Kerry raps Israel in faltering Mideast peace
WASHINGTON — U.S. efforts to broker a Mideast peace agreement faltered after Israel refused to release prisoners as demanded by Palestinian leaders, then moved forward with plans to build new settlement housing in Jerusalem, America's top diplomat ...
US clarifies: Kerry blames both Israel, Palestinians for breakdown in talks
Prisoner in Israel Is Linked to Talks
Israel, Palestinians press on with peace talks rescue bid
Israel prevents Olympic runner from leaving Gaza to participate in West Bank ...
April 5, 2008: Nader Masri exercises in Gaza City. On Tuesday, April 8, 2014, Israel's high court has upheld a decision by the military to prevent Nader Masri, 34, a Gaza Olympian, from leaving the coastal strip to participate in a marathon in the West ...
Israel upholds travel ban for Gaza Olympian
Israel bars Olympian from leaving Gaza Strip to run a marathon in Bethlehem
Israel blocks shipment to Gaza after Palestinians sign treaties
Washington Post (blog)
To curb Iran, should we give Israel bunker busters?
Washington Post (blog)
It's likely no final deal to dismantle Iran's nuclear program will be reached by July. At that point, we can expect that the administration will say progress is being made and plead with Congress not to take any action. At that point, there will be ...
Israel wants peace talks but 'not at any price'
Jerusalem (CNN) -- Israel is willing to continue U.S-brokered peace talks with the Palestinians but "not at any price," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday. Attempts by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to put peace talks back on track ...
Israel Warns Palestinians but Stays Open to Talks
Israel warns Palestine of unilateral action
From Israel, strong signs this round of Mideast peace talks is over (+video)
Why the Israeli shekel should lead the world
The shekel is in the news this week because its soaring value is proving to be a problem for Israel's exporters. Reuters reports that the appreciation is forcing Israel's foreign customers to pay more for the country's exports. Some Israeli companies ...
NYU showcases Israeli innovation for business students
Retig told The Jerusalem Post that she always tries to encourage other undergraduates to show up to events like this, not because of any inherent bias toward Israel, but because “this is their future. We need to come to events and meet people like this.”
Anonymous Launches New Cyberattack Against Israel
Hacker group AnonymousOpIsrael attacked Israeli government websites Monday, Haaretz reports. The pro-Palestinian organization gained access to the websites of the Israeli Education Ministry, the Postal Service and the Central Bureau of Statistics.
'Anonymous' hackers threaten Israel with cyber-terrorism
#OpIsrael: Anonymous attacks hundreds of Israeli websites
Israel Under Cyber-Attack, Jewish Hackers Strike Back
Kerry says 'Jewish state' recognition will have to wait
State Department rejects notion that Kerry's remarks on the timing of Jerusalem settlement units announcement placed the onus of the crisis on Israel; Kerry not interested in the "blame game," Psaki tells 'Post.' US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks ...
Israel failing citizens on fighting hunger, state comptroller says
Israel does not have a coherent anti-hunger policy that would improve access to sufficient quantities of safe, nutritious food, the State Comptroller's Office said in a recently released report. The Social Affairs Ministry created a National Council ...
Is support for Israel waning among evangelicals?
Religion News Service
Evangelicals have shifted within the last decade, Brog wrote, and are no longer considered automatic supporters of Israel. “The days of taking evangelical support for Israel for granted are over,” he wrote, suggesting an urgency for those who take the ...