Wall Street Journal- India
Israel to Revamp Army for New Risks
Wall Street Journal- India
TEL AVIV—Israel's military plans to downsize its conventional firepower such as tanks and artillery to focus on countering threats from guerrilla warfare and to boost its technological prowess, in a recognition that the Middle East turmoil has ...
Banned in Arab world, Lebanese filmmaker's 'The Attack' premieres in Israel
Column one: Misrepresenting American Jewry
Israel urges US not to freeze Egypt aid: report
Obama's Egypt Policy: The Israel Factor
Israel is the prime reason why Egypt has for nearly 25 years been the second-largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid. (The top recipient is–you guessed it–Israel.) American largesse began flowing to Cairo in 1979, after Egypt's then-president, Anwar ...
Israel must build 10000 new W. Bank homes: minister
JERUSALEM (AFP) – Israel is ready to "immediately" build 10,000 homes in the West Bank and east Jerusalem to lower housing costs, Housing Minister Uri Ariel was quoted as saying on Thursday. "To immediately alleviate the housing crisis we must ...
Amnesty accuses Israel of judicial bullying
Palestinian groups decry meeting between PLO, Israel as 'normalization'
Israel's Ethnic Cleansing Zones
Israel set to streamline military forces: Yaalon
JERUSALEM (AFP) – Israel's military is set to change to increase its "technological advantage" over other regional armies, Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon said on Thursday, while cutting away at costly traditional field forces. "We are facing a ...
With budget cuts, the IDF is taking a calculated risk with Israel's security
Ya'alon: IDF cuts 'revolutionary', will produce new army
Military outlines reform plan for smaller, smarter IDF
Reading Israel's New U.S. Ambassador
Judging by the headlines—“Israel names Romney backer to be ambassador to Washington,” “Israel's next U.S. envoy: Right-wing neo-con with close ties to Bush family”—Ron Dermer's greatest sin is that he didn't support Barack Obama's reelection.
Israel's New Man in Washington - by Michael Koplow
Meet Ron Dermer, Israel's new ambassador to the US
Oren: Netanyahu 'certainly' capable of handling Iran threat
Israel admits holding second secret prisoner
Israel is holding a second unidentified security prisoner in conditions of extreme secrecy, according to court documents released this week in relation to Prisoner X, the Australian-Israeli secret agent who hanged himself in jail in 2010 and whose case ...
Report: Israel Is Holding A Second 'Prisoner X' For 'More Severe Crimes'
Israel holds 'Prisoner X2' on 'much more grave' charges
2nd 'Prisoner X' in isolation in Israel prison: media
Fresh out of Foreign Ministry, Ayalon joins private 'hasbara' field
Make way, The Israel Project. Yet another private hasbara (public diplomacy) initiative was launched recently to spread “the truth” about Israel. Indeed, this one is actually called “The Truth About Israel,” and is headed by former deputy foreign ...
Powder Room in Parliament? Israelis Scoff
New York Times
JERUSALEM — At first blush, it seemed simple enough: With a record number of women recently elected to Israel's Parliament, one of them suggested, why not set aside a room for them to freshen up during long days of lawmaking, perhaps pooling personal ...
Israel enjoys best-ever showing at youth world science championships
Four students helped Israel achieve its best-ever showing at the world's leading computer science competition, which concluded on Wednesday in Brisbane, Australia. The Israeli team claimed four medals at the International Olympiad in Informatics ...
Israeli computer whiz kids bring home the gold