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Israeli government tight-lipped as events unfold in Egypt - Washington Post Thu, 04 Jul 2013 23:04:23 GMT

Washington Post

Israeli government tight-lipped as events unfold in Egypt
Washington Post
JERUSALEM — Israel's government remained conspicuously quiet Thursday about the Egyptian military's ouster of Mohamed Morsi from the country's presidency, as Egyptians continued either celebrating or lamenting the removal of the democratically ...
'Arab Spring is not over yet': Israel watches Egypt warilyNBCNews.com (blog)
Blasts heard near Israel-Egypt border: policeFox News
Israel keeps low-profile on Egypt crisis, focuses on security concernsHaaretz
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Israel keeps wary eye on Egypt - USA TODAY Fri, 05 Jul 2013 02:53:24 GMT

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Israel keeps wary eye on Egypt
USA TODAY
"A lot of people were afraid that Morsi, a Muslim Brother and a Sunni, so like-minded to Hamas, would be lenient" toward Hamas violence against Israel, "but that hasn't transpired," said Ruth Wasserman Lande, a former deputy chief of mission at the ...
Interim Egyptian president installed, Israel quiet and cautiousJewish Telegraphic Agency
Morsi's fallJerusalem Post
US aid cut to Egypt worries IsraelPress TV
Haaretz -Arutz Sheva -The Times of Israel
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Israel Warily Watches Egypt Turmoil - Wall Street Journal Wed, 03 Jul 2013 20:38:51 GMT

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 ...


Israel and Palestine - The Economist Thu, 04 Jul 2013 15:41:11 GMT

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Israel and Palestine
The Economist
“TRUST us,” say the Americans seeking an Israeli-Palestinian agreement leading to two states. But few people do. John Kerry, the American secretary of state, has little to show for shuttling around the region in five trips in the past three months ...
Israel's Top Authors Protest Plans to Evict Cave DwellersBloomberg
Alicia Keys: Breaking the cultural logjam in IsraelReuters Blogs (blog)
EU Loses Patience With IsraelAl-Monitor
Arutz Sheva -The Times of Israel -Ma'an News Agency
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Newspaper apologizes for printing cartoon showing Israel as 'Moloch' - Jerusalem Post Thu, 04 Jul 2013 10:56:04 GMT

The Times of Israel

Newspaper apologizes for printing cartoon showing Israel as 'Moloch'
Jerusalem Post
The refusal of the paper to admit it crossed the pale both with the visual of a devil like creature and a caption comparing Israel to a children-devouring monster is another such example of a refusal to deal with the reality of mainstream classic anti ...
German newspaper expresses regret over cartoon depicting Israel as ravenous ...Fox News
German paper apologizes for running anti-Israel cartoonIsrael Hayom
'Anti-Semitic' drawing in German paper: Israel a 'voracious Moloch'Ynetnews
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Islamist gunmen stage multiple attacks on Egyptian forces in Sinai - Jerusalem Post Fri, 05 Jul 2013 00:52:03 GMT

Islamist gunmen stage multiple attacks on Egyptian forces in Sinai
Jerusalem Post
Attackers fire rocket-propelled grenades at Egyptian army checkpoints guarding El-Arish airport close to border with Gaza, Israel; 1 soldier killed and 2 wounded when Rafah police station comes under rocket fire. Egyptian soldier guards checkpoint in ...

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Israel: Stop judicial 'bullying' of Palestinian activists - Amnesty International Thu, 04 Jul 2013 18:03:47 GMT

Israel: Stop judicial 'bullying' of Palestinian activists
Amnesty International
Amnesty International has accused the Israeli authorities of bullying and judicial harassment of Nariman Tamimi, a Palestinian rights activist who was placed under partial house arrest today to prevent her taking part in peaceful protests while she ...

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Concerned but quiet, Israel watches Egypt with an anxious eye - Jerusalem Post Thu, 04 Jul 2013 10:04:52 GMT

Concerned but quiet, Israel watches Egypt with an anxious eye
Jerusalem Post
Israel likes the knowable, even if the knowable, the stability, is based on fundamentally bad actors. Take Syrian President Bashar Assad and his father, Hafez, for example. These are evil men who caused Israel countless headaches and much suffering.


Waze could lead way to Israeli Internet growth - USA TODAY Thu, 04 Jul 2013 18:17:13 GMT

Waze could lead way to Israeli Internet growth
USA TODAY
JERUSALEM (AP) — The billion-dollar sale of navigation company Waze to Google may finally be putting Israel on the map as a major player in consumer Internet innovation. Israel's high-tech sector has been dominated by firms that made products for ...


'Israel should invest gas revenues in human capital at home rather than in ... - Jerusalem Post Thu, 04 Jul 2013 19:16:50 GMT

Center for Research on Globalization

'Israel should invest gas revenues in human capital at home rather than in ...
Jerusalem Post
To maximize the socioeconomic potential of the public revenues generated by the country's natural gas finds, Israel should invest these profits not in a speculative foreign fund as planned but instead in domestic human capital, a prominent ...
Will Israel's Gas Hopes Come True? Accused of Stealing Gas from the Gaza StripCenter for Research on Globalization

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