US to sell Israel $647 million worth of bombs and munitions to renew stock after Operation Pillar of Defense
High Court Seen Likely to Reverse Bannings
Israeli FM spokesman called the overwhelming global consensus 'meaningless'
A recent UN General Assembly resolution renews attention on the need to create a nuclear-free zone in the Middle East.
General Assembly overwhelmingly approved a resolution calling on Israel to join the NPT and allow IAEA inspectors
Arizona Native, daughter to ASU Hillel Director Barton Lee, works with COGAT, coordinating transfers of goods, aid, and delegations into Gaza, and tells what she saw during Operation Amúd ʿAnán.
Leave it to legendary Walter Pincus from the Washington Post to flesh out a Request for Proposal construction project planned for Israel called Site 911. The oddly named project will cost up to $100 million, take more than 2 years to complete,
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak says he’s retiring.
Israel’s retiring defense chief thinks Iran needs to be “coerced” in 2013 from building an atom bomb, despite any U.S. hopes that sanctions will bring Tehran to the negotiating table.
This animation vid was created in response to the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
53 authors 'horrified at the latest round of Israeli aggression'
The UN nuclear agency has confirmed that one of its servers has been hacked. A previously unknown group posted contact details of more than 100 experts working with the IAEA, calling on them to act against Israel’s alleged nuclear activities.
'Moderate' Longtime Members Ousted in Favor of Hawks
For those, particularly in the timid or intimidated U.S. foreign-policy elite, who still pretend or somehow make themselves believe that Israel is not absolutely central to the neo-conservative worldview, I commend this week’s Thanksgiving editorial
US Military Support of Israel is Fueling the Gaza Conflict
Crowds have been massing at the border between Israel and Gaza, and Israeli soldiers killed a man they said was trying to cross the border.
Israel restricted Palestinian access to Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque compound on Friday and kept a tight grip on security as a first death tested a hard-won truce ending fighting in and around Gaza.
Israel slammed Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas on Friday for his support for Gaza following its confrontation with the Jewish state, while casting aspersions on the legitimacy of his upcoming UN statehood bid.
Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of one of the founders of Hamas and former Shin Bet agent: Israel made a mistake by agreeing to a ceasefire.
(CNN) -- As the dust settled over Gaza and Israel on Thursday amid relative calm, analysts were weighing who were the winners and losers from the conflict. How do the main players in the region now stack up?
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gave a qualified welcome Thursday to a truce deal between Israel and Hamas, mediated by Egypt to end eight days of violence that killed six Israelis and 163 Palestinians.
Israeli troops arrested 55 Palestinian “terror operatives” across the West Bank overnight, hours after a truce came into effect in the Gaza Strip, the army said Thursday.
A deal to end a deadly week-long conflict between Hamas and Israel in and around the Gaza Strip was agreed on Wednesday, a senior Hamas official told AFP.
A terrorist blew up a city bus in central Tel Aviv. Twenty-One people are hospitalized. Two people suffered serious injuries. In celebratory response, Hamas in Gaza has parties, fireworks, songs and the handing out of candy and sweets.