Jewish Daily Forward
Israel offers to help Nigeria find abducted girls
Nigeria is one of Israel's closest friends in Africa, and Israel provided Nigerian authorities with medical supplies following a Boko Haram attack against three churches on Christmas Day in 2011 that killed dozens. Last September, Israel was among ...
Israel Offers To Send Counterterrorism Experts to Nigeria
Israel Offers To Help Nigeria Find Kidnapped Girls
Israel offers Nigeria help in finding abducted schoolgirls
Tel Aviv woman caught trying to smuggle Palestinians into Israel in trunk
A Tel Aviv resident was arrested attempting to illegally smuggle two Palestinians in the trunk of her car into Israel from the West Bank at the Hotze Shomron crossing early Sunday morning. The woman, whose three daughters were also in the vehicle, ...
Nasdaq expects increase in IPOs from Israeli firms
Holy Tel Aviv! A guide to sacred sites in Israel's 'Sin City'
The Times of Israel
Tunisia removes censure of officials favoring Israeli tourism
The two officials, Tourism Minister Amel Karboul and Deputy Interior Minister for Security Ridha Sfar, were accused of promoting “normalization” of relations with Israel over their declared support to open the country's gates to Israeli travelers ...
Tunisia Ministers Escape Censure over Israeli Tourism
Tunisia ministers escape censure over Israeli tourists
Where is it really better to be a Christian - Israel or Palestine?
Where is it really better to be a Christian - Israel or Palestine? In the run-up to the Pope's visit, Israel lobbyists glorify how Israel treats its Christian minority versus Palestinians 'persecution' of theirs – but where are Christians truly safe ...
Jerusalem's top Catholic asks Israel to crack down on holy site vandalism ...
Israel's senior Catholic cleric: 'Price tags' poisoning atmosphere ahead of ...
Church attacks in Israel 'poison' before pope's visit, cleric says
The Times of Israel
Israel assails latest allegations of brazen spying on US
Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz, who holds the intelligence portfolio in the Netanyahu government, accused “someone of trying to maliciously and intentionally harm relations between Israel and the United States.” Steinitz “unequivocally ...
Israeli officials reiterate: Israel does not spy on US
Ex-Mossad chief calls Newsweek spy story 'delusional'
Is Israel Really Spying on the US?
Summertime happiness: Lana Del Rey coming to Israel
American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey will be coming to Israel this summer for her first ever concert in the country, according to her official reps. According to rumors, her performance will take place at the Nokia Arena in Tel Aviv on August 20, 2014.
Israel-Turkey deal likely to be finalized when PM returns from Japan
Israel and Turkey are likely to normalize relations soon after Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu returns from Japan on Friday, a senior Israeli diplomatic official said Sunday. “We are waiting for the prime minister to return and finalize the deal ...
Iran seen on agenda as Israel PM visits Japan
The thin professional line
PM Likely to Discuss Iran While Visiting Japan
Israel fires back at US envoy over peace talks' failure
Israel additionally announced tenders for the building of 4,800 homes on occupied territory, although Indyk said the Palestinians had indicated in the past that this land would be absorbed into Israel in any peace deal. The Israeli official said Indyk ...
Know Comment: Israel's Plan B
Israel Has Run Out of Excuses
How Peres ruined Netanyahu's Independence Day
Israel rejects accusations of spying on US
The rising tensions between Washington and Jerusalem have led to mutual disgust on both sides. And, as if that weren't enough, an anti-Israeli campaign has been taking place simultaneously over the past few weeks, marking Israel as a country that ...
Israel Rejects 'Baseless' Accusations of Spying on US
Jewish Daily Forward
Strategic and Intelligence Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz told Israel's Channel 10 over the weekend that someone is trying to ruin the cooperation between Israel and the United States by providing such information. The article appeared on Thursday.