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For Israel, Attack on Iran Seems Off the Table

(JERUSALEM) — President Barack Obama's decision to open a dialogue with Iran's new president appears to have robbed Israel of a key asset in its campaign to...

Israel: No Dispute Over Iran Timeframe

(JERUSALEM) — Israel and the U.S. are on the same page regarding the need to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, an official said Saturday night after...

Israel Calls for New Pressure on Iran

(JERUSALEM) — Israel's prime minister is urging the international community to step up pressure on Iran, despite signs of possible flexibility from the new...

Kerry Off to Israel After Syria Arms Deal

(GENEVA) — U.S, Secretary of State John Kerry is heading to Israel for a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a day after sealing a deal with...

Why The Palestinian Prisoner Release Mattered

The decision Sunday by the Israeli government to release 104 Palestinian prisoners seems like a straightforward victory for the President of the Palestinian...

Kerry Plunges Back into Mideast Peace Diplomacy

(AMMAN, Jordan) — Plunging back into the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry held a four-hour meeting and fish dinner...

Obama in Israel: Running to Stay Put

President Barack Obama heads to Israel late Tuesday for the first foreign trip of his second term, a visit more about maintaining the status quo in a region...

Man in the Middle

When he wasn't on his talk show asking guests what they felt best symbolized Israel, Yair Lapid could be found in the marquee position in the nation's...

World

King Bibi's Tarnished Crown 1 | ISRAEL The campaign season for Israel's national elections was a sleepy affair, devoid of a galvanizing central issue and...

Israel's Right Turn

When Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called last October for elections, it was from a position of confidence and strength. He had already served as Premier...