Kerry says Israeli-Palestinian deal possible by end-April
TEL AVIV, Israel (Reuters) - Shrugging off gloomy predictions of failure, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday that Israelis and Palestinians remained committed to peace talks and were on course to wrap up a full deal by April. Speaking at ...
Kerry returns to region to continue pushing Abbas, Netanyahu
Kerry meets leaders in Israel, says spring remains target for Mideast peace deal
EU to give Israel and Palestinians aid package if they make peace
Israel must give up its worst-kept secret: the bomb
Within Israel, speaking about the nuclear programme in Dimona is taboo. Mysteriously, however, there is also a broad-based agreement to keep silent about it in Washington and in most European capitals. Despite claims made by independent analysts that ...
Bush, Kerry, Israel: Who's afraid of Samantha Power?
Israel transfers aid supplies to Gaza due to harsh weather conditions
Israel on Friday decided to open the Kerem Shalom Border Crossing with Gaza to transfer aid supplies to the coastal enclave amid harsh weather conditions hitting the region. At the request of the UN to the Coordinator of Government Activities in the ...
Israel allows emergecy aid to Gaza amid 'historic' snow storm
One-Armed IDF Hero on US Speaking Tour
Snow closes roads in Israel, is a source of wonder in Egypt
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO -- Snow coated domes and minarets Friday as a record Middle East storm compounded the suffering of Syrian refugees, sent the Israeli army scrambling to dig out stranded motorists and gave Egyptians a rare glimpse of snow in their capital.
Snow Covers Egypt for First Time in 100 Years
Al Jazeera America
Israel Shelves Plan to Move Bedouins Amid Outcry
New York Times
JERUSALEM — The Israeli government on Thursday shelved a plan to resettle tens of thousands of Bedouin citizens in the Negev desert that had drawn international condemnation, spawned street demonstrations across Israel, and in recent days lost the ...
Israel halts plan that would displace Bedouins
Israel's divided government scraps controversial Bedouin relocation plan
Israel shelves plan to forcibly relocate Bedouin from desert lands
Jerusalem braces for massive snowstorm as thousands still without power ...
The Israel Electric Company continues to work feverishly overnight on Friday in hopes of restoring power to tens of thousands of homes in Israel that are coping with the effects of this week's devastating storm. According to Israel Radio, IEC crews ...
Massive snowstorm shuts down Jerusalem; police to residents: Stay indoors
'Worst storm in decades' batters Jerusalem
'Historic' Israeli Snowstorm; Power Outage In Jerusalem
Why Is Israels Red Cross Rejecting Ethiopian Blood?
When Member of Knesset Pnina Tamano-Shata offered to donate blood at a drive organized Wednesday by Magen David Adom (MDA)—the Israeli equivalent of the Red Cross—she didn't expect to stir up a huge controversy in the press, the health ministry, ...
An MDA medical team was kicked out of the Knesset for refusing an Ethiopian ...
Israel Discards Ethiopian Blood: Donors a Public Health Risk
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 moves African migrants to new facility
Jail without charge for African migrants in Israel
Why I'm Voting to Boycott Israel
Editor's Note: In response to Michelle Goldberg's post about the American Studies Association's proposed boycott of Israel, we have convened a variety of responses. Alex Lubin writes in support of the boycott below, and you can read Ari Y. Kelman's ...
Swell of boycotts driving Israel into international isolation
European moves against settlements revive Israel boycott fears
Israel's Defenders Glum as American Studies Association Votes on Boycott ...
'Supporting' Israel is out, US Jews turn to 'engaging'
SAN DIEGO - There's a new verb in town when it comes to talking about Israel in the American Jewish community, judging by what appears to be going on at the Union of Reform Judaism Biennial. It's the “E-word” - engage. In the past, like other Jewish ...
Israel's Secular-Religious Abortion Compromise
Liberal Judaism in Israel gaining strength, Reform leader says