New York Times
Service Brings Scorn to Israel's Ultra-Orthodox Enlistees
New York Times
As the Israeli government presses ahead with plans to enlist young Haredi men and phase out their wholesale exemption from the country's mandatory military service, hard-line elements in the ultra-Orthodox community are fighting back by ostracizing the ...
Cabinet expected to approve Haredi IDF draft reforms
International Business Times
As Egypt Roils, Israel Watches - by Oren Kessler
Foreign Policy (blog)
"Israeli officials most dread the prospect of an Islamist president," I wrote in these pages in the lead-up to Mohamed Morsy's victory, when the Muslim Brotherhood candidate appeared to be a frontrunner. A year later, now that Egypt's military has ...
Israel Sees a Chance for More Reliable Ties With Egypt and a Weakening of ...
Israel Silent On Morsi's Ouster In Egypt; Officials Express Concerns In Private
Public Security Minister: Morsi ouster blow to Hamas in Gaza
Israeli man killed in Bourne hit-and-run will return to Israel for burial
The Israeli man killed in a hit-and-run accident on the Sagamore Bridge in Bourne Thursday will be sent back to Israel for burial within a few days, Israel's consul general to New England said. Amnon Bogomolsky's former wife landed in Boston and ...
Sagamore Crash Victim From Israel
Report: Kerry plan calls for settlement freeze, prisoner release
There has been no formal announcement of terms for renewed talks, but there have been repeated media reports of the possibility that Israel would release Palestinian prisoners and/or agree to some kind of a settlement freeze. According to Al-Hayat, the ...
Kerry returning to region, hoping to narrow gaps between Israel, Palestinians
Kerry's peace plan includes 'settlement freeze outside major blocs'
Lebanese film The Attack falls foul of Israel ban
There is no shortage of coming attractions in the cinemas of Lebanon this summer. And there is something for everyone. In the cool, dark, air-conditioned multiplexes of Beirut and beyond you will find posters advertising the super-hero status of The ...
Muslim student in Germany destroys Israeli exhibit
In a commentary in the left-liberal website Taz on Thursday, journalist Pascal Beucker attributed the June 24 attack on the exhibit “to an anti- Israel, if not anti-Semitic, motive.” German media declined to name the Muslim student. Beucker noted that ...
Reuters Blogs (blog)
Israel debates 'price-tag' attacks on Muslims
ABU GHOSH, Israel — Ibrahim Hamza was up before first light. When he went out to his truck, he thought it was a simple flat tire. But it didn't take long for Hamza, from one of the founding Muslim families who settled this village west of Jerusalem ...
Report: Kerry plan to include prisoner release, settlement freeze
Poll: Israelis Don't Believe Peace with PA is Possible
Israel and Palestine
Israeli government tight-lipped as events unfold in Egypt
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 ...
ElBaradei appointment as interim Egypt PM hits snag
Israel keeps wary eye on Egypt
Israel's Reviled Strategic Wisdom
What 'World War Z' says about Israel
“Still, when it comes to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict — and, for that matter, conflict in general — 'World War Z” offers what seems like at least one clear takeaway. The most aggressive policy won't be useful in the face of a serious threat. A ...
Is Brad Pitt's 'World War Z' pro-Israel?