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Obama: Iran must shut Fordo, give up making centrifuges. Palestinians must accept framework deal
US President Barack Obama addressed the Iranian nuclear and Palestinian issues in terms sympathetic to the Israeli case at the Saban annual forum in Washington Saturday, Dec. 7. On the final accord with Iran, he spoke of constraints for making sure Iran was prevented from attaining a nuclear weapon.
Ma'an News Agency
Netherlands to supply new security scanner at Gaza crossing
The Dutch government will supply a state-of-the-art security scanner to be installed at the Kerem Shalom crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip, a Palestinian Authority official said.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
IDF troops in Gaza, Golan report hostile activity
An army patrol in the northern Golan Heights reported a large explosion, while Palestinians hurled a firebomb at troops near Gaza separation fence.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Palestinians spurn US security ideas
Bedouin women protest against the Prawer plan as they call for the release of fellow Bedouins arrested during last week's protest, outside an Israeli court in the southern Israeli city of Beersheba yesterday.
Pulse of the Twin Cities
Locally Grown Alternative Newspaper
Addressing the press from his home in Mitzpeh Hila, Noam Shalit said the tape appears to be authentic, although the content was 'obviously dictated by his captors.'
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Minister Peretz in Landmark Visit to Turkey
For the first time since the relations between Israel and Turkey broke down, an Israeli cabinet minister has arrived in Turkey for an official visit.
Inter Press Service
Gaza Returns to Donkey Days
But the local donkeys are here to help. Abu Hesham on his donkey cart won't be able to clear all the streets of garbage.
Australia/Israel and Jewish Affairs C...
Cooperation with Israel on water could solve Arab water crises
Israel is a world leader in water technology, and has made itself effectively 'drought proof' in a region suffering a severe water crisis, through its investment in areas such as desalination, waste water recycling and drip irrigation.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Gaza kids were heard worldwide -- mini-Arks a huge success
Dear supporters; Saturday November 30th was a wonderful day in Gaza. Over 200 children, aged from 4 to 15 years, including 25 orphans, assembled at the Gaza Port.
Mercy Corps brings startup accelerator fervor to Gaza
The startup accelerator phenomenon that has taken root in Portland isn't limited to the U.S., and with the help of Portland-based Mercy Corps the idea is being taken to the Gaza Strip .
Kerry to present security plan in Mideast visit
The proposal will mark the first time that Kerry, who was to arrive in Israel late Wednesday, has directly intervened in the talks since they began in late July.
The Times of Israel
Egyptian army foils attack on Gaza watchtower
Egyptian army soldiers seen in a watchtower on the Rafah border with the Gaza Strip, July 2013.
National Public Radio
Palestinian Political Divisions Contribute To Limited Electricity In Gaza
After weeks of living with just six hours of electricity a day, residents of the Gaza Strip hope promises of help from Israel and Qatar will materialize quickly.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Iranian and Israeli Singers in Christmas Duet
"We inform Hamas in a timely manner, that we will be in such and such area, and Hamas spreads out its people on the other side to maintain the peace."
Ya'alon: Israel transferring food, water to besieged Syrian villages
Israel is sending water and food to desperate Syrian civilians near the Israeli border who have been trapped by the civil war, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Tuesday, during a tour of the Golan Heights.
The Times of Israel
The Negev heats up, media fume, but Gaza is kinda quiet
Police and protesters clash at a rally where around 1,200 demonstrators gathered in the southern Israeli town of Hura during a protest against the government's plan to resettle some 30,000 Bedouin residents of the Negev desert Saturday.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Hundreds of Gazans Protest Israeli Fishing Blockade
Hundreds of Palestinian youth activists sailed from the shores of the Gaza Strip on Monday to protest at Israel's restrictions on fishing in the seas off the Islamist-ruled enclave.
The Exacerbating Electricity Crisis in Gaza
In light of the continued siege on the Gaza Strip, and the silence on the humanitarian crises there, the government realized the need to give a detailed picture of the exacerbating electricity crisis: The electricity problem is not a problem of the day; it's an old, sequential one, but its severity differed in relation to the number of cut hours.
The Times of Israel
Tel Aviv bus bomber convicted in plea bargain
The front of a bus that was targeted in a bombing attack in Tel Aviv, Wednesday, November 21, 2012 A man accused of planting a bomb on a bus in Tel Aviv during Israel's brief military campaign in the Gaza Strip in 2012 was convicted Monday morning in the Tel Aviv District Court.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Hamas cancels anniversary rally in struggling Gaza
A mural in Gaza City depicts the late Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmad Yassin and the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.