Israel calls Iranian president's nuclear comments deceptive
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel said on Thursday a U.S. television interview in which Iranian President Hassan Rouhani pledged that Tehran would never develop nuclear weapons was an Iranian attempt to deceive the world. "One must not be fooled by the ...
EXCLUSIVE: Iran president blames Israel for 'instability,' calls for peace
Red Lines and Green Lights: Israel still angling for attack on Syria and Iran
Israel pushes world not to be deceived by Rouhani as he takes 'charm offensive ...
New York Times
Let's Be Honest About Israel's Nukes
New York Times
THE recent agreement between the United States and Russia on Syria's chemical weapons made clear what should have been obvious long ago: President Obama's effort to uphold international norms against weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East ...
Coming Clean on Chemical Weapons
Israel's Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Weapons Threaten World Peace
Iran's Rouhani says wants peace, blames Israel for region's 'instability'
Rouhani called Israel "an occupier, a usurper government that does injustice to the people of the region" and said it "has brought instability to the region with its war-mongering policies." But when asked further about Israel, Rouhani also said: "What ...
New York Times
Israel Weighs Response to a Ruling Limiting Detentions of Migrants
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Israeli lawmakers grappled on Tuesday with new questions of how to deal with the tens of thousands of migrants from Africa who have entered the country illegally, now that Israel's Supreme Court has overturned a law allowing the ...
Israeli court ends instant three-year detention for African migrants
Israel strikes down law targeting African migrants
Israel cannot detain African migrants for up to three years without trial ...
Palestinian Envoy Blasts Israel Claim in West Bank
Israel's demand to keep control of the West Bank's Jordan Valley for 40 more years in the event of a peace deal is driven by economic interests, not security concerns, the chief Palestinian negotiator said Thursday. Saeb Erekat made the comments during ...
Palestinians say Israel acts risk scuppering peace talks
New York Times Israel Correction Needs a Correction
Palestine envoy blasts Israel claim in West Bank
Anti-Semitism in the guise of Holocaust education?
Jewish groups criticized Belgian educational authorities this week after a government-funded website was discovered hosting lesson plans comparing Israelis to Nazis. A lesson plan on the klascement.be database included a cartoon comparing ...
Report: Belgian government website compared Israel to Nazi Germany
Belgian ministry's fleeting moments of truth about Israel
Belgian education ministry website publishes vicious cartoon
Israel plans to allow 70 truckloads a day of private sector building material ...
Israel intends to significantly increase the amount of building material for private sector projects allowed into the Gaza Strip from 20 truckloads a day to 70, according to the nonprofit group Gisha – Legal Center for Freedom of Movement. Beginning on ...
Israel Plans to Ease Gaza Blockade
Rocket fired from Gaza hits south Israel: Army
Israel to Double Supply of Water to Thirsty Gaza Strip
Putin: 'Israel's nuclear weapons just make it a target'
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Israel's alleged nuclear weapons stockpile only serves to make the Jewish state “a target” and creates “foreign policy problems.” Putin's comments, reported by AFP, came in response to questions ...
Syria chemical weapons plan renews talk of whether Israel also has them
Kerry tells Israel that Syria accord is no prelude to Iran deal
Kerry reassures Israel on bid to rid Syria of chemical arms
Life on the Golan Heights Echoes Israel's Policy With Syria
At the same time, Israel has rushed to erect a massive new fence to separate it from the conflict in which it wants no part. The 100-km barrier is 80% finished, a formidable 9 m of razor wire and rebar replacing the rusty, tattered fence that long ...
UN Envoy: Golan Fighting Could Draw Israel into Syrian War
Across enemy lines, wounded Syrians receive medical treatment in Israel
In enemy care: Syrians treated in Israeli hospitals
TV networks look to Israel for the next big hit
Following the success of Showtime's Emmy-Award winning drama “Homeland”—based off the Israeli TV show “Hatufim” (“Prisoners of War”) —some of the biggest names in TV production are heading to Jerusalem in November for a conference about the ...