Israel Issues Permits for East Jerusalem Housing
The Jerusalem municipality said its planning committee approved building permits in the neighborhoods of Har Homa, Neve Yaakov and Pisgat Zeev, built on land Israel captured in the 1967 war and later annexed. Most of the international community ...
What if the boycotters don't isolate Israel?
Israel gives permits for 550 settlement homes
Israeli officials: PA has the ability to fight incitement
Egyptian intelligence report: Israel had 36 spying stations in Sinai
Ibrahim reportedly began spying for Israel in October 2009, sending information to Israeli intelligence officer Danny Ovadia, who was known as “Abu Akram”. He sent information related to the security situation and living conditions of the Beduin in ...
Is 'Brand Israel' under threat?
Aimed at highlighting Palestinian rights and the occupation, the BDS movement has pressured academics and even pop stars not to visit Israel. The Israeli government has described the international campaign to boycott Israel as a strategic threat.
Major Jewish Organization Slams John Kerry Over Israel Boycott Comments
Assembly Withdraws Bill to Limit Anti-Israel Boycotts
Netanyahu views trade boycott as strategic threat to Israel
Dutch pension fund says no reason to boycott Israeli banks
The fund's announcement runs firmly against the grain of the increasing public perception that Israel is on the verge of wholesale boycotts by European financial institutions. Related: 92 universities reject academic boycott of Israel · Danish bank ...
Dutch pension fund ABP won't divest from Israeli banks
The Jewish Press
Potent Pro-Israel Group Finds Its Momentum Blunted
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The last time the nation's most potent pro-Israel lobbying group lost a major showdown with the White House was when President Ronald Reagan agreed to sell Awacs surveillance planes to Saudi Arabia over the group's bitter objections.
With AIPAC's Power in Doubt, Is Peace With Israel Now Possible?
New York's Mayors, Israel's Defenders
Study: Fruits, vegetables cheaper in Israel than in US, UK, France, Germany
From April through June 2013, the Agriculture Ministry's division of research, economics and strategy conducted comparative studies of fresh produce prices in Israel and the US, using the Bank of Israel exchange rate from the second quarter of 2013 ...
Report: "Fruits & Veggies Cheaper in Israel"
Israeli produce delegation heads to Berlin in search of European buyers
Led by the Economy Ministry's Israel Export Institute and the Agriculture Ministry, Israeli companies sporting fresh produce from red pomelos to Japanese plums to a variety of dates will take part this week in Fruit Logistica 2014, the leading trade ...
Report: Hamas leadership prevents military wing from attacking Israel
Hamas canceled plans for retaliatory strikes against Israel last week at the urging of the head of the organization's administration in Gaza, the London-based pan-Arabic daily Asharq Alawsat reported on Tuesday. The Izzadin Kassam Brigades, Hamas's ...
State Department issues travel warning for Israel, Gaza, West Bank
Israel Daily News Stream 02/05/2014
Fears grow of new Israeli assault on Gaza amid rocket attacks
The Times of Israel
Turkish official: Progress with Israel, but still no agreement
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc, responding to reports of an imminent Israeli-Turkish compensation agreement for the nine Turks killed on the Mavi Marmara in 2010, was quoted Tuesday as saying that while progress has been made, there still ...
Turkey-Israel ties may be linked to gas pipeline
Is Israel ready for a boycott?
When will Turkish-Israeli ties fully mend? That's up to Ankara
Hamas: Peace talks with Israel aimed at liquidating the Palestinian cause
The Palestinians will not accept any agreement that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas signs with Israel, Hamas official Salah Bardaweel said. Bardaweel claimed that the current peace talks were aimed at “liquidating” the Palestinian cause.