Palestinian officials accuse Israel of torturing inmate to death
Los Angeles Times
JERUSALEM — As unrest surged across the West Bank, Palestinian officials accused Israel on Sunday of torturing to death a 30-year-old West Bank man who was arrested last week on suspicion of throwing rocks at settlers. Israeli officials said there ...
Prisoner's death fuels Palestinian protests, as Israel braces for more
Palestinians Demand Inquiry Into Detainee's Death in Israel
Palestinians say Israel 'tortured' detainee
The Times of Israel
Israel, Turkey look towards reconciliation
Despite the widespread belief that ties between Israel and Turkey are virtually non-existent, if fact, Israeli and Turkish officials have held a series of meetings, the most recent three weeks ago, according to Israeli officials who confirmed media ...
Israel and Turkey Seek to Reconcile Ahead of Obama's Visit
Netanyahu reportedly rejected Barak's Turkey apology proposal
Report: Israel mulling apology for 'operational errors' on Turkish flotilla
Israel sends message to Turkey: Let's clear the air
Israel sent messages to Ankara over the last two weeks that it is interested in creating a more “positive dynamic” in its badly strained relationship with Turkey so the two countries can work together to further common interests, government officials ...
Israel Restores Wetlands; Birds Make It Their Winter Home
Like many countries, Israel tried to drain many of its swamplands, then realized it was destroying wildlife habitats. So the country reversed course, and has been restoring the wetlands of the Hula Valley in the north. The effort has had a huge and ...
Christian Science Monitor
As Iran and Israel trade threats, first Iranian novels appear in Hebrew
Christian Science Monitor
Likud activists hang posters of Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the wall of Jerusalem's old city, last month. The success of two Persian novels – first ever to appear in Hebrew – have opened a window for Israeli readers to the rich ...
UN refugee official slams Israel over Eritrean repatriation
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees' representative here slammed Israel's so-called voluntary return of Eritreans to their life-threatening home country, saying there was nothing voluntary about it. Last week Haaretz published testimonies by jailed ...
Bad Timing: Israel Allows Oil Exploration in Golan
Akiva Eldar writes that the decision to allow a U.S. energy company to explore for oil in the Golan is not meant to antagonize President Obama in advance of his visit to Israel next month, but is instead a sign that Israel considers the Golan, like ...
Oxford University set to vote on Israel boycott
The Oxford University Students' Union will decide on a motion backing the boycott of Israel, which would be tabled at the National Union of Students conference in Sheffield, England, in April. The motion calls on the student body to join the boycott ...
Attempt to boycott Israel stirs commotion amongst Oxford student voters
Oxford students to vote on Israel boycott
Israel Daily News Stream 02/24/2013
Erdogan Attacks Assad, Takes Shot at Israel
However, in a reference to Israel, Erdogan also said, according to the Jordan Times, “We will not remain silent in the face of the cruel dictator, the mute devil, who mercilessly carried out massacres against his own people, but who has remained silent ...
'Israel monitors weapons transfers to Syrian rebels'
Syrian rebels claim to have captured former nuclear site
Erdoğan: Assad a 'mute devil' for not defying Israel
Prisoner X: Not the betrayer, but the betrayed
Ilan was captured by the Syrians while on a mission for Israel. Before he committed suicide, he inscribed the words: "I did not betray. I committed suicide." Ben Zygier is no Udi Adiv. In terms of his intentions, he was closer to Uri Ilan. He wanted to ...