New York Times
Mr. Obama Goes to Israel
New York Times
In case you haven't heard, President Obama leaves for Israel next week. It is possible, though, that you haven't heard because it is hard for me to recall a less-anticipated trip to Israel by an American president. But there is a message in that empty ...
Israel troops shoot to death Palestinian protester
Israel harms Palestinian economy: report
Flawed Questions About Israel's Right To Exist
Why Israel Is Calling For Jonathan Pollard's Release Now
In advance of President Obama's scheduled March 20 visit, Israeli society at every level is waging an unprecedented, all-out public effort to press for the release of Jonathan Pollard, the American Jew serving a life sentence for spying for Israel. The ...
Shalit signs on to petition seeking Pollard's freedom
Shalit: 'Thanks for saving me, now it's Pollard's turn'
Young Israel Launches 'Call For Clemency Campaign' For Pollard In Advance Of ...
Israel president tells Europe to do more to pressure Iran
Peres, a former prime minister, sought to reassure European governments that the January 22 election in Israel and the creation of a new government would open the way for the resumption of peace negotiations with the Palestinians, stalled since 2010.
EU, Israel Show Unity, Tensions
Israel's Peres calls on Arab League to intervene in Syria
Israel's Peres urges Arab intervention in Syria
The Daily Star
Israel's ultra-Orthodox parties find themselves on unfamiliar ground _ outside ...
JERUSALEM – As Israel's new government takes shape, the country's powerful ultra-Orthodox Jewish political parties seem poised to find themselves in unfamiliar territory — the parliamentary opposition — instead of their traditional seats around the ...
URJ hopes gov't will stand for religious freedom
Gaza allows 'Israel collaborators' to repent
Gaza's Hamas government has launched a month-long campaign urging alleged Palestinian "collaborators" with Israel to turn themselves in return for leniency. "We announce the opening of the door to repentance for remaining collaborators and for all ...
Israel Didn't Kill that Child, Ctd.
UN clears Israel and says errant Hamas rocket probably killed baby in Gaza
Hamas announces campaign against collaboration with Israel
Israel Uneasy On Iran Ahead of Obama's Visit
Today the Wall Street Journal's Gerald Seib takes a closer look at what's coming, with a particular eye to Obama's Israel trip next week. At negotiations in Kazakhstan between Iran, the U.S. and other world powers last month, the U.S. offered to ease ...
Today's Reads: South Africa's future, Obama in Israel
Washington Post (blog)
Today's Reads: South Africa's future, Obama in Israel. Posted by Max Fisher on March 12, 2013 at 8:39 am. Comments · Tweet. More. Police surround miners killed during clashes between protesting miners and police near a platinum mine in Marikana on ...
UN peacekeepers held in Syria 'reach Israel'
The spokeswoman would not comment, however, on a report by an Israeli newspaper that Israeli troops had later escorted the 21 Filipino peacekeepers back to their base along the Syrian frontier with the Golan Heights, which are occupied by Israel.
Freed UN peacekeepers arrive in Israel
Gantz: Syrian Rebels May Target Israel Next
UN Reevaluating Golan Peacekeeping Mission
Israel's High Court orders state to justify law againt 'infiltrators'
Israel's High Court of Justice announced on Tuesday that it would issue an order nisi, a conditional order, against the application of Israel's Law for the Prevention of Infiltration meant to crack down on asylum seekers. The order, announced by ...
Israel court challenges internment of African migrants
Court gives state until May to justify migrant detentions
High Court: State must explain infiltration law
But To Whom Did Israel Lose Europe?
"Has Israel Lost Europe?" So asked the program of this year's Herzliya security conference, in the upscale Tel Aviv suburb of the same name, of one of its panels, co-sponsored by the Heinrich Böll Foundation. European diplomats, officials from NGOs and ...