New York Times
British Labour Chief, a Jew Who Criticizes Israel, Walks a Fine Line
New York Times
LONDON — Ed Miliband, who as leader of the opposition Labour Party could become prime minister after next year's general election, has often spoken of what it means to him to be Jewish: his parents' flight from the Nazis, family reunions in Israel ...
Israel is changing, and suddenly Binyamin Netanyahu looks vulnerable
A few weeks is a long time in Israeli politics. In August, at the height of the Gaza war, prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu's standing among Israelis was untouchable. Now, almost two months after the ceasefire, the talk in the Israeli media is about ...
Rajnath Singh set to visit Israel nex...
Sky is the limit: Rajnath Singh set to visit Israel next month
PM, Shalom Duke It Out Over Vocational Schools
Israel's Defense Minister: Mideast Borders 'Absolutely' Will Change
Israel's Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon is known for his blunt manner, and in an interview with NPR, he says a future map of the Middle East will look very different from the one that exists today. The borders of many Arab states were drawn up by ...
Israel accuses Turkey of aiding Hamas coup plan
Israel has become complacent on the battlefield, too
Israel seals long-delayed $144 million missile deal with India
The Israeli Defense Ministry refused to comment on Israel's extensive military relationship with India. However, an Israeli source defined India as “a strategic state” with respect to Israel's military exports and confirmed that the deal is indicative ...
US, Israel have few options to stop the Palestinian diplomatic momentum
The Palestinian struggle with Israel has reached its diplomatic stage. In the months since this summer's Gaza war, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel of genocide, while other Palestinian officials threatened to take Israel to ...
Israel shrugs off PA decision to delay UN Security Council plan
Israel Radio, however, quoted PLO negotiator Saeb Erekat as denying a Palestinian agreement to wait two months before going to the Security Council. The report quoted Erekat as saying that the US had hinted that it would veto such a resolution in the ...
Peace for Israel and Palestine?
Palestinians threaten to press for statehood
Britain's Real Promise to Israel
World shworld: Israel's growing solipsism
You'll get the usual mélange of stories about Israel: Palestinians and Hamas, boycotts, fallout from the summer campaign Operation Protective Edge, Iran, and a sprinkling of business stories. You'd have to scroll down several pages to find anything ...
Head of 'Berlin Protest' to Return to Israel
Push for Israelis to move to Berlin causes an uproar
Israel yields seen staying low as huge bond rally loses steam
Amid regional turmoil, Israel looks to its firm bond with Jordan
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - If there were a heat map showing instability in the Middle East, the area around most of Israel's borders would have turned a steadily deeper shade of red over the past few years. With attacks by Hezbollah from Lebanon, the threat ...
Israel Chooses Settlements Over Friends
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government fervently believes that the Jewish settlements in the West Bank -- whose expansion it supports -- are irrelevant to its conflict with the Palestinians. Rather, the Israeli government thinks that ...
Israel: Hamas praises Jerusalem attack which killed baby girl
Israel vows crackdown after Palestinian car attack
Baby Killed in Jerusalem 'Attack' Was US Citizen: Israel Police
Israeli soldiers wounded in Egypt border attack
An Israeli military spokesman said the attack occurred in southern Negev desert near Ezuz and that the soldiers were evacuated to a hospital in Israel. “Two soldiers were injured by fire directed at them from Egypt,” a statement from the Israeli ...
Two Israeli soldiers wounded in Egypt border attack
At least three drugs smugglers killed in attack along Egypt border: Israel
Two IDF soldiers injured in cross-border shooting from Egypt