The Times of Israel
Kerry warns Israel of troubles ahead if peace talks fail
AMMAN (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry warned Israel on Thursday that it could face a third Palestinian uprising and deepening international isolation if American-brokered peace negotiations failed. Both Israelis and Palestinians have ...
Kerry's Path Steepens in Israeli-Palestinian Talks
Report: Kerry threatening Israel with sanctions
Israeli-Palestinian relations hit new snags as Kerry visits Jerusalem
Is Israel Doomed? - By Aaron David Miller
In a widely circulated article last July in the Jerusalem Post and another on Ynet last week, Diskin argued that unless Israel reached an agreement with the Palestinians, he wrote, "we will certainly cross the point of no return, after which we will be ...
Israel levels Catholic Church property in E. Jerusalem amid 'massive ...
EU deplores Israel's new settler homes plan
UK condemns Israel settlement plans
John Bolton: Israel can serve as a model for American security
Bolton, who served under former president George W. Bush and is an honorary NRA member, joined the 30 delegates, who came for 10 days to tour and learn more about police practices in Israel as a model for US crime prevention. Now a senior fellow at the ...
The Electronic Intifada (blog)
Veteran British parliamentarian says 'Israel ignored Ten Commandments'
LONDON – Israel could have been a force for good had it obeyed “their own Ten Commandments and half the stuff in the Old Testament,” a veteran British parliamentarian claimed at an event in Parliament. Jenny Tonge, a controversial member of the upper ...
Group Won't Take Action on Anti-Israel Mural
Research dispute puts EU-Israel ties under severe strain
Critics bring invigorated Israel-Palestine debate to town: Siddiqui
Israel can't muzzle the world's media - not even CNN
Israel's security establishment and its servile defense reporters need a few lessons in quality journalism and the rights of a free media beyond its borders. By Barbara Opall-Rome | Nov. 7, 2013 | 6:48 PM ...
South African cabinet: No ban on government travel to Israel
The South African government announced on Wednesday that it does not have a ban on government officials travelling to Israel, a week after International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said the country's ministers were not going to Israel as ...
No ban on official Israel visits - Cabinet
Liberman slams South Africa as 'anti-Israel'
South African government boycotts Israel
Christian Science Monitor
Israel rebuffs alleged Iranian nuclear offer
Israel will “strongly oppose” a proposal that world powers are “examining” regarding Iran's nuclear program, senior Israeli officials said Wednesday night. According to the officials – who said the proposal calls for Tehran to stop uranium enrichment ...
Israel: Not seen but very much heard at Iran nuclear talks (+video)
Analysis || Israel in danger of being 'party pooper' as Iran, Western eye ...
Is Israel About to Strike Iran?
Israel in 3300 Words?
The great frustration for me as a TV producer is to condense everything I'd like to say into 30 minutes and about 3,300 words. This week in Israel could have easily filled two episodes -- but we'll design it into one powerful viewing experience. We ...
Finance Minister Lapid: Israel must ditch Reaganomics to help middle class
This must change,” he told the Israel Democracy Institute's Eli Hurvitz Conference on Economy and Society in Eilat yesterday. Lapid's call to put the middle class at the center of government policy marks a revival of Lapid's election campaign themes ...
Bennett: Israel An 'Economic Light to the Nations'
Lapid does about face on corporate tax breaks
Tax breaks to stay for big companies, Lapid says
What makes Israel with just eight million people, an innovation hub
So, what is Israel's "secret sauce" that has made it a global startup hub? Experts said the "bottom up" approach of the government to fund innovative projects is unique in the world of early-stage research and development funding. For India's nascent ...