The Times of Israel
Israel jails Arab citizen who briefly joined Syria's rebels
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel sentenced an Arab citizen to 30 months' imprisonment on Monday for endangering national security by briefly joining Syrian rebels fighting to topple President Bashar al-Assad. Hikmat Massarwa's case was unprecedented, and ...
Israeli Arab Sentenced to Prison After Joining Syrian Rebels
Israeli Arab sentenced to jail time after joining Syrian rebels
Israel reduces charges against Arab-Israeli who fought with Syria rebels
Delaware governor: Israel a beacon of stability
Israel is an “incredible beacon of stability” amid the current chaos on its borders, Delaware Gov. Jack A. Markell said on Monday. In an interview with The Jerusalem Post, Markell said during his visit to the country this week, he aims to explore ways ...
Bank of Israel Orders 50 Percent Cut in Bank Fees
Governor Markell meets with Shimon Peres in Israel to discuss enhancing their ...
Delaware governor meets with president of Israel
ClickSoftware Widens Discount to Peers: Israel Overnight
ClickSoftware Technologies Ltd. (CKSW)'s biggest plunge in 15 months widened the Israeli software developer's discount to global peers after it reported profit and revenue that trailed analysts' projections. The shares dropped 10 percent to $7.56 in ...
Market report / Tel Aviv extends gain on US jobs report
Sun: Israel Corp. lifts market
Israel's Matrix opens mobile app development centre in China
Zvi Shalgo, chief executive of PTL Group and chairman of the Israeli Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, said an increasing number of Israeli and international companies are opening development centers in China to leverage the knowledge of the target ...
State Dept. urges Kerry to present principles for talks
Leading voices inside the State Department are calling for US Secretary of State John Kerry to lay down a set of principles that Israel and the Palestinians would either have to accept or reject as a way of restarting the negotiations, diplomatic ...
Israel and Vatican close to signing Holy Land accord
Political Will Lacking For Israel-Palestine Peace
Israel must facilitate travel for Palestinian players, says FIFA president
Israel: From the eyes of America
For those who serve in the Israel Defense Forces, a popular life path includes exploring the world for six months to one year after service, coming back to Israel, going to college, seeking employment, marrying, and having children. This is what seems ...
Israel urged US not to halt aid to Egypt, says top American official
NGO slams destruction of Israeli exhibit in Germany
The female student destroyed last month a graphic novel exhibit by the Israeli artist Rutu Modan. The university's management has not disciplined the student and instead canceled the exhibit, “What Comics Can Do! – Recent Trends in Graphic Fiction.”.
Former PA minister: PM met secretly with senior PA official
Palestinians have insisted that they will hold direct talks with Israel only if it freezes all West Bank settlement activity and Jewish building in east Jerusalem and accepts a two-state solution based on the pre-1967 lines. Israel has refused to cede ...
In the Knesset : Ex - Terrorist Threatens War
Tom Walsh: Snyder bonds with Israel's Netanyahu during June trade trip
Detroit Free Press
LANSING — — How's this for a dramatic duo? Apparently Michigan's tough-nerd Gov. Rick Snyder really hit it off with Israel's tough-guy Prime Minister Benjamin (Bibi) Netanyahu, as the two men bonded over wonky stuff like cyber-security and ...
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Israel, worried about militant attacks, watches Egypt unrest closely
But analysts here also predict the growth of already-established militant organizations in Egypt's volatile Sinai Peninsula, which borders Israel on its northeast front. Ansar Bayt al-Maqdes, an Islamic militant group operating Sinai, claimed the ...
Removal of Islamist Morsi a source of hope in Israel
Israel May Even Miss Morsi
Gunmen attack Sinai checkpoints close to Israel border