Bank of Israel Lowers Rate Again After Surprise Mid-May Cut
The Bank of Israel cut the benchmark lending rate for a second time this month to cap currency gains and spur the economy. Governor Stanley Fischer and the monetary policy panel pared borrowing costs by another 0.25 percentage point to 1.25 percent ...
The Times of Israel
Israel searches for evidence of rocket reportedly fired from Lebanon
By John Newland, Staff Writer, NBC News. Israeli soldiers were scouring the northern part of the country Monday after reports that a rocket was fired toward the area from southern Lebanon. Lebanese and Israeli media, citing security sources in both ...
IDF scales back search for rocket near Metulla
IDF: Rocket fired from Lebanon did not land in Israel
Israel probes possible attack from Lebanon
AP Interview: Israel's deputy FM is West Bank settler and proud of it
JERUSALEM – Zeev Elkin has faced a wave of criticism since he was made the de facto chief of Israel's Foreign Ministry two months ago: He isn't prepared for compromise with the Palestinians. He doesn't speak English well enough. He is a West Bank ...
Israel settlements in West Bank grew to 1977 acres in 2012
The future of Israel's fashion industry lies in the West Bank
Erekat: Israelis want peace, PM must be convinced
Israel Chemicals Calls Government Policies Bad for Investment
Israel Chemicals Ltd. (ICL), a takeover target for Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. earlier this year, said uncertainty surrounding government policies risks driving away foreign investors. Potash scrapped its proposed bid two weeks after Israeli ...
Israel Chemicals: Gov't seen as unreliable
Israel probes blast near Lebanese border
A rocket was fired from south Lebanon towards Israel, Lebanese security sources said, and residents of a northern Israeli town reported hearing a blast. Israeli forces and UN troops investigated the area near the Lebanese border early on Monday but did ...
Report: Rocket fired from Lebanon toward Israel
Rocket fired from Lebanon towards Israel
Analysis: Rocket attack on Hezbollah a turning point
Israeli Haredim rebel against army draft plan
Jerusalem, Israel - Entering an ultra-Orthodox, or Haredim, neighbourhood in West Jerusalem is like entering another Israel - one where religious observance, family, and a separation from non-Orthodox people take precedence over everything else.
Will new US policy hinder Israel's war on terror?
Ready or not, Israel's relatively free hands in conducting its war on terror may finally be tied. Since September 11, 2001, the United States's much more aggressive approach to combating terror has often provided Israel with a blanket of immunity. Even ...
Israel key to Berlin Hezbollah terror label
The Merkel administration has long vehemently rejected Israel's request to ban Hezbollah from the EU. Last week, German diplomats issued a statement reversing the country's longstanding policy toward the Lebanese Shi'ite militia: “In the light of ...
Israel coalition wobbles over proposed military service law
Military service exemptions are at the heart of a national debate in Israel over privileges enjoyed by the ultra-Orthodox, who have long wielded political influence in a country where coalition governments have often depended on their support. "Any ...
Palestinian Authority negotiator: Israel's P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu to blame ...
As Israel tries to draft more Haredim, the ones already signed up take the heat
PA negotiator: Netanyahu the 'one person' hindering peace
Israel supplies Gaza hospitals with killer gas
The Ministry of Health in Gaza said Israel, which is the sole supplier of nitrous oxide gas to Gaza hospitals, gave them carbon dioxide gas posing as nitrous oxide. Four patients have died after inhaling carbon dioxide instead of nitrous oxide during ...
Israel "legalized" West Bank settlements covering 1821 acres in 2012: report
Torture and Human Rights Violations in Israel and Palestine
'EU must urge Israel to curb settlements in W. Bank'