Israel: Violent Intifada Anniversary
New York Times
Hundreds of Palestinians clashed with Israeli security forces across the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza on Friday as Palestinians marked the 13th anniversary of the outbreak of the second intifada, or uprising. In the West Bank, protesters hurled ...
Israel Can Prevent Third Intifada By Ending Occupation
12 Palestinians arrested for stone throwing in Jerusalem
Obama to Israel: Suicide Is Security
Israel reminder at UN next week: Stay wary of Iran
JERUSALEM – Israel plans to warn the world about letting up on Iran's nuclear program when it addresses the United Nations next week and will likely reject any attempts by Arab nations to have it make public its assumed nuclear weapons capabilities, ...
As the New Iranian Leader Gets a Warm Reception, Israel Calls for Caution
Israel tight-lipped on Obama-Rouhani phone call
Analysis || In this UN act, Iran is the star and Israel is the grump observing ...
Israeli Forces Clash With Palestinians in Hebron
Israeli troops clashed with dozens of stone-throwing protesters in the volatile West Bank city of Hebron on Friday, firing tear gas and rubber bullets at crowds who had approached a military checkpoint protecting Jewish settlers. It was the most ...
Abbas urges international pressure for Israel
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has warned the United Nations that US-brokered peace talks offered a "last chance" as he demanded an agreement with Israel that permanently resolves all disputes. Speaking before the UN General Assembly on ...
'Last chance': Abbas urges UN to pressure Israel over settlements
At UN, Palestinian leader Abbas criticizes Israel, but pledges good faith in ...
Kerry says Israel, Palestinian talks to intensify with increased US role
As Middle East unravels, are we protecting or just supporting Israel
CALIFORNIA September 26, 2013 – Now that the Arab Spring has disintegrated, Iran is almost nuclear weapon capable, and we've demonstrated inept resolve with Syria; what happens to our national commitment to protect Israel?
The demise of the Iranian bogeyman makes Israel's position more difficult
Obama at the UN -- new or old Middle East?
French diplomat who tussled with Border Police to leave her post
French diplomat who tussled with Border Police to leave her post. Israel mulled declaring Marion Fesneau-Castaing persona non-grata, but decided to deal with the issue while preserving relations with France, FM source says. By Barak Ravid | Sep. 27 ...
French diplomat involved in fracas with soldier to leave Israel
Israel to Expel French Diplomat who Punched IDF Soldier
Report: French diplomat who punched Israeli soldier to be expelled
Israel's Cassandra moment
Israel must find more effective and less shrill ways of making the case for caution, vigilance, and strength regarding Iran's nuclear ambitions – or risk being left alone and unheeded. By David Harris | Sep. 27, 2013 | 6:17 PM ...
Israel court rules on illegal Nablus outpost
Burqa, West Bank - When Israel withdrew its settlers from the Gaza Strip and from four small West Bank settlements under its 2005 “disengagement plan,” the villagers of Burqa near Nablus thought they would finally take back land originally confiscated ...
New York Times
Rouhani, Blunt and Charming, Pitches a Moderate Iran
New York Times
UNITED NATIONS — Descending on New York this week in a Shiite cleric's traditional fine wool robes, Iran's president, Hassan Rouhani, turned himself into a high-speed salesman offering a flurry of speeches, tweets, televised interviews and carefully ...
Assad: We could blind Israel in an instant
According to the report, which was carried by Hezbollah's paper Al-Akhbar, Assad said this was because the situation in Syria “has never been better,” as “we created chemical weapons in the '80s as a deterrent against Israel's nuclear arsenal. Today ...
ASSAD: Forget Chemicals, We Have Other Weapons That Could 'Blindside' Israel
Assad: We have weapons that could blindside Israel
Don't need chemical arms to deter Israel: Assad