Israel Warily Watches Egypt Turmoil
Wall Street Journal
While the military is the one government institution that coordinates with Israel regularly and is seen as a short-term stabilizing force, there is also an acknowledgment that whatever government emerges might not be ready to face the country's ...
Analysis: Mubarak's redemption
Israel agrees to Egypt troop movements in Sinai as ultimatum to Morsi nears
Are the Mass Protests in Egypt Good for Israel?
Israel's Secret Uranium Buy
Foreign Policy (blog)
In mid-July 1964, the State Department and the CIA sent a joint message asking the U.S. embassies in Argentina and Israel to check out an unverified intelligence report. They wanted to know whether the Argentines had agreed to sell Israel some 80-100 ...
Israel's Top Authors Protest Plans to Evict Cave Dwellers
Palestinian cave dwellers in the West Bank won support from an unexpected corner this week when Amos Oz and other Israeli writers protested against Israeli government plans to evict them. “In a reality of ongoing occupation, of solid cynicism and ...
Controversial 'Rachel Corrie' play ignites debate over freedom of speech
PA, Israel from joint economic committees
BDS roundup: mounting calls on Alicia Keys to cancel Israel show
In Israel, Unearthing A Bed Of Flowers For Eternal Rest
If you died 55,000 years ago in the lands east of the Mediterranean, you'd be lucky to be buried in an isolated pit with a few animal parts thrown in. But new archaeological evidence shows that by about 12,000 years ago, you might have gotten a flower ...
Oldest grave flowers unearthed in Israel
Oldest grave decorated with flowers found in Israel
Israeli graves unearth earliest use of flowers at funerals
Israel keeping a wary eye on Egypt
Egypt's military leader suspends the constitution, appoints interim head of state. And that's the inherent danger – from Israel's point of view – regarding what is happening in Egypt right now. No one knows what forces will be unleashed, or where they ...
Israel keeping arm's length from Egyptian unrest
UN humanitarian official urges Israel to lift crippling restrictions on Gaza
Israel nervously watching Egyptian turmoil
Why is Kerry spending his time in Israel?
Barak Ravid of the progressive daily Haaretz dubbed the secretary of state “naive” and “ham-handed” for his efforts. His colleague Ari Shavit concluded bluntly that there was “no serious Israeli or Palestinian who thinks that the Kerry approach would ...
Poll: 10% of Israelis believe peace talks will resume
Israel speaks in many voices
Israel cannot live by the sword forever
Israel's Startup Culture Lures MBAs
With a burgeoning high-tech startup industry, Israel is quickly becoming a hot new destination for MBA entrepreneurs. Israel & Co., a nonprofit organization that helps plan trips to Israel for graduate and undergraduate students, says the number of ...
Netanyahu: There's no place Israel can't reach
Netanyahu warned that “the threats we faced 37 years ago continue, and today I say there is no place the long arm of the State of Israel cannot reach and will not reach in order to defend the country.” Related: Yonatan Netanyahu's odyssey: From Harvard ...
German Paper Expresses Regret Over Israel Cartoon
A German newspaper has expressed regret after publishing a cartoon that appeared to depict the state of Israel as a ravenous monster. Munich-based Sueddeutsche Zeitung says the picture appeared Tuesday alongside two reviews of books about Israel.
Israel's Ambassador condemns 'anti-Semitic' German cartoon
'Anti-Semitic' drawing in German paper: Israel a 'voracious Moloch'
German Newspaper Depicts Israel as ' Ravenous Monster '
Israel Chemicals Moves Dead Sea Salt for $1 Billion
At Israel's southern Dead Sea pools, where visitors bob in water so dense with salt they float, David Zvida gestures toward hotels lining the coast. Standing at one of the world's top tourist destinations, where travelers are told King David once took ...