New York Times
In Israel, Antitrust Regulator Reviews Natural Gas Development
New York Times
LONDON — Israel's fledgling natural gas industry was rattled on Tuesday over a threat by the country's antitrust regulator to break an American-Israeli group's hold on the country's gas resources. Israeli officials and the antitrust regulator have ...
UPDATE 2-Israeli regulator opposes Noble, Delek's control of Leviathan gas field
Israel's Gas Dream – The End Is Nigh
Gas cartel breakup very positive for Israel, says expert
Israel's 'other Bethlehem': have Christians celebrated Jesus's birth in the ...
This is the small village of Bethlehem in the Galilee, located in northern Israel. And unlike the larger and better-known city of Bethlehem in the West Bank some 100 miles south, where thousands flock to to sing carols in Manger Square each year, there ...
Palestinian workers in Israel protest dehumanising conditions at checkpoints
Israel allots $17bn to Judaize al-Quds: Palestinian official
Israel issues demolition orders to East Jerusalem homes
Ya'alon: Hamas rebuilding defensive tunnels; Israel looking for new digging of ...
Hamas has begun to reconstruct its network of tunnels within Gaza, and Israel is watching for signs it is working on cross-border attack tunnels as well, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said on Tuesday. Under no circumstances will Israelis have to get ...
Israel indicts Palestinians over online posts
Israel must ban racist group Lehava
EU Gives Hamas Green Light to Attack Israel
Herzog-Livni joint list leading Likud, Knesset Channel poll finds
Bayit Yehudi would have third most votes, with 16 mandates, followed by Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid with 11, according to poll. Tzipi Livni Isaac Herzog. Tzipi Livni speaks with Labor head Isaac Herzog in the Knesset. (photo credit:MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE ...
Netanyahu: Herzog and Livni will divide Jerusalem
Is there a peace partner in Israel?
Israel elections: Can revitalized Labor stop country's shift to the right?
Israel official: Settlement funding up before vote
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's outgoing government is pumping millions of dollars into Jewish settlements in the West Bank for public buildings and roads ahead of national elections, an official said Tuesday, in what opponents view as a political ploy ...
Fleeing civil war, thousands of Ukrainians take refuge in Israel
Heavy Metal Singer: Media Jumping to 'Crucify Israel Every Chance They Get'
“It's interesting how the media loved the state of Israel and loved our story when we were the underdog, and now that we're no longer the underdog, now that we have the ability and the military might and the intestinal fortitude to always defend ...
Abbas says to cut ties with Israel if UN move fails
Algiers (AFP) - Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas warned on Tuesday that his administration would "no longer deal" with Israel if a United Nations Security Council resolution calling for a final peace deal fails. "If the Arab-Palestinian initiative ...
Once Again, Palestinians Looking to Circumvent Negotiations With Israel ...
Abbas: Palestinians won't deal with Israel if statehood resolution falls
Abbas: I'll cut ties with Israel if UN move fails
Israel's Bank Leumi Settles U.S. Tax Charges For $400M, Gives Depositor Names
To resolve U.S. tax charges, Israel's Bank Leumi has admitted that it helped over 1,500 U.S. account holders evade taxes. One of the largest banks in Israel, Leumi has offices in New York, Florida, Illinois and California. The settlement is costly, but ...
Israel's Bank Leumi to pay $400 million for US tax settlement
Israel Bank Pays US $400 Million for Ripping Off IRS
Israel's Bank Leumi to Pay $400 Million to Settle Tax-Evasion Allegations in US
What threat does an Iranian-backed Yemen pose to Israel?
Rabi refers to Israel's “periphery doctrine” – the forming of alliances with surrounding non-Arab states and minorities in order to overcome hostility from neighboring Arab countries – in order to emphasize that this kind of thinking should be guiding ...
Is Europe Running Out of Patience With Israel?
Jewish Daily Forward
“The [parliamentary] votes were the opening shot for a host of events singling out Israel for criticism,” said Zvi Mazel, a former Israeli ambassador to Sweden, which in October became the only European country to formally recognize Palestine. “With ...