Bringing Israel's Ultra-Orthodox Into Start-Up Nation
Forbes Digital Download (blog)
Palestinians and Israeli Arabs aren't the only ones playing catch-up in Startup Nation. Israel's ultra-Orthodox (haredi, in Hebrew), who for decades have cut themselves off from larger society, are jumping in. Like those first two groups, the haredim ...
Ultra-Orthodox Candidates Elected as Israel's Chief Rabbis
New York Times
JERUSALEM — In a victory for the ultra-Orthodox political parties that were shut out of Israel's governing coalition this year, two candidates they backed were elected as Israel's chief rabbis on Wednesday, defeating a rabbi who had promised, in an ...
Ultra-Orthodox again elected as Israel's two chief rabbis
Israel elects new chief rabbis
Haredim Yosef and Lau elected chief rabbis of Israel
Blacklist makes EU complicit in any Israel raid: Hezbollah
"These (European) states have made themselves fully responsible for any Israeli attack on Lebanon or Lebanon's resistance (Hezbollah) or any target of the resistance," Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah said in a televised speech. The statement is ...
Hezbollah's Nasrallah: Why didn't EU blacklist Israel's military wing, the IDF?
Israel, US dictated EU move on Hezbollah: Nasrallah
Blacklist makes EU complicit in any Israel raid
Positively PosiTeam: A Glimpse Inside Cisco-Israel's Training Of Palestinian ...
Tamkeen in Arabic means “empowerment” (or “enablement”) — thus the perfect name for a business initiative that the Israel office of Cisco Systems has been funding and operating for the past two years for Palestinian entrepreneurs. While the program's ...
Fox ad removed from Ramallah mall
Israel and Yemen Meet in Brooklyn for Brunch With Einat Admony
New York Times (blog)
“I love attention,” Einat Admony said. She had just pulled up to the curb on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn on a Bazooka-pink Vespa. She is not one to make a shy entrance. The funny and feisty chef parked the scooter beneath a street lamp with a ...
Prosor: Delegitimization campaign against Israel 'Chinese torture'
WASHINGTON – Israeli Ambassador to the UN Ron Prosor thanked a gathering of pro- Israel pastors in Washington on Tuesday for their grassroots and political support, warning that the Jewish state faced tough days ahead as the region's future became ...
Israel Angered by US Leaks of Submarine Missile Attack on Syria
Report: Assad Approached Israel for Alawite Safe Haven
Israel threatens to attack Syria
The Times of Israel
Israel's Netanyahu urges greater pressure on Iran
JERUSALEM (AFP) – Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday urged greater pressure on Iran over its nuclear programme as he met Japan's Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida in Jerusalem. "I think we need to increase the pressure on Iran.
Palestinian envoy to United Nations slams Israel for 'war crimes'
Bennett pledges to continue settlement construction
Israel Economist Shows Arab Women Want Day Care
Cultural concerns don't necessarily stop Israel's Arab women from working, the lack of affordable day care does. Longer maternity leave for Austrian women might keep them in the labor force longer. And girls in areas of India with more sex-selection ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
Israel, Palestine Backers Grudgingly Accept Indyk As Peace Talk Mediator
Foreign Policy (blog)
As the White House pins down a date in the coming weeks for the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks in Washington, Martin Indyk has emerged as a frontrunner to lead the negotiations for the United States. Perhaps it's a good sign for the ...
Martin Indyk's ties to New Israel Fund raise concern over impartiality as ...
The Times of Israel
Pro-Israel groups slam US court decision on Jerusalem passports
WASHINGTON – Jewish and pro-Israel groups in the United States are expressing outrage over a federal appeals court decision on Monday that confirmed the inability of American citizens born in Jerusalem to list Israel as their birthplace on their passports.
Court: Law designating 'Israel' as birthplace unconstitutional
US Appeals Court Rejects 'Jerusalem, Israel' on Passport
US appeals court: Americans born in Jerusalem not from 'Israel'