Israel: Autopsy of Detainee Shows Signs of 'Resuscitation Attempts'
New York Times
The Health Ministry said Thursday that tests showed that the hemorrhages and fractured ribs found during the autopsy of a Palestinian prisoner who died in Israeli detention last weekend were “characteristic of the resuscitation attempts that were ...
Israeli security forces brace for Palestinian protests
'No evidence Jaradat was victim of violence'
Israel Urges Calm Over Palestinian Custody Death
Israel, Turkey row over Zionism deepens rift between ex-allies
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's prime minister accused his Turkish counterpart on Thursday of making a "dark and false" statement by calling Zionism a crime against humanity - a comment likely to hit efforts to repair ties between the two former allies.
Israel and Turkey might be headed for reconciliation
Turkey's Difficult Choice in Palestine, Israel
PM slams Erdogan's denunciation of Zionism
Ethiopian women in Israel 'given contraceptive without consent'
Israel's health ministry is investigating claims that Ethiopian women are being injected with a controversial contraceptive without their knowledge or consent. Thousands of Ethiopian women are said to be receiving shots of Depo-Provera every three ...
Israel gets first Ethiopian-born beauty queen
Israel To Probe Birth Control for Ethiopian Immigrants
Ethiopian olah crowned Miss Israel 2013
Delegitimizing Israel Makes Peace Harder to Achieve
This spring, as radicals again mount anti-Israel “Apartheid weeks,” they fail to understand that demonizing Israel threatens the two-state solution. Accusations that Zionism is racism and attempts to compare Israel to the racist apartheid South African ...
Is civility breaking out in Israeli politics?
Obama's trip to Israel and the best path to peace
AB Yehoshua — the writer still shaping Israel's identity
The Daily Star
Croatia Is Withdrawing Soldiers From Israel-Syria Frontier
New York Times
Croatia has nearly 100 soldiers serving with the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force, which is responsible for maintaining the fragile calm between Israeli and Syrian troops at the demilitarized zone along Syria's Golan frontier that was ...
Croatia to quit UN Golan force after reports of arms shipments
After arms report, Croatia to remove troops from Golan
Iran, Israel and Palestinians To Top AIPAC Convention
Voice of America
WASHINGTON — Iran's nuclear program and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are expected to top the agenda when the pro-Israel lobbying group AIPAC holds its annual convention beginning Sunday in Washington. The convention convenes as U.S. President ...
'The Gatekeepers' Offer Candid Assessment Of Israel's Security
Six former heads of the Shin Bet — Israel's security agency — speak to director Dror Moreh in his Oscar-nominated documentary The Gatekeepers. They are men who have signed off on brutal interrogations and targeted killings. They have given their ...
Inside the minds of Israel's gatekeepers
Gatekeepers Club of Losers
Talking truth with Israel's spymasters
San Francisco Chronicle
Lawmakers push measure on Israel's self-defense
San Francisco Chronicle
The resolution says that if Israel is "compelled to take military action in self-defense, the United States government should stand with Israel and provide diplomatic, military and economic support to the government of Israel in its defense of its ...
New Senate Resolution: Back Israel if it Attacks Iran
The resolution declares that the United States has a vital national interest in and unbreakable commitment to, ensuring the existence, survival, and security of the State of Israel; reaffirms the United States support for Israel's right to self-defense ...
Senators pen resolution vowing US aid if Israel launches war of self-defense
Senators Push Resolution Committing US to Aid Israel in Attack on Iran
Israel and Iran and nuclear tensions