalition were spotlighted on Monday ahead of a second release of Palestinian prisoners that was agreed to as part of peace talks brokered by the United States.
Israel shoots down rockets fired from Gaza: military
JERUSALEM, Israel -- Palestinians in the Gaza Strip fired two rockets at a southern Israeli coastal city on Monday and Israel's Iron Dome interceptor shot down one while the other fell into the sea, a military spokeswoman said. Within hours, Israel's ...
Centrist Party in Israel Introduces Civil Union Measure
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Israel's centrist Yesh Atid Party introduced civil union legislation on Tuesday that would give same-sex couples access to the rights of marriage and free heterosexual ones from the religious strictures imposed on marriage. World Twitter Logo.
Israel: Civil union legislation introduced to extend marriage rights to same ...
The Atlantic Wire
Israel beset by flurry of reported cyber attacks
Los Angeles Times
Israel too is awash with cyber concerns with a flurry of recent reports underscoring the challenges posed by cyber warfare in areas including national security, industrial secrets and private finances. In the small-scale department, hackers have ...
Hackers Shut Down a Tunnel Road in Israel
Israel Suspects China in Failed Cyberattack Vs. Defense Industry
Israel reportedly thwarts cyber attack from China
Arab employment key to growth, says new Bank of Israel governor
Israel's new central bank governor, Karnit Flug, addressed the issues of discrimination against Israeli Arabs in the labor market and the productivity gap between Israel and other developed countries during her first public appearance as governor on ...
Flug: Israel must deal with discrimination against Arabs or suffer economic ...
Israel Ctrl Bk Chief: Govt Must Help More Arab Women, Ultra-Orthodox Jews ...
Israel Holds Rate in First Decision Since Flug Nomination
New York Times Columnist Tried to Block Publication of Book in Israel
Washington Free Beacon
Influential Egyptian author Alaa al-Aswany sparked controversy in literary circles in 2010 when he tried to block the Israel Palestine Center for Research and Information from publishing a Hebrew translation of his novel The Yacoubian Building.