Despite State Dept. frown, Israel to continue responding to PA unilateral moves
Israel will continue rolling out responses to unilateral Palestinian moves in the international arena, even though the US State Department termed “unfortunate” the government's plans to deduct funds from monthly tax revenue transferred to the ...
Israel rolls out new sanctions against Palestine
US says Israeli freeze of PA taxes 'unfortunate'
Israel's new aggression
American media pundits argue over Israel and theocracy
Written by Abbas Milani, head of the Iranian studies program at Stanford University, and Israel Waismel-Manor, a senior lecturer at the University of Haifa and visiting associate professor of political science at Stanford, the New York Times article ...
Israeli-Palestinian peace talks had no chance, say analysts
JERUSALEM — The Palestinian refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state is at the core of why a negotiated settlement between the two sides is all but dead, say experts on both sides of the divide. Public sentiment and the positions of political ...
Israel slaps Palestine with economic sanctions amid collapsing peace talks
Israel-Palestine A peace process that is going nowhere
Contemptible John Kerry blames Israel for his own mess
Israeli hackers track anti-Israel cyber-attack perpetrators
According to the document, most participants in the OpIsrael attack, organized by Anonymous against Israel, are from Malaysia and Indonesia and the rest hail from Portugal, Great Britain, Italy, Switzerland, Finland, Algeria, and Saudi Arabia. One of ...
Fugitive Israeli rabbi flees to South Africa
Israeli Rabbi Eliezer Berland, 77, fled to South Africa last week after Zimbabwe deported him for violating its immigration laws. Berland, a member of an offshoot of the Breslov Hassidic sect, left Israel to avoid arrest after several women, including ...
Are Iran and Israel Trading Places?
New York Times
STANFORD, Calif. — Although the Israeli and Iranian governments have been virtually at war with each other for decades, the two countries have much in common. Both are home to some of the oldest civilizations on earth, and both are primarily non-Arab ...
African Migrants in Israel Hold Passover Meal
Israel has struggled with how to deal with the African migrants, who number around 50,000 and the government views as illegal economic migrants. It constructed a fence along its 220-kilometer (130-mile) border with Egypt, offered cash to migrants to ...
Outside Israeli detention facility, African migrants and activists hold ...
'Israel is a paradise for Christians'
In an interview with Italian media, Israeli Christians from Nazareth once again debunked assertions that Israel is an apartheid state with their own powerful testimonies. The report started off by noting that there is a growing rift in the Israeli ...
US officials angry: Israel doesn't back stance on Russia
Senior figures in the Obama administration have expressed great disappointment with the lack of support from Israel for the American position on the Ukraine crisis and with the fact that the Israeli government puts its relations with the United States ...
The racism of the Israel-bashers
New York Post
The Boycott, Divest and Sanction movement against Israel is often seen as progressive — so it's astounding to see its supporters turn to racism. The latest target: Chloé Simone Valdary, an African-American undergraduate at the University of New ...