Death of musical icon brings Israel to standstill
JERUSALEM (AP) — The sudden death of legendary Israeli singer-songwriter Arik Einstein brought the country to a virtual standstill Wednesday, with radio and TV stations airing nonstop retrospectives and throngs flocking to his grave to pay tribute to ...
Arik Einstein, 74: The voice of the good old Israel we still dream of
Mourners bid farewell to iconic singer Arik Einstein
'Israel, US to stage large-scale military drill when Iran nuclear deal expires'
The drill, scheduled for May – which coincides with the deadline for talks between Iran and the international community – will come after a period in which Israel will seek to enhance further the military threat against Iran, the report said, citing an ...
Israel and US to Hold Military Exercises When Iran Deal Ends
Analysis: Israel struggling to win friends, influence people
Iran nuclear deal: ill-informed friends of Israel are refusing to face facts
Israel refuses to give dead back to West Bank
Ramallah, Occupied West Bank - The families of Palestinian fighters killed in attacks against Israeli targets are accusing Israel of "callousness and racism" over what they see as procrastination to release the bodies of their beloved ones. The bodies ...
Jerusalem and EU agree on formula that allows Israel to join Horizon 2020 project
Israel: EU funds will not reach occupied land
Israel and EU compromise on terms of joint initiative, following rift over ...
Israel court fines woman over not circumcising son
JERUSALEM – An Israeli rabbinic court has fined a woman hundreds of dollars for refusing to circumcise her baby son, officials said Thursday, in a landmark case that has sparked a new uproar over the role of religion in the Jewish state. The case ...
On Israel's collective amnesia: 'Could we kill an Arab?'
A few years ago, the Israeli Ministry of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs unveiled an English-language website with the aim of repairing Israel's image, which was said to be under unfair attack abroad. A Jerusalem Post article marking the debut of ...
Israel Dreams Of A Future As An Oil Producer
There's an old joke that if Moses had turned right when he led Jewish tribes out of Egypt, Israel might be where Saudi Arabia is today — and be rich from oil. Consultant Amit Mor of Eco Energy says that joke is out of date. "Israel has more oil than ...
In diplomatic realm, Israel struggles to win friends and influence people
Criticized for settling occupied land and stung by its failure to shape the new world power deal with Iran, Israel must rethink its strategy if it wants to avoid severe diplomatic setbacks in the coming months. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's fury ...
'Fight Club' producer Arnon Milchan: I helped Israeli spy agency
Milchan -- born in 1944 in what was then Palestine -- was a successful young businessman in the United States when his friend Shimon Peres -- who later became Israel's prime minister -- recruited him to help after the 1973 Yom Kippur War, the Uvda ...
Israel's mood grim after Iran nuclear deal: Sasa Petricic
Israelis have heard months of warnings about Iran's nuclear aspirations. From their own government, there have been loud cries about the "existential threat" they pose and dark hints that this country's own military could be used to keep The Bomb from ...
Killers of Israel Soldier Who Shot Arabs Sentenced
An Israeli court on Thursday sentenced seven Arabs citizens to prison terms of eight months to two years for their part in the lynching of a soldier who went on a deadly shooting spree in 2005. Eden Natan-Zada was a Jewish extremist who went AWOL from ...
Israel jails six Arabs over 2005 killing of Jewish gunman