Israel says Iran is accelerating nuclear quest
JERUSALEM — Saying the United States and the world are being misled by a false face into thinking that Iran has a more moderate leader, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday charged that Iran is not only continuing its nuclear program ...
Israel claims Iran expanding uranium enrichment despite new president
Israel says Iran upping enrichment despite Rowhani election
Iran's new president prompts renewed threats by Israel
Four Israeli soldiers injured in explosion on Israel-Lebanon border
The soldiers were involved in "an activity near the border," an Israeli military spokesman said about the nighttime incident, without providing details about their exact location or what caused the explosion. Four soldiers were wounded and taken to ...
Academic Israel Programs and Their Critics
It's not unusual for diasporic communities to work to maintain a positive image of their ancestral homeland abroad. Nor is it unusual for them to sponsor educational and other kinds of trips to it. When it comes to Israel, though, everything about such ...
No More Waitlists for Birthright Israel Trips?
Jewish Agency Seeks To Boost Sky-High Birthright Israel Participation Even More
Birthright Trips to Israel Could Double to Nearly 40K Under Plan
Iran's new president prompts renewed Israeli threats
Los Angeles Times
JERUSALEM -- Alarmed by the prospects of renewed U.S.-Iran negotiations and suggestions that the new Islamic leadership might chart a more moderate path, Israel is ramping up its threat to take unilateral military action against Iran's nuclear program.
Israel Developed Market Turns Into Be Careful for What Is Wished
Israel won the approval of the world's arbiter for global stock markets three years ago, when MSCI Inc. promoted the country to the ranks of developed nations from emerging. Instead of a blessing, it's turned into a curse. As part of the MSCI Emerging ...
Earnings reports dominate trading on Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
Critics question objectivity, credibility of New York Times's Israel correspondent
Washington Free Beacon
Update: The New York Times appended a correction to Rudoren's story Wednesday afternoon following this report. The correction states in part, “An earlier version of this article misstated the United States' view of the West Bank settlements seized by ...
Israel's High Court to rule on petition against releasing Palestinian prisoners
NYT Gets US Position on Israel Wrong, Reveals Additional Animus
Jewish Voice for Peace seeks to divide and conquer support for Israel
Analysis || Blast that wounded four Israeli soldiers plays into Hezbollah's hands
Israel, as has been its wont lately, is volunteering very little information about the location and nature of the incident that occurred on Wednesday morning near the Lebanese border, in which four Golani Brigade infantry soldiers were injured. The ...
Lebanese army: Israeli soldiers wounded in Lebanon
Four soldiers injured by explosion on Lebanese border
Four Israeli soldiers injured in blast at Lebanese border
Lebanese military says Israeli troops crossed into Lebanon, were wounded in ...
BEIRUT — The Lebanese military said a group of Israeli soldiers crossed the border into Lebanon and were wounded in an unspecified explosion early Wednesday — a rare incident along the heavily guarded and volatile frontier. The Israeli side appeared ...
China and Israel set to expand cooperation in sci-tech to boost their economies
The ambassador, who was born in Nanjing and holds advanced degrees in law in addition to her bachelor of arts degree, told Peri that cooperation in these fields between the two countries will benefit both her own giant country and the small State of ...
'China Interested in Israeli Culture'
Multinational R&D emerges as main source of Israeli innovation
Innovation is what gives Israel's high-tech industry much of its competitive edge, propelling local companies to the forefront of technology, while also attracting investment and partnership from global firms. Tracking patent registration gives a fair ...