Israel Treats Wounded Syrians Along Frontier
Israeli soldiers provided medical treatment to wounded Syrians who approached the countries' border and then transported them to a hospital in Israel for further treatment, the military said Saturday, in the first instance of Syrians finding shelter ...
Israeli military says troops treat wounded Syrians, take them to Israel for ...
Israel treats five Syrians wounded in civil war
7 Syrians hurt in civil war treated in Israel
Ahead of Obama visit, Marco Rubio heads to Israel
As President Obama prepares for his first trip to Israel since assuming office, the man some hope will succeed him leaves Saturday for his own visit to the Jewish state. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and ...
Rubio visits Israel on Mideast trip
Marco Rubio is heading to the Middle East, he announced Saturday.
Sen. Rubio To Meet with Israel's Netanyahu, Palestinian PM
Hezbollah chief warns Israel against attack
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah on Saturday rejected claims made by the Lebanese opposition that the Shi'ite group's implication in July's Burgas, Bulgaria terror attack would prompt an Israeli attack on Lebanon. The speech came after Bulgaria ...
Nasrallah warns Israel against attacking Lebanon
Hezbollah warns Israel not to attack Lebanon
Hezbollah warns Israel against waging new war
Iran warns Israel: We'll avenge Guards commander
Iran will soon exact revenge on Israel for the recent killing of an Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps commander in Syria, an aide to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was quoted on Saturday as saying. Iran said on Thursday that an Iranian ...
Hassan Shateri Dead: Iran Vows Revenge On Israel For Killing Of Guard ...
Iran vows revenge against Israel for killing of Revolutionary Guards commander
Iran: Israel Killed Qods Force General
Racism and the hypocrisy of Israel's advocates
Two recent episodes serve as useful illustrations of the hypocrisy of Israel's apologists in the West and their approach to racism. Firstly, there was the outrage that greeted Gerald Scarfe's cartoon in The Sunday Times and which forced an eventual ...
Israel and the curious case of Prisoner X
Many questions remain unanswered in the mysterious case of Israel's so-called Prisoner X, an Australian-Israeli man imprisoned under a false identity who died in custody - it is not known what he was accused of or exactly how he died in a high security ...
Ya'alon on Prisoner X: Israel is not a dark dictatorship
Israel Considering Making 'Prisoner X' Report Public
Ya'alon: Israel's 'unique' situation made Prisoner X incarceration necessary
Iran blames Israel for Guard commander's killing, vows to avenge his death
TEHRAN, Iran — A senior Iranian official has vowed to take revenge on Israel for its alleged involvement in the killing of a commander of Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard. The Guard has accused “mercenaries and supporters” of Israel being ...
Syrian rebels: Israel assassinated Iran commander
Iran points finger at Israel for IRGC general's death, vows revenge
Has Israel Assassinated An Iranian IRGC Official?
New York Times
Australia 'deeply involved' in Israel spy case: Report
Times of India
The unnamed source told the paper that Australian officials had suspected the man known as "Prisoner X" of spying for Israel and had interrogated him, adding "they (the Australians) knew many things". "Then, when the coffin was returned to Australia ...
Israel's Prisoner X Is Linked to Dubai Assassination in a New Report
Israel's Prisoner X driven to suicide by interrogation, lawyer suggests
'Prisoner X' plot thickens: Israel 'implicates' Australia in scandal
'Force to be reckoned with': Israel's settlers dig in ahead of Obama visit
By John Ray, Correspondent, NBC News. TEL AVIV -- To the outsider, it looks like a poor piece of land to fight over: A sand and scrub hillside where, on a winter's day, a chill wind whips over the boulders and blows through to the bone. On one side ...
Writing in newspapers and journals in America and Israel, these commentators maintain that Jews who built homes in areas acquired by Israel in 1967 should not live there. "Obstacles to peace," they said. "Remove them, if necessary, by force, like those ...
Israel's population to rise to 10 million in a decade