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In 'Aliyah,' a Trip From France to Israel Is Dangerous
New York Times (blog)
When Alex is given an opportunity to start life over in Tel Aviv as a restaurateur in business with a cousin who has just returned from completing his military service in Israel, he seizes on it. (The movie's title refers to the term for immigration to ...
Israel's PM opens historic exhibit at Auschwitz
OSWIECIM, Poland (AP) — Standing in front of a former prisoner block at the infamous Auschwitz death camp, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused the world Thursday of not doing enough to stop the Holocaust and said Israel can only rely on ...
Israel's PM gives defiant speech at Auschwitz
PM: Israel ready to defend against another Holocaust
At Auschwitz, Netanyahu vows Israel will do everything to prevent another ...
The Syrian War: Israel and US Coordinating How to Target Assad's Arsenal
52 days after an Israeli general publicly declared that Syria has used chemical weapons against rebels, the Obama administration reached the same conclusion, and used the finding to justify announcing it would send small arms to the side of the victims.
Obama urges CIA to arm Syrian opposition
Joint US-Israeli contingency plan: '18 chemical targets in Syria'
'US and Israel aim for Hezbollah in Syria'
German neo-Nazis submit anti-Israel legislation
The revelation last week that an anti-Israel bill from the mainstream left-liberal Green Party in the Federal Bundestag mirrors, in key provisions, the language of a far-right party stirred criticism from Israeli and German experts on modern anti ...
Lapid, PA counterpart set to meet
Finance Minister Yair Lapid will meet on Sunday with his Palestinian counterpart, Shukri Bishara, picking up the previous government's process of economic cooperation that ended in November 2012, prior to Israel's national elections. In the meeting ...
Palestine decries Israel's new outposts plan
UN chief 'deeply concerned' by Israel's continuing West Bank settlement expansion
If Israel's settlers get their way, hopes for peace will be buried beneath the ...
Egypt detains man suspected of spying for Israel
CAIRO (Reuters) - Authorities in Egypt have detained an Egyptian man suspected of spying for Israel, the state news agency said on Saturday. He is believed to have been recruited by the Israeli spy agency Mossad in 2011, the agency reported. The state ...
Egypt arrests man for 'spying for Israel'
Man detained over alleged pro-Israel espionage
Egypt arrests man accused of spying for Israel
Analysis: What does the election of Rohani mean?
In an interview with the Arabic newspaper Asharq Al- Awsat published on Thursday, Rohani said that “Iran has an exclusively peaceful nuclear program,” and the campaign against Iran “is being fueled and directed first and foremost by Israel, in order to ...
Israel responds coolly to outcome of Iranian presidential election
Israel: Khameini Decides on Nukes, No One Else
US tells Iran to respect its people's will after election
Blockage of foie gras import ban sparks outrage
The government banned the practice of force-feeding waterfowl in Israel about a decade ago after the High Court of Justice in 2003 deemed it to be abusive, but the import and sale of the product is still legal. In addition to Lipman, 20 Knesset members ...
Israel's modern-day feminists
USING METHODS similar to those of the communists, contemporary “elite” groups in Israel attempt to govern our thinking, utilizing modern-day feminists, who, following communism's fall from grace, now in large measure determine our current public ...
Why Shimon Peres Doesn't Think the Arab Spring Is Over
Jerusalem—On Thursday, on the eve of his 90th birthday, Israel's President Shimon Peres spoke to Lally Weymouth and reflected on developments in Israel, Syria, Iran, Egypt, and elsewhere in the region. Then he turned to discussing peace between Israel ...
Ya'alon: Iranian elections will not bring change
Israel urges tougher Iran sanctions whoever wins vote
Israel: Elections in Iran will not bring change