Israel prepares for death of ex-PM Sharon
Preparations have begun for the state funeral of the critically ill former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon, officials have said. Dr Zeev Rotstein, director of Tel Hashomer hospital in Tel Aviv, said on Thursday that Sharon's health had deteriorated ...
Israel ex-PM Ariel Sharon 'deteriorates further'
Israel ex-PM Ariel Sharon in 'slow, gradual' decline of health
Ex-Israeli PM Sharon in critical condition
Israel tests Arrow missile shield, sees Hezbollah threat
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel successfully tested its upgraded Arrow missile interceptor for the second time on Friday, pushing forward work on a U.S.-backed defense against ballistic threats it sees from Lebanon's Hezbollah guerrillas as well as from ...
Israel tests ballistic missile shield
Israel tests Arrow missile shield over Hezbollah threat
Israel Tests Long-Range Missile Shield With Eyes On Syria, Lebanon, And Iran
While Kerry Pushes Peace Talks, Israeli Leader Airs Criticism
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel delivered a harsh assessment of his Palestinian counterpart and implicitly the prospect of a Middle East peace agreement as Secretary of State John Kerry arrived here on Thursday to intensify his ...
McCain, in Israel, voices skepticism about Kerry's Middle East peace push
Netanyahu “has serious, serious concerns about the plan as it has been presented to him,” particularly about the future security of Israel and the viability of a future independent Palestinian state, Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) said after meetings with ...
Israel shares concerns as peace talks advance
Liberman: Peace deal must be based on Israeli security, stable Palestinian ...
Israel: Trading partners
Israel denies accusations of killing perpetrators of AMIA, embassy bombings
Aviran alleged on Thursday that Israel was responsible for killing terrorists who carried out the deadly attacks on the Israeli embassy and on the Argentine Jewish Charities Federation (AMIA) building in Buenos Aires. "The large majority of those ...
Israel: Didn't Kill Men Guilty of Argentine Blast
Israel not liable under international law: Analyst
Israel killed most AMIA bombers, ex-envoy to Argentina says
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Incoming American Studies Association president supports Israel boycott
The incoming president of the American Studies Association, which has led a controversial boycott against Israeli academics over the country's conflict with Palestinians, says she supports the protest as two New York politicians introduce a bill to ...
Boycott Israel? Not on my campus
Over 100 Universities Reject American Studies Association Israel Academic ...
NY lawmakers jump into academia's anti-Israel affairs
Israel Wakes Up to Ariel Sharon as Former Prime Minister Nears Death
Both admired and reviled as Israel's signature warrior during 58 of his first 72 years of life, Sharon in his coma has been more remembered for his only term as prime minister, five years marked first by restraint, then by actions both bold and ...
Israel's former PM Sharon in 'sharp decline'
In Israel, Ariel Sharon's Family Gathers At His Bedside
Why Ariel Sharon looms so large in Israel
Israel's chief rabbinate questions 'commitment' of leading US Modern Orthodox ...
About two months ago, in a move that roused protests from Orthodox rabbis in both Israel and the United States, the Chief Rabbinate disqualified Weiss from attesting to the personal status of members of his New York congregation who sought to marry in ...
'Avi Weiss not the only US Orthodox rabbi rejected by Israel's rabbinate'
Hezbollah said to raise missile threat to Israel
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 (UPI) -- Hezbollah is raising its missile threat to Israel by smuggling advanced weapons into Lebanon piece by piece to evade Israeli detection, U.S. officials say. The weapons, sneaked in for the Shiite Islamic militant group from ...
Hezbollah Upgrades Missile Threat to Israel
Security analyst: Hezbollah continues transferring arms from Syria to Lebanon
US officials: Hezbollah upgrading its arsenal against Israel
Settlement News to Wait Until Kerry Leaves Israel
New York Times
JERUSALEM — The Israeli government will delay an expected announcement of bids for new settlement construction for the next few days while Secretary of State John Kerry is in the region, an Israeli official said Wednesday, avoiding a potential high ...