Pro-Israel groups take wait-and-see approach to Hagel nomination
Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON – Two influential pro-Israel organizations that have been skeptical about President Obama's nomination of Chuck Hagel to be Defense secretary said Monday they are not opposing confirmation of the former Republican senator, following ...
Chuck Hagel nomination unnerves some in Israel
On Israel, Iran, and spending, Chuck Hagel looks a lot like Robert Gates
AIPAC Not Fighting Hagel
Hagel nomination unnerves some in Israel
The Associated Press
Hagel's positions on Israel's two most pressing foreign policy issues — Iran's nuclear program and relations with the Palestinians — appear to be at odds with the Israeli government, and critics here fear the appointment could increase pressure on ...
Christian Science Monitor
State of Palestine Name Change Shows Limitations
With U.N. recognition of a Palestinian state in his pocket, President Mahmoud Abbas wants official documents to carry a new emblem: "State of Palestine." But scrapping the old "Palestinian Authority" logo is as far as Abbas is willing to go in ...
Israel's 'self-defense' argument against Hamas holds no water
Abbas avoids clash with Israel over state symbols
The Region: Is Israel losing support?
The Emergency Committee for Israel Goes All In
It was bad for US-Israel relations as a whole, not just relations between the Obama and Netanyahu administrations, that the sitting leader of one country appeared to so clearly desire so obviously plumped for the defeat of the other. [I'm talking about ...
Israel Pushes Washington to Give Iran an Ultimatum
Still, he made it clear that Israel is impatient with the lack of progress on Iran, and that he would be pushing Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and other Administration officials to not only close certain loopholes in the sanctions against Iran but to ...
Israel Presses U.S. for Military Threat Against Iran
Israel grave threat to global peace: Chomsky
Naftali Bennett interview: 'There won't be a Palestinian state within Israel'
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is "insoluble" and most Israelis "couldn't care less about it any more", according to Naftali Bennett, the surprise star of the election campaign, whose extreme rightwing nationalist and pro-settler Jewish Home is ...
Israel: Netanyahu attacked from all sides ahead of election
For Netanyahu, Being Favored to Win Carries Its Own Risks
Israel's premier reaffirms landmark speech on Palestinian statehood
Israel to build fence along Syrian border amid fears of violent spillover
The announcement came Sunday during Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's weekly Cabinet address, in which he cited the construction of a 230-kilometer (143-mile) fence along Israel's southern border with Egypt. Read more: Scavenging for food, Syrian ...
Israel Building a Syrian Border Fence
Israel warily watches shifts across its frontier with Syria
Israel's PM plans to build Syria-Golan fence
In 1st visit to Israel, Republican Senator Rand Paul calls for gradual ...
"It will harder to be a friend of Israel if we are out of money. It will be harder to defend Israel if we destroy our country in the process," he told the Jerusalem Institute for Market Studies, an Israeli think tank. "I think there will be significant ...
Rand Paul in Israel: US foreign aid can't be one-way
Rand Paul: Less Aid to Israel Would Increase Its Sovereignty
In Israel, US Sen. Rand Paul calls for end to foreign assistance
Pro-Israel group buys Chuck Hagel domain
The Hill (blog)
The Emergency Committee for Israel (ECI), a pro-Israel group, has purchased www.ChuckHagel.com to warn against President Obama's nomination of former Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel (Neb.) for Defense secretary. Obama announced Hagel's nomination ...
The betrayal of Israel's elites
On the same day, President Shimon Peres and a unanimous nine-judge panel of Israel's highest tribunal showed how completely out of touch they are with reality, the common touch and the common man. The president – who is supposed to be as inviolable ...
Israel's Persecution of Haneen Zoabi