New York Times
Across Forbidden Border, Doctors in Israel Quietly Tend to Syria's Wounded
New York Times
NAHARIYA, Israel — The 3-year-old girl cried “Mama, Mama” over and over as a stranger rocked her and tried to comfort her. She had been brought from Syria to the government hospital in this northern Israeli town five days earlier, her face blackened ...
Israeli-Palestinian riddle won't answer Middle East's wider woes
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which once transfixed the Arab world, has lost much of its resonance in a Middle East riven by religious strife, political upheaval and economic woes. News that the two sides had resumed peace talks last week after a ...
Messi and Barcelona mobbed on Israel arrival
Israel expands subsidies to settlements
Israel puts 91 Jewish settlements on priority spending list
Pro-Israel Group Attacks New York Times Times' Iran Correspondent
The story of Iranian President Hassan Rowhani's misquote—which Benjamin Netanyahu ran with, even after it was corrected, to build a case against Iran—deserves a coda. I thought the most curious response by a Washington pro-Israel group came from the ...
Can Iran and Israel's ancient collaborations in science be revived?
Israel formulating response to EU settlement guidelines before start of ...
The European Union is willing to discuss Israel's objections to its recently published “settlement guidelines,” but its degree of flexibility on the matter is unclear, and Israel needs to draw its own “red lines,” a senior Israeli official said Monday ...
Israel's National Security Council to discuss EU cooperation in wake of ...
Israel considers boycott of EU research programme
The Times of Israel
Governor Fiasco Hasn't Hurt Bank of Israel, Policy Maker Says
The bungled appointment of the Bank of Israel's next governor has not affected the central bank's operations, a member of its monetary policy panel said, offering reassurance to markets the vital institution is in good hands. Last week, not one but two ...
Search for Bank of Israel chairman intensifies
Bank of Israel saga starting to have international impact
Netanyahu's Bank of Israel Succession Bungle Stokes Shekel Surge
Exclusive: In an ICU on the Israel-Syria border, 'we're seeing war on these kids'
NAHARIYA, Israel — On Thursday, four out of six beds in the pediatric intensive care unit at the Western Galilee Hospital were filled. In one bed was an 8-year-old Ethiopian boy who'd been mauled by a hyena, half his head caught in the animal's jaws.
No holds barred: A week in Israel with Dr. Oz
He praised Israel constantly, from lauding its treatment of its minority citizens at our joint lecture at Rambam hospital in Haifa, to noting Israel's phenomenal medical breakthroughs at several news conferences, to highlighting his amazement at Israel ...
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Foreign Ministry official to hold 'meeting' in Israel's virtual Persian Gulf ...
Official Twitter channel of the virtual Israeli embassy to GCC countries Photo: Twitter. It is no secret that Israel has various degrees of communication, commerce and cooperation with the Persian Gulf countries. It is also no secret that all this ...
Report: Iran arrests alleged spy for Israel
He then faced trial for reportedly providing intelligence about Iran to Israel. The unidentified man had allegedly passed on sensitive information to the Israeli Embassy in Thailand. According to Iran's Press TV, the alleged spy had intended to provide ...
Iran Arrests Man Who 'Spied' for Israel
Iran Arrests Man on Charges of Spying for Israel
Iran-Israel Alliance of Nations
Outstanding reservists honored by Ya'alon, Peres
Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon, speaking at the annual awards ceremony for outstanding units of reservists, said the prize is being allocated at a time of change both at home and beyond Israel's borders. “It is a period in which security forces are ...
Ya'alon: Enemy cannot match us in number of tanks, jets