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Jerusalem – Israel Smashes Irish Decision Recognizing Palestine

Jerusalem – Israel Smashes Irish Decision Recognizing Palestine

Jerusalem –  Decision of the Irish parliament to adopt a non-binding resolution supporting an independent Palestinian state, has been smashed by Israel. Foreign ministry spokesman… Read More ›

Israel – Using A Toy Rifle, Two Boys Try To Rob Bank In Rishon Lezion

Israel – Using A Toy Rifle, Two Boys Try To Rob Bank In Rishon Lezion

Israel – A 12-year-old boy and his 13-year-old accomplice tried to rob a bank in Israel, using toy guns,  but fled without any cash after… Read More ›

Washington – U.S. State Department:  Israeli’s West Bank Settlements Will Still Be Opposed After Obama

Washington – U.S. State Department: Israeli’s West Bank Settlements Will Still Be Opposed After Obama

Washington – State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters in Washington on Wednesday.  The United States will continue to oppose Israeli settlement activity even after… Read More ›

Gaza City – Top Hamas Leader Meets With Un Envoy In Gaza

Gaza City – Top Hamas Leader Meets With Un Envoy In Gaza

Gaza City – After the summer war between Israel and Hamas, a senior U.N. envoy held a rare meeting with the No. 2 in the… Read More ›

Israel may owe Iran $100 m.

Israel may owe Iran $100 m.

Israel may owe Iran $100 million over the Eilat-Ashkelon pipeline, which made headlines last week when a breach spilled millions of liters of oil into… Read More ›

Rabbi Yehuda Glick was honored with a Human Rights Award

Israeli activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick, recently released from the hospital after an assassination attempt, was honored on Wednesday with a Human Rights Award by the… Read More ›

Tel Aviv – Israel Considers Cooperating With Lebanese Military

Tel Aviv – Israel Considers Cooperating With Lebanese Military

Tel Aviv – Even though the two countries remain technically at war, Israel’s military said on Wednesday it was exploring the possibility of cooperating with… Read More ›

Dublin – Ireland: Possible ‘Early Recognition’ Of Palestine

Dublin – Ireland: Possible ‘Early Recognition’ Of Palestine

Dublin – Ireland’s  government is considering recognition of Palestinian statehood as a possible tactic for kick-starting Middle East peace talks, It’s foreign minister says, an… Read More ›

West Bank -Transparent Probe Called For By UN Mideast Envoy Into Death Of Palestinian Minister

West Bank -Transparent Probe Called For By UN Mideast Envoy Into Death Of Palestinian Minister

West Bank -Robert Serry, UN Mideast envoy,  called on Israel to promptly investigate the death of the Palestinian Authority minister who died shortly after being involved… Read More ›

Tel Aviv –  No Reaction Seen By Israeli Military To Syria Strike

Tel Aviv – No Reaction Seen By Israeli Military To Syria Strike

Tel Aviv – A senior Israeli military officer said Wednesday that Israel doesn’t expect a Syrian or Lebanese response to an airstrike in Syria attributed to… Read More ›

Jerusalem – American Arrested But Denies Charges Of Trying To Blow Up Muslim Holy Sites

Jerusalem – American Arrested But Denies Charges Of Trying To Blow Up Muslim Holy Sites

Jerusalem – On Wednesday, an American Christian who faces charges in Israel of trying to blow up Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem denies the charges,… Read More ›

Israel – Experts: It Could Take Years To Clean-Up Israeli Desert Oil Spill

Israel – Experts: It Could Take Years To Clean-Up Israeli Desert Oil Spill

Israel –  On Wednesday, Ecologists said,  it could take years to clean up a massive oil spill that flooded an Israeli nature reserve with up… Read More ›

Warsaw, Poland – During Auschwitz Trip UK Premier Filled With Grief

Warsaw, Poland – During Auschwitz Trip UK Premier Filled With Grief

Warsaw, Poland – In  a trip meant to help him gain a deeper understanding of the Holocaust, British Prime Minister David Cameron has visited Auschwitz,… Read More ›

West Bank – Palestinian FM Warns: Israel will pay for death of minister

West Bank – Palestinian FM Warns: Israel will pay for death of minister

West Bank – Sparking outrage in the Palestinian Authority on Wednesday, is the death of a Palestinian minister who died shortly after clashes with Israeli… Read More ›

Jerusalem – Deciding To Challenge Netanyahu, Tzipi Livni Joins Opposition Head

Jerusalem – Deciding To Challenge Netanyahu, Tzipi Livni Joins Opposition Head

Jerusalem – On Wednesday political sources said that former Israeli justice minister Tzipi Livni and the center-left parliamentary opposition leader will jointly challenge Prime Minister… Read More ›

Jerusalem – Netanyahu: Despite Rainfall Arava Oil Spill Under Control

Jerusalem – Netanyahu: Despite Rainfall Arava Oil Spill Under Control

Jerusalem -Benjamin Netanyahu toured the afflicted area nearly one week following the oil spill in the Arava,  and said that at the moment the situation… Read More ›

Jerusalem – Israel Invokes ‘Dying Patient Act’ For Terminal Patients

Jerusalem – Israel Invokes ‘Dying Patient Act’ For Terminal Patients

Jerusalem – For the first time, Israel has invoked the provisions of its 2005 “Dying Patient Act” to allow a terminally ill patient to chose… Read More ›

Gaza Strip -In Gaza War,  Amnesty International Accuses Israel Of War Crimes

Gaza Strip -In Gaza War, Amnesty International Accuses Israel Of War Crimes

Gaza Strip – The human rights monitor for Amnesty International said on Tuesday that Israeli military committed war crimes during its Gaza offensive this summer… Read More ›

Israel – Nephew Of Israeli Teens’ Murderer’s Terror Attack Thwarted Outside Tekoa

Israel – Nephew Of Israeli Teens’ Murderer’s Terror Attack Thwarted Outside Tekoa

Israel –  On Tuesday, security forces arrested two Palestinians directly outside the Tekoa settlement in the West Bank. One of the suspects is the nephew… Read More ›

Tel Aviv – Israel, Rattled By Wartime Rockets, Plans Alternate Airport

Tel Aviv – Israel, Rattled By Wartime Rockets, Plans Alternate Airport

Tel Aviv – An airport planned for Israel’s southern desert is being billed as a wartime alternative to Tel Aviv,  which was briefly shunned by… Read More ›