US looking for way forward in faltering Mideast peace talks
A surprise decision by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday to sign more than a dozen international conventions that could give Palestinians greater leverage against Israel left the United States searching for a way to keep the talks going ...
Jonathan Pollard, spy for Israel, could go free in emerging Mideast peace deal
Palestinian bid for stronger UN ties throws peace talks into confusion
Kerry leaves Israel after holding meetings with Netanyahu to save peace talks
Group claims Israel pushing ahead with east Jerusalem construction as talks ...
JERUSALEM -- A settlement watchdog group says Israel is pushing forward with plans to build more than 700 homes in a Jewish enclave of east Jerusalem. The move could present another obstacle in the deeply troubled Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
Speaker Edelstein charges that PA 'outrageously violated agreements'
PLO asserts commitment to talks with Israel
Palestinians Defy US and Israel, Leaving Peace Talks in Peril
Guardian Liberty Voice
Byzantine Monastery and Mosaics Found in Israel
The remains of a 1,500-year-old monastery with intact mosaics covering the floor have been unearthed in southern Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced Tuesday (April 1). The Byzantine complex — which was discovered near Hura, a Bedouin ...
6th century monastery with intricate mosaic floors discovered in Israel
Byzantine Monastery Found in Israel
US, Israel discuss possible release of Israeli spy
Washington (CNN) -- The United States and Israel are discussing the possible release of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard as part of efforts to save fragile Middle East peace negotiations, according to sources familiar with the talks. No decisions have been ...
Israel, Palestinian moves threaten to derail US efforts
Jerusalem (AFP) - Israel and the Palestinians announced moves Tuesday that could scuttle peace talks, prompting US Secretary of State John Kerry to call off a second visit in as many days aimed at saving them. Earlier in the day, Kerry had wrapped up a ...
The crisis that Israel adroitly manufactured
The representative of the Jewish minority in Iran's parliament (Majlis) has recently given an extensive interview to one of Iranian news agencies and discussed his different viewpoints regarding the Israeli regime and the way the Jewish community of ...
Dempsey: US and Israel agree on Iran threat
Dempsey: Israel Knows We'll Strike Iran if Need Be
Dempsey: Israel 'satisfied' US ready to take Iran action if needed
Slate Magazine (blog)
The Arab League Condemns Israel for “Judaizing” Jerusalem. Is That Anti-Semitic?
Slate Magazine (blog)
The Israeli-Palestinian peace talks have blown up again. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, unhappy with Israel's failure to release Palestinian prisoners as part of the negotiations, has applied for membership in international agencies ...
When Israel Supporters Use the Language of Delegitimization
Liberman tells Palestinians UN move is mistake
Liberman Pledges to Oppose Release of Israeli-Arab Terrorists
11 ancient burial boxes recovered in Israel
A 2,000 year-old Jewish burial box is on display in Jerusalem Monday, March 31, 2014. The Israeli Antiquities Authority said the boxes were recovered last Friday in Jerusalem when police observed a suspicious nighttime transaction involving two cars ...
Egyptian Columnist Apparently Wants to Sue Israel Over…the 10 Plagues
Columnist Ahmad Al-Gamal in the newspaper Al-Yawm Al-Sabi detailed the reasons why Egypt should sue Israel for damage caused by the plagues, which included locusts, frogs, darkness and the killing of all firstborn children. Israel should also ...
Former Israeli general: failed peace talks won't lead to doom
New York Times journalist Ethan Bronner and former Israeli general Amos Yadlin at the 92nd Street Y. (Screenshot via Livestream.com). A former Israeli general predicted that peace talks with the Palestinian Authority would fail, but suggested Israel ...