2 hrs ago
New Jersey Jewish News
Ex-diplomat urges a - final push' for peace NEW
But the trip also left him convinced that it is time to begin a "final push" toward a two-state solution, as he wrote in a post-trip op-ed for the Bergen Record .
6 hrs ago
The Best Way To Support Israel Right Now
If you are a REAL Israel supporter and you are looking for the absolute best way to show your support for Israel right now, there is one way which is by far the best way to demonstrate that support, and that is to plan a trip - preferably as soon as possible - to come over and visit.
9 hrs ago
Israel lets wounded Palestinians fly from Ben-Gurion to Turkey for medical aid
Foreign Ministry issues statement that a second group of 17 Palestinians wounded in the recent fighting will be flown to Turkey, each patient to be accompanied by family member.
11 hrs ago
Fugitive former MK Bishara's think tank paid for Balad MKs' Qatar trip
The Knesset Ethics Committee will review whether Balad MKs violated Knesset regulations by traveling to Hamas sponsor Qatar last week on the dime of fugitive former MK Azmi Bishara, who is suspected of espionage.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Gaza militants fire rockets at Israel
JERUSALEM/DUBAI, Aug. 19 -- The Israeli military intercepted two Gaza rockets over southern Israel on Monday afternoon, as truce talks between Israel and the Palestinians collapses.
United Jewish Federation of Tidewater
Sunny with a Chance of Rockets: Part 6
Friday morning dawned, and we were no longer under the protective wing of Yad Vashem, what to me felt like, next to the Knesset, the safest place in Israel.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Collected Department Releases: Daily Press Briefing: August 18, 2014
MS. HARF: Just one quick item at the top and then we will open it up for your questions.
The Times of Israel
Netanyahu warns that IDF will strike hard if rockets resume
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arriving at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, August 17, 2014.
An Israeli vacation: If not now, when?
Right now Israel doesn't top any summer holiday lists. Indeed, summer occupancy rates at hotels in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, typically near 100 percent, have swung below the 50% mark.
The Times of Israel
A night of broken glass and mended souls
Devora Mason loves to speak about herself in the third person while writing about her social life and the social issues that she encounters in Jerusalem.
PHOTOS: The Secret Homoerotic Lives Of Cuban Men
Kobi Israel describes his photo series Love Stories, Cuba as a "visual travelogue," and boy, oh boy, if only everyone could travel like Kobi.
Source: Hamas not interested in return to full blown Gaza conflict, even if Cairo talks fail
Diplomatic source tells 'Maariv Hashavua' that Hamas is facing heavy pressure from Egypt not to provoke Israel into wide-scale confrontation; Abbas reportedly to discuss truce efforts with Mashaal in Qatar.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Middle East, 3:12 AMObama Authorizes Airstrikes on Iraq's Mosul Dam
The White House on Sunday said President Barack Obama had informed Congress he authorized U.S. airstrikes in Iraq to help retake control of the Mosul Dam, Reuters reported.
Holly Williams: Being a Woman in a War Zone 'Can Sometimes Be an Advantage'
CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams , who has been reporting this week from northern Iraq, talks to FORTUNE about the advantages of being a woman in a war zone: Sometimes when you travel to more conservative parts of the Middle East, obviously you are going to get treated differently as a woman than as a man.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
The Travel Adviser: For El Al, mission accomplished
Let's set the background. The expression mission accomplished was first used in World War II.
Ottawa aware of reports Canadian dead in Iraq
But the Foreign Affairs Department isn't confirming it is Farah Mohamed Shirdon, a former Calgary man the CBC has identified as having been radicalized in Canada and gone to the Middle East to fight for Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
The Washington Post
The Middle East identity crisis
Steven A. Cook is the Hasib J. Sabbagh senior fellow for Middle Eastern studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.
14:36 One more Kazakhstani evacuated from Syria: Kazakh MFA
Another Kazakhstani citizen has been evacuated from Syria and will soon arrive in Kazakhstan, the Foreign Ministry of Kazakhstan said to Kazinform.
Why Britain created monarchies in the Middle East
The Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this year welcomed former British colonies, but absent were those Middle Eastern states where Britain had exercised imperial soft power in the twentieth century.
Rick Santorum set to travel to Israel
The former senator from Pennsylvania and 2012 presidential candidate leaves Sunday for a three-day trip with a delegation of conservative and religious leaders, according to his group, Patriot Voices.