Egyptian Activist Defends Anti-Israel Tweets
New York Times (blog)
Later in the statement, Ms. Seif said that she did not mean to endorse attacks on Israeli civilians in one of the tweets singled out by U.N. Watch, an angry reply to a message posted on Twitter by Amnesty International during Israel's Gaza offensive in ...
Human Rights Watch nominates prize candidate who advocated terrorism ...
Palestinian dad 'proud' of son who stabbed Israeli
Minutes later, his 21-year-old brother Salam stabbed an Israeli settler waiting at the Tapuah Junction in the West Bank, killing him before being shot and arrested by soldiers. Related: 'Incitement against Israel in PA is getting worse' · 'Your grand ...
Israel must remove new settler outpost in the West Bank
Israel shouldn't be allowed to discriminate against any US citizens
Israel's right-left split on Palestinian rights
Israel's Netanyahu says would put peace deal to referendum
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday he would put any peace deal with the Palestinians to a referendum, raising expectations that direct negotiations might soon resume following a two-year stalemate.
Arab move gives hope for peace talks: Israel's Livni - GlobalPost
Israel PM says 'conflict not about territory'
Livni, Kerry meet in bid to renew peace talks
The Times of Israel
Analysis: Israel prepares for the worst as militants eye Syria's chemical weapons
By Martin Fletcher, Correspondent, NBC News. News analysis. TEL AVIV – About 2,000 Israeli army reservists were woken in the middle of the night this week and instructed by recorded announcement to report immediately to the northern border with Syria.
Israel increasingly worried about Syria
Injured Syrian let into Israel for treatment
Israel's security cabinet meets on Syria
iENGAGE: Israel needs multiple chief rabbis
In a month or so, 150 rabbis and representatives of the public are set to vote on the future of Israel's rabbinate – ostensibly choosing between maintaining the current status quo, or opting for a more open-minded and publicly sensitive Orthodox leader.
Sex ed book in Hebrew for Israel's Orthodox Jews
The Albatross of Israel
Rand Paul Embraces Israel
National Review Online (blog)
Rand Paul is describing an episode from his trip to Israel in January: “I went to a Shabbat,” he tells me, “it was the first time I've ever done that, and I had a wonderful time. I went to the yeshiva, and all the young men were singing and dancing ...
The Daily Star
Clash of the titans: Ayalon vs Liberman in court
Neither Avigdor Liberman nor Danny Ayalon has been prime minister (yet), but between going from being the two top officials in Israel's foreign affairs to facing off in a dramatic battle at the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court that will determine not only ...
Israel's ex-foreign minister accused by former deputy
Lieberman snubs Ayalon's overture in court
Letters: Getting into and out of Israel
Los Angeles Times
Israel has the right and obligation to protect its citizens from harm. Contrary to George Bisharat's assertion, no "free pass" will be given to Israel to racially profile Americans entering that country if Congress includes Israel in the U.S visa ...
Cardin should put Maryland ahead of Israel
The Pro-Israel Lobby: Narratives, Not Money
The nature of the pro-Israel lobby's influence on the American political system has been raised again this year by senatorial confirmation hearings, policy conferences, sequestration, and White House initiatives. This influence is typically attributed ...
The Israel boycotters are the right wing's useful idiots
Church of Scotland Questions Right of Israel to Exist
Scottish Church to debate Jewish right to land of Israel
Israel's new shekel bills summon national demon
Quick recap for late joiners: Every 10 to 15 years, like every other central bank, the Bank of Israel issues a new set of bills to help prevent counterfeiting. As in many countries, these bills feature portraits of important political and cultural ...