Only Netanyahu Can Put Out the Fire
New York Times
TEL AVIV — In recent days, Israel's hawkish prime minister has found himself in an awkward situation. Benjamin Netanyahu is known abroad as a staunch right-winger. But now he needs to do the exact opposite of what his image suggests. He must restrain ...
Violent protests spread to Israel after burial of Palestinian teen
American Teen Visiting Israel Reportedly Beaten By Police
In Jerusalem neighborhood, an unlikely center of Palestinian grievance
Teens headed to Israel are packing street smarts but few fears
At 17, Isaac Cohen is on the brink of flying to Israel to continue his education and eventually join the army, and none of the mournful and scary news coming from that country in recent days has dissuaded him. “In the last couple days, my parents have ...
Israeli Military Asks Hamas to Calm Things Down in Gaza
Peter Lerner, a spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces, said in a conference call with reporters. “Indeed, we are conveying to Hamas in various channels—open and back room messages to Hamas—to de-escalate, to restore a sense of security, to bring ...
Israeli jets pound Gaza targets again
LIVE UPDATES: Israel strikes Gaza targets following rocket fire on southern city
Rocket fire into Israel continues as ceasefire remains elusive
Like father, not like son? Sen. Paul amplifies pro-Israel message
The first-term senator -- whose father Ron Paul was a staunch critic of America's Israel policy and seen in some circles as outright hostile to the Jewish state -- has in recent months taken a distinctly different attitude toward the U.S.-Israel ...
Israeli High Tech Gets Aggressive
This has long held true in international politics, where Israel would prefer a little less attention, but also in high tech where the media attention on startup success has often been overstated and anecdotal. For the better part of a decade, Israeli ...
Israel sends troops to border with Gaza
Israeli military says troop reinforcements are being sent to the border with the Gaza Strip, raising the possibility of an expanded operation in the Palestinian territory in response to intensifying rocket fire. Thursday's movement of tanks and ...
Live updates, July 4: East Jerusalem clashes
Rockets and mortar shells fired from within the Gaza Strip continued to batter Israel's south on Friday, hours after the BBC reported that an Egypt-mediated ceasefire between Israel and the Hamas was to be announced shortly. Some 18 Palestinians were ...
Columbus man drawn to Israel
When he left the United States, Adam Berman took two suitcases, his Jewish faith and a one-way ticket to Israel. “Israel is my home,” said Berman, a 24-year-old Columbus native who moved to the Holy Land last summer. “It has been a welcome change in my ...
Israel moves troops toward Gaza border
The military deployment comes amid sharply mounting tensions between Israel and Hamas over the murders of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank on June 12 and Wednesday's murder of a Palestinian teenager in Jerusalem, which police say may have ...
New York Times
Israel and ISIS, two sides of the same coin
A few weeks ago I wrote a “Letter to An Israeli Citizen;” it was a personal narrative about my own biases and misunderstandings towards Jews and I concluded it by asserting the need for mutual understanding between Arabs, Muslims, Jews and Israelis.
Israel's Justice Minister Condemns 'Incitement' on Facebook
US Jews must save their people's honor, which Israel is putting at stake
Is a Society's View of Israel Directly Related to Levels of Poverty and Violence?