The Guardian view on Israel: the narrowing of a nation
Israel is justly proud of its declaration of independence. That document, hastily drafted in 1948, insisted that the new country would promise “complete equality of social and political rights to all its inhabitants irrespective of religion, race or ...
Housing Minister pushing to allow Gazans to work in Israel
Large-scale attacks by Hamas foiled, Israeli security agency says
Israel says foiled Hamas plans for Jerusalem attacks
Israel's Foreign Minister Wants to Pay Israeli Arabs to Leave
Last week, when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved draft legislation to amend the country's Basic Law to declare that Israel is "the national homeland of the Jewish people" instead of a "Jewish and democratic state," as it had been ...
Israel FM supports paying Arabs to leave
Offer Israeli Arabs money to move to Palestinian state: Lieberman
Italian Man Seriously Wounded at West Bank Protest
New York Observer
Bloody Battle for Israel at Oxford University
New York Observer
Oxford, England, 5 am – I'm trying to get two hours sleep tonight prior to my flight back to America, but cannot. I am supercharged from tonight's debate at the Oxford Union on Israel versus Hamas. It was easily the most hard-fought debate on Israel I ...
Israel Says Hamas Ring Plotted West Bank Attacks
New York Times
JERUSALEM — The Shin Bet, Israel's internal security agency, says it has exposed an extensive Hamas military infrastructure in the West Bank that was planning to carry out attacks on Israelis, according to a statement issued by the agency on Thursday.
Assault on Israel Shifts From Warfare to Lawfare
Israel accuses UN investigators of turning blind eye to terrorism
Israel denies residency to Arab Israelis' Palestinian spouses
British Royals Refuse to Visit Israel
The Weekly Standard (blog)
You won't find the British royals in the holy land. Elliott Abrams calls it, "The bizarre story of the refusal of British royals to visit Israel, while they are constantly in the Arab world, continues." "[T]he Queen has never set foot in Israel and ...
Why Do British Royals Refuse To Visit Israel?
The British royals, Arabs, and Israel
Welcome, Diaspora Jews, to the Israel you've been avoiding
Overall, not a particularly great week to be an Israeli. With the cabinet approving Israel's highly-contentious “nation-state bill,” it seems the term “Jewish democratic state” has been finally put out to pasture, along with the unicorns, dragons and ...
Israel can't change law to be an unequal democracy: Bloomberg opinion
Israel's “Democracy” Becomes Just Jewish
An Open Letter to Young American Jewish Liberals Concerning Israel
This bill strikes at Israel's heart, where Judaism and democracy combine
When we raise the issue of the relationship between Israel's Arab and Jewish communities, we must understand that we are seeking to clarify the matrix of the relationship between the state of Israel and more than a fifth of its citizens. Citizens who ...
The Times of Israel
Israel's next army chief 'would only strike Iran as last resort'
The Times of Israel
Eizenkot, the current deputy chief, holds to the view that Israel should not strike at Iran “unless the sword is at our throat,” Channel 10 reported. That phrase was first used in the Iranian context almost four years ago by Israel's former Mossad ...
Israel: Gadi Eizenkot to succeed Gantz as military chief of staff
ONE week Israel's prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, and his ministers honour a Druze policeman who died protecting Jewish worshippers being hacked to death in a Jerusalem synagogue. The next they approve constitutional legislation that would ...
Israel satisfied with delay in Iran nuclear deal
“It was obvious to us that what was lying on the table was what we call a 'bad agreement' between Iran and the world powers.” I was told this on Nov. 25 by a senior Israeli Cabinet member. “I can testify that Israel has made an enormous effort, in all ...
Iranian Supreme Leader Threatens: With or Without Nuclear Deal, 'Israel Will ...
The next Israel-US friction point
Israel has every reason to fear an Iranian nuclear weapon