Israel fires into Syria after Golan attack on troops
It was not immediately clear whether Israel held Syrian troops or rebels responsible for what a spokesman for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said had been a deliberate attack on Israeli patrols in the occupied territory. Israeli forces "destroyed a ...
Israeli military in Golan Heights responds to fire from Syria
The shooting along the frontier in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights was one of the most serious incidents between the countries since Syria's civil war erupted two years ago. Israel has carefully watched the violence from the sidelines, but has ...
Israel Fires Missile Into Syria In Response To Golan Heights Border Fire
Israel vows 'immediate' answer to Syria fire
Israeli retaliatory missile slams Syrian military post
Did Anonymous Hack Israel's Mossad Spy Agency?
The hackivists at Anonymous, along with Turkish and other hackers, are claiming they hacked into Israel's Mossad spy agency. More specifically, Turkish group Red Hack claims to have stolen the names, locations, phone numbers and email addresses of ...
Hacktivists claim they breached Mossad computers
Don't believe hack claims against Mossad's website, expert says
World Photo Caption Contest: Obama In Israel
This week, U.S. President Barack Obama made his first trip to Israel while in office. Plenty happened. The president pledged eternal support for Israel. Then his limo broke down. And before he left, he called on Israelis to find compromise with ...
Questions remain after Obama's Israel trip
Erdogan: No Quick Restoration of Ties With Israel
UPDATE 1-Israel says fence-mending with Turks does not end Gaza blockade
At Beth Israel in Miami Beach, rabbi offers an open-door Passover policy
To the kosher “meat'' kitchen of Beth Israel, an Orthodox Miami Beach synagogue, on Sunday Rabbi Efraim “Fishel'' Katz brought the heavy artillery: a propane tank and torch. He also brought reenforcements: Zalman Bryski and Yosef Rapp, 21-year-old ...
Israel Scrambles to Prepare the Fish in Final Passover Rush
Israel's Prisoner X was arrested after bid to recruit double agent – claim
The man known as Prisoner X, a dual Israeli-Australian national and reputed Israeli spy who died in a jail in Israel in 2010, was arrested after making a bungled and unauthorised bid to recruit a double agent with links to Lebanon's Hezbollah ...
'Zygier gave Hezbollah name of informants'
Zygier betrayed Israel
'Australian Mossad agent leaked info on Lebanese spies'
Why Americans Love Israel
A remarkable new survey was released just before President Obama's visit to Israel. According to the poll, Americans heavily favor the Israelis over the Palestinians, 64 percent vs. 12 percent. This is the highest percentage of support for Israel since ...
Israel dismantles Palestinian protest camp
Israel has dismantled a tent camp Palestinians set up during US President Barack Obama's recent visit to protest against Israeli plans to build a large West Bank settlement near Jerusalem. Before dawn on Sunday, about 200 Israeli police officers ...
Monument with 'Palestine' replacing Israel was hidden from Obama
Israel Police dismantle Palestinian outpost in E-1
Israel's vineyards: the West Bank grapes of wrath
Bank of Israel Holds Rate for Third Month as Home Prices Surge
The Bank of Israel kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged for a third month, as policy makers focus more on climbing domestic home prices than on the pace of recovery in the global economy. Governor Stanley Fischer and the monetary policy panel ...
Bank of Israel to announce April-May interest rates Sunday
Bank of Israel: Interest Rate to Stay at 1.75 Percent
Israel Holds Rate, Still Too Early To Say If Corner Turned
An Honest Letter Could Help Free Israel's Spy in the US
Huffington Post (blog)
Although there was no mention of Jonathan Pollard -- the American who spied for Israel and was sentenced to life in prison -- during President Barack Obama's visit to Israel, Israeli leaders did call on Obama to release Pollard. And Obama refused.