New York Times (blog)
Trying to Revive Mideast Peace Talks, Kerry Finds a Conflicted Israel
New York Times (blog)
By JODI RUDOREN. Published: June 18, 2013. JERUSALEM — The intractable Israeli-Palestinian conflict can be seen as a trio of conflicts. World Twitter Logo. Connect With Us on Twitter. Follow @nytimesworld for international breaking news and headlines.
Arab village latest target of political vandalism in Israel
Israel has frozen new building in settlements: minister
These 'build build build' comments go to the heart of Israel's problems
Analysis: Iran's shock election result sets a challenge to Israel
Israel – and many in the West – have been deeply concerned about Iran's growing ability to process its own uranium. It argues that Iran is on the verge of being able to produce enough to make its own nuclear weapon. The fact that controversial outgoing ...
Netanyahu: Israel won't accept less than total halt of Iran's nuclear enrichment
US Senate unfazed on sanctions after Rohani win
Iranian Election Results Good for Israel?
In Israel, mixed signals on prospect for peace with Palestinians
JERUSALEM — As the United States seeks to revive Middle East peace talks, the coalition government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has become a babel of voices whose members issue contradictory statements, sometimes hourly, declaring ...
Iran's bomb, Israel's settlements: Can you spot the differences? (A Self-Test)
Netanyahu seeking foreign BOI governor
Ben Bernanke May Be Heading To Israel As Netanyahu's Appointee For Head of ...
Barbra Streisand gets honorary degree in Israel
JERUSALEM (AP) — Singer Barbra Streisand received an honorary doctorate of philosophy at Hebrew University today, then promptly waded into one of Israel's touchiest issues: Jewish religious practices that separate men and women. Even as she warmly ...
Streisand slams treatment of women in Israel
In Israel, Streisand slams treatment of women
In Israel, Streisand criticizes treatment of women
Soccer-Platini praises Israel as Spain take spoils once again
JERUSALEM, June 19 (Reuters) - Israel came in for warm praise from European soccer's supremo Michel Platini as the Euro Under-21 soccer championships ended with Spain thrashing Italy 4-2 to retain the title. "The stadiums were wonderful and well ...
Will U-21 experience bode well for future of Israeli sport?
Israel skeptical new Iran president can ease tensions
Although Rowhani was the candidate least tied to the current regime, he "still defines the state of Israel as 'the great Zionist Satan,' " Netanyahu said. In addition, Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, not its president, determines nuclear ...
Iranian discontent unlikely to bring nuclear change: Israel
Israel's Netanyahu cautions against seeing big change in Iran
Moderate Iranian Leader Could Hinder Israel
New York Times
A-List Celebration Traces Leader's Trajectory, and Israel's
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Barbra Streisand did not, as many here had been hoping or openly joking about, don a white fur coat and purr, “Happy birthday, Mr. President.” Instead, Ms. Streisand offered a pleading rendition of “Avinu Malkeinu,” a hymn from the Yom ...
Barbra Streisand courts controversy in Israel before Shimon Peres party
Peres: The Israel and Palestine of tomorrow can offer our children a ray of hope
The closest thing to royalty in Israel
The IRS vs. Pro-Israel Groups
National Review Online (blog)
Applications of pro-Israel groups for tax-exempt status are routinely routed to an antiterrorism unit within the Internal Revenue Service for additional screening, according to the testimony of a Cincinnati-based IRS agent. Asked whether Jewish or pro ...
Arens: Israel does not need US aid
The more than $3 billion in annual foreign aid that Israel receives from the United States is not essential for the country's survival, former foreign minister Moshe Arens said on Tuesday at a meeting launching a Knesset caucus on US-Israel relations.
Meet The Husband and Wife Novelists Talking Israel to The Christian Right
The panel “Standing with Israel: A Moral and Strategic Imperative” at Ralph Reed's Faith and Freedom Coalition conference last week in Washington featured an odd combination of speakers. Brock and Bodie Thoene, self-described authors of 65 works of ...