The Times of Israel
Israel shrugs off reported NSA eavesdropping, angered at Syria strike leak
Los Angeles Times
JERUSALEM -- While reports of the extent of the NSA's eavesdropping on world leaders and millions of allied citizens caused fierce indignation worldwide last month, Israel mostly shrugged. The U.S. also listens in on Israel, former Mossad chief Danny ...
Report: US monitored high-priority Israeli military targets
NSA tracked Israeli drones, missiles, papers show
Report: NSA spied on Israel, shared intelligence
Israel to build wall along Jordanian border
The report published on Sunday by Israeli newspaper Maariv said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will have the construction started "immediately upon the completion of the fence on the Egyptian border". A spokesman for Netanyahu refused to provide ...
Israel issues tenders for more settler homes ahead of Kerry visit
Palestinians chide US over Israel policies
Palestinian FM: Israel intends to build 5000 settler homes
WATCH: Hybrid solar eclipse visible over Israel
A partial eclipse of the sun was visible from Israel on Sunday, beginning at 3:12 p.m. local time and continuing for an hour-and-a-half. Maximum eclipse occured at 4 p.m with the moon covering approximately 13.5 percent of the sun. It was the first ...
Partial Solar Eclipse This Afternoon
Analysis: Israel and Iran's game of cat and mouse in Syria
WASHINGTON – Leaks from government officials in the US and Europe stating that Israel struck a Syrian military facility in Latakia last week indicate Western confidence that Syrian President Bashar Assad will not retaliate. Israeli officials have ...
Israel Angry With White House for Leaking Syrian Air Strike
Israel Is Furious At Obama For The 'Scandalous' Leak That It Bombed Syria This ...
Israel Vows to Deny Hezbollah Arms as Details of Syria Raid Emerge
'Fury,' 'Scandalous': Israel Conveys 'Bitter Protests' to Obama Admin Over ...
The Israeli government conveyed “bitter protests” to the White House this weekend over the Obama administration's reported leak of who was behind last week's air raid on a Syrian base near the port city of Latakia. Words being used by the media and ...
Israel to US: Syria raid leak 'endangers our national security'
Israel plunges deeper into isolation
Israel 'furious' Obama administration leaked strike confirmation
The Times of Israel
Iran's charm offensive wanes, Khamenei calls Israel 'illegitimate, bastard regime'
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei put a wrinkle in his country's “charm offensive” on Sunday, saying Israel was an “illegitimate and bastard regime.” His comments, posted on his Twitter account, came just a few days before a second round of ...
Khamenei: Israel, Zionists 'Illegitimate and Bastard Regime'
Iranian supreme leader calls Israel 'bastard regime'
Ayatollah Khamenei Calls Israel a 'Bastard' Regime
Israel to face deepening isolation if peace talks fail, says national security ...
The resumption of the peace process with the Palestinians is contributing significantly to Israel's international standing, but its failure would bolster the anti-Israel boycott movement and deepen the country's international isolation, National ...
Turkish FM: We would never cooperate with Israel against a Muslim country
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu categorically denied claims that his country cooperated with Israel in Thursday's attack on a Syrian missile base, saying Turkey would never help the Jewish state against a Muslim country. “There is an attempt ...
The Times of Israel
Liberman urges South Africa's Jews to move to Israel, warns of future pogroms
Former foreign minister Avigdor Liberman has hit back strongly against an announcement by South African International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane of a moratorium on government visits to Israel, accusing the country of hypocrisy and ...
S. Africa pulling back from Israel over Palestinian issue, gov't minister says
Liberman warns South African Jews of coming 'pogrom'
'South African ministers do not visit Israel'
Bolton: Israel must make 'fateful decision' on Iran strike
“I don't think Israel has much time,” Bolton continued. “Frankly, they should have done this years ago because we all know intelligence is imperfect and Iran may have a more developed capacity than we know about, perhaps in cooperation with North Korea.”.