Israel scraps plan to uproot Bedouin
Israel has cancelled a bill that would have evicted 40,000 Palestinian Bedouin citizens living in the country's southern Negev desert, after it was met with widespread protests and vocal opposition from both right- and left-wing groups. The Israeli ...
Israel's divided government scraps controversial Bedouin relocation plan
Israel Calls off Resettlement Plan for Bedouin
Israel shelves plan to forcibly relocate Bedouin from desert lands
Israel opens 'de facto jail' for migrants
The Israeli government said the law "creates a suitable balance between the right of the State of Israel to defend its borders and prevent infiltration, and its obligation to act in a humanitarian manner toward anyone within its borders and protect the ...
Israel to begin using 'open' detention facility for migrants
Israel's new holding center for African migrants opens Thursday
African migrants relocated to new facility
Israel inches closer to 'tipping point' of South Africa-style boycott campaign
The embarrassing flap singled out Israel as “odd man out," fueled media scrutiny of Israel's past collaboration with the apartheid regime and provided valuable ammunition to those who would equate the two. More ominously, from an Israeli point of view ...
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Israel voted full member of CERN, first non-European country to be admitted
The 20-state council of CERN, the Center of European Nuclear Research that operates the Large Hadron Collider under the Swiss- French border, voted unanimously on Thursday night to accept Israel as a full member. CERN is the largest center in the world ...
CERN accepts Israel as full member
CERN Accepts Israel
Israel Admitted As Full Member of Nuclear Physics Lab CERN
Kerry back again, continues pushing Abbas, Netanyahu
Secretary of State John Kerry returned to Israel for the 11th time this year, this time going directly to Ramallah for a meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in what appears to be an effort to soften him to US security ideas ...
UN slams Israel on West Bank home demolitions
John Kerry Is Israel's Best Friend
Kerry returns to Israel in new push for 'framework' peace accord
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Winter settles in, parts of Israel blanketed with snow
The snowfall in Jerusalem and higher elevation areas forced the cancellation of school on Thursday, Israel Radio reported. The Jerusalem municipality announced that all classes would be suspended, while Hebrew University released a statement indicating ...
Massive rescue effort mounted to evacuate stranded drivers
Israel's History in Pictures: Snow in Jerusalem 1921, 1942
Jerusalem requests IDF assistance in rescuing trapped motorists
Israel's Secular-Religious Abortion Compromise
Next weekend, religious Jews around the world will read the weekly Torah portion of Shemot (Exodus) which describes the enslavement of the Children of Israel in Egypt, the birth of Moses and his mission of liberation. One of its pivotal episodes is the ...
Five reasons non-Orthodoxy has been slow to take off in Israel
Mike Huckabee: How Can a Democrat Support Obama as 'Pro-Israel?'
Norman Podhoretz Urges Israel to Strike Iran
Podhoretz said that by attacking now Israel has the opportunity "to put at least a temporary halt, and conceivably even a permanent one, to the relentless Iranian quest for the bomb." Last month the U.S and five other world powers agreed on a temporary ...
Why Israel's Stance Could Help the Iran Deal Succeed
Frida Ghitis: Nuclear deal with Iran a dilemma for Israel
Israel's silent partner?
Kerry meeting with Netanyahu, Peres postponed due to snow
John Allen – that were presented to Netanyahu when Kerry was here last week, and which deal in detail with the types of security arrangements that will be put in place following an agreement. Israel has said it w0ill accept only an arrangement that ...
Swell of boycotts driving Israel into international isolation
... Swell of boycotts driving Israel into international isolation. Western activists and diplomats are gunning for Israel's settlements in the Palestinian territories, and if peace talks fail, the rain of boycotts and sanctions could turn into a flood ...
European moves against settlements revive Israel boycott fears
UN slams Israel demolition of West Bank properties