Israel Investing in Disputed West Bank Sites
Israel is advancing a plan to invest in places it considers part of its national heritage, including nine West Bank sites, the government said Monday in an announcement that could appeal to hard-line voters a week ahead of elections. It triggered an ...
UN chief urges Israel to rescind settlement plans in strategic E1 area of West ...
Israel investing in West Bank 'national heritage sites', says cabinet secretary
Israel arrests 10 Palestinians, razes three structures in WB
What Obama Thinks Israelis 'Don't Understand'
When informed about the Israeli decision, Obama, who has a famously contentious relationship with the prime minister, didn't even bother getting angry. He told several people that this sort of behavior on Netanyahu's part is what he has come to expect ...
Op-Ed: Israel's political cycle not stuck on the right
Israel Elections 2013: Netanyahu Re-Election And Legacy Hinge On Iran
Israel 'to maintain control of E1 parcel'
Palestinian killed in Gaza, Israel denies involvement
Since then, three Palestinians have been shot dead along the border shot by Israeli troops in an area Israel has deemed off-limits for several years, citing the risk of attacks on its soldiers. Palestinians say the restrictions stop many farmers ...
Israel troops kill Palestinian near Gaza border, medical officials say
Gaza farmer reportedly shot in head by IDF
Hamas Tests Improved Long-Range Missiles
Israel Hershberg: Fields of Vision at the Israel Museum
At the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, painter Israel Hershberg is currently showing four landscape paintings: two Umbrian landscapes, a view of Tel Kakun in Israel's Hefer Valley and a small preparatory work done in the Roman Campagna this past summer.
Israel advances plan to invest in sensitive West Bank sites as its 'national ...
JERUSALEM – The Israeli government says it is moving forward on a plan to invest in places it considers part of Israel's national heritage, including nine West Bank sites. Israeli Cabinet Secretary Tzvi Hauser says Israel is adding handicapped access ...
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How 20 Tents Rocked Israel
THE END OF HOUSING AS WE KNOW IT — In the first of our of new bi-weekly digital edition available exclusively to CounterPunch subscribers, Mike Whitney digs into the deepening housing crisis, explaining why the America Dream of home ownership is ...
Israel Vows to Build in West Bank Site After Evicting Protesters
Israel overrides court, removes Palestinian protest settlement
Israel evicts E1 Palestinian peace camp protesters
Israel's Lieberman Hints He May Quit If Convicted
Israel's hard-line former Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman indicated on Monday that he would quit politics if convicted in his breach of trust and fraud case. Such a decision could shake up the Israeli political system, because Lieberman is the ...
Israel budget deficit dents Netanyahu's "Mr Economy" image
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Figures showing Israel's budget ran a much higher deficit than expected last year have hurt Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's claim to be a skilful economic manager just over a week before a general election. Netanyahu often ...
Israel Holds “Snap” Election
Women head three major parties in Israel's elections
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Settlers confident Israel will lurch rightwards in election
"It is clear that the people of Israel want a national government, a Jewish government that wants the land of Israel with Judea and Samaria," she said, using the Biblical name for the West Bank. Hebron, divided by a 1997 interim peace deal, is home to ...
Jordan's King Urges Israel, Palestinians to Talk
A statement from the royal palace said King Abdullah II told a delegation from the Washington-based American Israel Public Affairs Committee that regional changes tied to the Arab Spring should "drive" the Israeli government to "embrace peace." In his ...
'Fortress mentality will leave Israel isolated'
Jordan's King: Stalemate in Peace Efforts Increases Tension
Jordan's King urges Israel and Palestine back to the negotiating table