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Israel: Bits, Bytes and Bombs
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READING the news from the wider Middle East and then watching President Obama visiting Israel triggered this thought: The president looked as if he were visiting an atoll in the Pacific, or maybe New Zealand — but definitely some kind of island state ...
Obama takes it easy on the last day of a busy Mideast visit
President Obama Gets Real on Israel
Kerry meets Netanyahu in push to restart peace talks
5 Steps That Turned Israel From Socialism to Start-up Haven
In 2012, 660 Israeli high tech companies received $1.9 billion in venture capital — a mere 24% of which came from local investors, according to IVC Research Center estimates presented on March 19 by Canaan Partners' General Partner, Izhar Shay. To put ...
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Israel Says Syria Reason for Restoring Turkey Ties
Concerns that Syria's stockpile of chemical weapons could reach militant groups bordering Israel and Turkey was the motivating factor in restoring relations with Ankara after a three year rift, Israel's prime minister said. Benjamin Netanyahu wrote on ...
Turkey sees accords with Israel, Kurds as first step to greater regional role
With Obama as Broker, Israelis and Turkey End Dispute
Photos: Obama's first trip to Israel as president
Clashes Near Syria-Israel Frontier Add to Concerns
Syrian regime forces routed rebels in fighting on the edge of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights last week, leaving at least 35 dead, activists said Saturday, as the country's civil war reached the doorstep of the strategic plateau. The rebel effort to ...
Israel Says Gunfire from Syria Hit Its Vehicles in Golan
IDF jeep hit by stray gunfire from Syria
Gunfire from Syria Hits IDF Jeeps in Golan
Elbit Priciest in Two Years on Tanks: Israel Overnight
Elbit Systems Inc. (ESLT), Israel's biggest private developer of defense technology, is trading at the highest valuation in two years after reducing its reliance on U.S. and European markets by bolstering sales to Asia. Shares of Elbit gained 4.7 ...
Hasbara tourism in Israel
One of the mainstays of Israel's international propaganda efforts is its tourism industry, which comprises an array of specially designed excursions catering to visitors with varying backgrounds, needs and interests. As long as you're not Palestinian ...
Turkey responds to Israel's apology over Gaza flotilla raid - video
Turkey responds following an apology by Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Friday for a raid on a Turkish flotilla bound for the Gaza strip in May 2010. Israeli troops stormed the Turkish ships as they were attempting to circumvent an embargo ...
Israel PM apologises for flotilla deaths
"In light of Israel's investigation into the incident which pointed to a number of operational mistakes, the Prime Minister expressed Israel's apology to the Turkish people for any mistakes that might have led to the loss of life or injury and agreed ...
Beta Israel: Snapshots Of The Ethiopian Jewish Community
For South African photojournalist Ilan Ossendryver, photographing the Ethiopian Jewish community, also known as Beta Israel, started out professional but ended up personal. His decades-long body of work is now represented in the exhibit "Beta Israel: ...
Finance Minister Lapid: Israel is in a worse financial state than I thought
Lapid said his first year in office will be devoted to dealing with Israel's debt, which according to him Israel accrued through mismanagement in the past, by making painful budget cuts. By Jonathan Lis | Mar.24, 2013 | 3:34 AM ...
Get ready for cuts, Finance Minister Lapid warns