Wary Of Syria's War, Israel Plans A Fence In The Golan Heights
Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria in the 1967 Mideast war, and subsequently annexed the territory, a move that no other nation has recognized. Syria has demanded that Israel return the territory, but at present it is home to about 20,000 ...
Israel's precious political capital is being squandered in hysterical Hagel war
The continued omnipresence of Israel in America's political battles will harm its long-term interests, as the core of its bipartisan support gradually falls apart. By Chemi Shalev | Jan.09, 2013 | 10:29 PM ...
The Israel Lobby and Hagel
Chuck Hagel and Israel in context: A guide to his controversial statements
Hagel to rein in Israel on Iran strike: commentators
Israel Rejects "State of Palestine" Passports
Report: Israel stopped Assad's chemical warfare - New York Times reports IDF intelligence about Syrian sarin gas preparation prompted international action that prevented Assad from mixing chemicals. (Ynet); Second group of cyber defenders graduate from ...
Kamada to Babylon Seek U.S. Listing After Jump: Israel Overnight
Kamada, the Nes Ziona, Israel-based maker of treatments for hereditary lung diseases, hired Morgan Stanley (MS) and Jefferies Group Inc. to arrange the sale of as much as $50 million in stock in the U.S., a person familiar with the plans said yesterday.
Rain, wind, snow rage through Israel for 5th day
During a briefing on the storm at the Israel Police national traffic control center in Beit Dagan on Wednesday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said he was pleased to see that everything was under control and that all the country's infrastructural ...
First election vote cast at Israel's Wellington embassy
New Zealand Herald
The first Israeli parliament convened on February 14, 1949. Two days later, it was ratified by law and its name changed to the First Knesset, which is Hebrew for assembly, and Chaim Weizmann was elected as the first president of the State of Israel ...
Israeli delegates kick off voting overseas
LIVE BLOG: Biggest winter storm in decade slams Israel
As Israel battled its stormiest winter in a decade, cities across the country found themselves nearly paralyzed. Major highways closed, power outages were reported, the entrance to Tel Aviv was all but blocked, and residents of some neighborhoods ...
Extreme Makeover, Israel
A Look at Israel's Flood
Despite flooding, Tel Aviv's main highway reopens to northbound, southbound ...
International Business Times
Rand Paul In Israel: End The Gravy Train Of US Foreign Aid
International Business Times
Upon his appointment to the committee, the National Jewish Democratic Committee released a statement condemning Paul's new membership, particularly as it pertains to U.S.-Israel relations. NJDC President David Harris said that the existence of Paul on ...
Right-wing millionaire is Israel campaign's surprise star
A Clue To Rand Paul's Israel Views
Senator's view on Israel
Israel, the brain repellent
Our country faces a series of unique threats, which makes our situation, in which the best and the brightest are fleeing to other shores, all the more dire. By Guy Rolnik | Jan.08, 2013 | 12:17 PM | 2 ...
Israel to market disputed East Jerusalem housing project before election
Plans for the project, which is over the Green Line, were approved last month by the National Planning and Building Council, causing tension between Jerusalem and the West. By Yair Ettinger | Jan.10, 2013 | 1:32 AM ...