Dispute emerges over cause of prominent Palestinian official Ziad Abu Ein's death
RAMALLAH, West Bank — What happens next on the streets of East Jerusalem and the West Bank may rest on one question: What killed a prominent Palestinian cabinet minister during a clash Wednesday with Israeli soldiers? The already tattered ...
Rivlin vows Israel will probe PA minister's death, urges calm from both sides
Palestinians halt security cooperation with Israel after minister's death ...
Palestinian Cabinet Member Dead After Israel Clash
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Alliance Adds Twist to Israeli Elections
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JERUSALEM — Isaac Herzog, the leader of Israel's center-left Labor Party, and Tzipi Livni, the recently dismissed justice minister and the leader of a small centrist faction, announced on Wednesday that they would run on a joint slate in elections ...
Benjamin Netanyahu's Re-election No Sure Thing In A Volatile Israel
This New Political Partnership Could Shake Up Israel's Election
Israel's two-faced government
Danish ambassador, JPost's Caroline Glick exchange verbal blows over EU ...
But when it comes to Israel, Europe simply invents international law, Glick said. Europe acts as if it is required by law to sanction Israel for activity over the pre-1967 lines in West Bank settlements and Jerusalem, even though there is no such ...
Rosie O'Donnell selling anti-Israel artwork with photos — of Syria
Artwork that Rosie O'Donnell is selling on her website, purporting to show a Palestinian child killed by Israeli bombs, was actually taken in Syria. “The View” co-host designed and drew the anti-Israel collages that she is selling for $20, with ...
Rosie O'Donnell Is Selling Anti-Israel Artwork, but There's One Problem
Rivlin: My faith in Israel's democracy remains firm
He will not allow any of the current disturbances, including his concern about the low point in relations between Arabs and Jews, to sway him from his conviction that Israel is a Jewish and a democratic state and a democratic and Jewish state – and ...
Israel and the Betrayal of the Intellectuals
Can Israel's coming election advance prospects for peace?
Formally Recognizing Israel's Jewishness Will Not Set Back Peace
Must-do's for the tourist who's been to Israel before
For those of you who have already checked off everything on your “Top 10 list of things to do in Israel” and are looking for something new and different, here are another 10 you may have missed on your previous trips (or perhaps they weren't even an ...
Israel Slams Irish Decision Recognizing Palestine
Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon expressed disappointment Thursday at the decision, accusing the Irish parliament of giving voice to "statements of hatred and anti-Semitism directed at Israel in a way which we have not heard before.".
Israel Slams Irish Motion Endorsing Palestine
French and Irish parliaments call for recognition of Palestinian state
Israel slams Ireland over support for Palestine
Israel indicts American over plot to bomb Muslim holy sites
An American Christian is facing charges in Israel of plotting to blow up Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem, Israeli authorities said Tuesday. Adam Everett Livix, 30, was identified by the Israeli Police and the Justice Ministry. Livix faces drug charges ...
Israel: American arrested for allegedly plotting attacks on Muslim sites
Israel holds American 'planning attacks on Muslim sites'
Lawyer: American arrested in Israel denies charges
Israel may owe Iran $100 m. for breached Eilat oil pipeline
Following the Sinai Campaign in 1956, Israel reached out to Iran, then ruled by Shah Reza Pahlavi. It took over a decade to work out the details, many of them in secret, and the plan almost died several times along the way, but was revived following ...
Israel Oil Spill Four Times Worse Than Initially Thought
Israel owes Iran $100m compensation for oil pipeline losses, rule Swiss ...
Israel: Pipeline company admits 5 million tons of oil spilled in south
CIA used Israel to justify torture practices
But according to the 528 pages that were released, in November 2001 CIA officers said they wanted legal justification for the interrogation methods they had begun using. The report cites the “Israeli example” that “torture was necessary to prevent ...