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How the Iran nuclear talks affect Israel's confidence in the U.S. as mediator
To assess how the Iran nuclear negotiations are affecting the relationship between Israel and the U.S. and the American role in mediating Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, Jeffrey Brown talks to Robert Satloff of the Washington Institute for Near East ...
Society cannot write off Israel, Palestine
Obama national security aide chides Israel over settlements
Attack on Israeli Worsens Tensions With Palestinians
Foreign Policy (blog)
Israel and White House Locked in an Info War Over Iran
Foreign Policy (blog)
According to multiple Congressional aides, Israeli ambassador to the U.S. Ron Dermer and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee are storming Capitol Hill in an effort to discredit the Obama administration's interim nuclear deal with Iran. The ...
Israel's Peres warns against feud with US over Iran
Over the top Iran reactions raise concern: Is Israel on the verge of a nervous ...
Netanyahu urges France not to weaken on Iran talks
Report: Simon Cowell plans to embrace Jewish faith, visit Israel
Music mogul Simon Cowell plans to embrace the Jewish faith of his girlfriend Lauren Silverman, who is pregnant with their first child, as well as make a secret trip to Israel, British tabloid The Mirror reported on Thursday, quoting sources close to ...
Israel inspired: An open letter to Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
In these 22 years, I don't recall Israel ever being so divided. Unfortunately, the primary source of the chasm in the Jewish state today is rooted in the Jewish religion. From the haredi-dominated Chief Rabbinate chasing one out of every three Jews to ...
Hezbollah threat wanes, but rising new players in Lebanon present Israel with ...
A feeling of mutual deterrence between Israel and Hezbollah appears to be taking root, and is helping to restrain both sides, besides which the Shi'ite organization is deeply involved in the civil war in Syria. At the same time, that protracted ...
First baby born in IDF field hospital in Philippines, named Israel
Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon spoke with his Filipino counterpart, Voltaire Gazmin, on Friday, saying that it was Israel's "moral obligation" to help the Philippines in the wake of the typhoon, which killed thousands of people earlier this week and ...
Amid devastation of Philippines typhoon, baby born in Israeli field hospital
First Baby 'Israel' Born at IDF Field Hospital
Typhoon Haiyan Gives Birth to 'Israel' in IDF Hospital in Philippines [PHOTOS ...
Israel and Saudi Arabia, a suspicious relationship
Israel and Saudi Arabia, a suspicious relationship. Israel and Saudi Arabia's shared concerns over Iran won't be enough to develop pragmatic ties without Israel defusing the biggest obstacle between them: the Palestinian issue. By Tom Phillips | Nov.
Comment: Did Israel really poison Yasser Arafat?
After Israel caught the Victoria weapons ship sent by Arafat to Gaza, Mofaz said at a meeting of Likud activists in Mevaseret Zion that "Arafat will be removed from the stage of history very soon." In April 2004, when he was asked if Israel should ...
BBC Pushes Conspiracy Theory on Arafat's Death
Efforts for Israeli-Palestinian talks complicated by tensions
Attempts to restart peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians have hit a roadblock. Secretary of State John Kerry has attempted to encourage the two sides to not give up the effort, but the United States' role in Iran nuclear negotiations has ...
UN interpreter's candid outrage: 9 anti-Israel resolutions are 'a bit much'
Israel has long claimed that it is being discriminated against at the United Nations, lamenting that the global body obsessively deals with Israeli matters while neglecting human rights violations in the Arab world, the civil war in Syria and the ...
Caught on Tape, a UN Interpreter Wonders Aloud at its Israel Bashing
A rare moment of truth at the UN, caught on microphone
Hot mic catches UN interpreter saying anti-Israel votes are 'a bit much'