Israel-US relations frayed over Middle East threats
JERUSALEM – A draft deal with Iran on its nuclear program that Israel asserted would imperil its very existence is the latest sign that Israel and longtime ally the United States are as far apart as ever on how to deal with growing threats in the ...
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Israel Has Reached Childhood's End -- It's Time to End U.S. Aid to Israel
"I believe that we can now say that Israel has reached childhood's end, that it has matured enough to begin approaching a state of self-reliance ... We are going to achieve economic independence [from the United States]." Israeli Prime Minister ...
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Israeli leaders voice objections to Iran's possible nuclear deal
Israeli officials registered fierce opposition to an emerging international nuclear deal with Iran on Friday, making clear that the Obama administration faced the uncomfortable prospect of reaching an agreement with one of America's firmest enemies ...
Israel-US Relations Deteriorate Over Iran, Palestinian Peace Process
JERUSALEM -- JERUSALEM (AP) — A pair of testy public exchanges this week appear to have undone whatever good will was created between the Israeli and U.S. governments during a high-profile visit by President Barack Obama early this year. Tensions ...
Israel 'utterly rejects' potential Iran nuclear deal
GENEVA - Israel rejected out of hand on Friday a mooted deal between world powers and Iran, just as Secretary of State John Kerry prepared to join nuclear talks that aim to nail down an interim agreement on the decade-old standoff. Western diplomats ...
Israel boosts attack on Iran nuclear deal after 'productive' Geneva talks
“I told them that according to the information reaching Israel, the deal that appears to be in the offing is bad and dangerous,” Netanyahu said. “Not just for us but also for them. I suggested that they wait and give it serious consideration, and it's ...
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UN sends mock assistance flights to Israel in earthquake drill
The drill was planned out by the Home Front Defense Ministry, and is intended as a summation of year-long preparations in Israel and abroad for the arrival of international aid and its distribution in the event of a natural disaster. On October 20 ...
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US, Israel lose UNESCO voting rights in dispute
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Under UNESCO rules, the U.S. and Israel had until Friday morning to resume funding or explain themselves, or to automatically lose their vote. A UNESCO official, who was not authorized to speak publicly about the issue, said nothing was received from ...
US and Israel lose UNESCO voting rights
US, Israel lose voting rights at UNESCO over Palestinian row
US and Israel Lose Voting Rights in UNESCO
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks in Israel to promote compatibility of science and religion
The purpose of translating his book into Hebrew, he says, was to provide a voice to the Israeli public that makes the argument that science and religion are not mutually exclusive, something which Sacks believes has been missing from the debate in the ...