Wednesday November 26, 2014
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Iran's supreme leader: Arrogant world powers failed
Day after world powers extend deadline on years-long nuclear talks with Iran, Twitter account believed to be run by Ayatollah Khamenei accuses West of meddling in Middle East affairs Israel welcomes failure to reach what Netanyahu calls a "bad deal."
Boaz Bismuth | Surprises, pleasant and otherwise
Iran needs much more than a smiling president to erase years of secrets and lies.
Ruthie Blum | Appeasing Iran
The warnings and finger-wagging emanating from the State Department on Monday evening were reserved -- you guessed it -- for Israel.
Prof. Abraham Ben-Zvi | Keeping up appearances
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has been made to pay the price for President Barack Obama's hesitant policies.
Dr. Gabi Avital | Jewish state first
Those who oppose a Jewish state bill have no trouble fiercely advocating the inception of a Palestinian nation state, despite the PA's refusal to recognize the Jewish homeland.
Eyal Zisser | Getting nowhere fast
With another extension to the West's nuclear talks with Iran, it seems the U.S. has come to believes a bad deal is better than no deal at all.
Dan Margalit | A coalition divided
There is no need for early elections right now, but there has to be a limit to how much we are willing to do to prevent them.
Isi Leibler | Coping with religiously inspired terrorism
We must confront our adversaries, confident in the knowledge that we can defend ourselves and will not be offered up as sacrificial lambs.
We don't need the US to teach Israel about democracy, says MK
After cabinet approves bill defining Israel as Jewish, U.S. State Department "expects legislation to continue Israel's commitment to democratic principles" Knesset vote on "Jewish state" bill postponed as coalition bitterly divided over its wording.
New song 'Ahmed Loves Israel' sparks charge of racist incitement
Israeli singer Amir Benayoun comes under fire over song describing an Arab student's intentions to carry out a terror attack Meretz MK Issawi Frej urges police to launch incitement probe against singer Benayoun: Song doesn't encourage violence.
2 yeshiva students wounded in suspected Jerusalem terror attack
Police say they have not ruled out that the injuries might have resulted from a fight between Arabs and the yeshiva students The older student, 45, was stabbed in the chest, while the second student was beaten up Three suspects arrested.
FM mulls right-wing bloc ahead of possible elections
Avigdor Lieberman said to be considering having Yisrael Beytenu join forces with Likud, Habayit Hayehudi parties ahead of next Knesset race "It's a way for us to win the elections," he tells associates Move may drive leftist parties to do the same.
Academic body votes to be open forum on Israel boycotts
Middle East Studies Association says it will not take an official stand for or against members calling for academic boycotts of Israel Boycotts are "protected free speech and legitimate forms of nonviolent political action," it says.
UN chief: Palestinian recognition gaining momentum
Israeli ambassador to the U.N. says recognition of Palestinian state takes away any incentive for the Palestinians to negotiate, compromise or renounce violence and gives them exactly what they want -- "statehood without peace."
Britain says it is reviewing arms exports to Israel again
"To ensure that new information is taken into account, and in light of the fact that a cease-fire has been in place for more than two months, ministers decided earlier this month to carry out a further review," says government spokeswoman.
Israel slams Jordanian support of synagogue terrorists' families
Israeli Embassy in Amman on Monday issues harsh letter of protest and condemnation to Jordanian Foreign Ministry following letter of support sent by Jordanian PM Abdullah Ensour to families of terrorists behind last week's synagogue massacre in Jerusalem.
Temple Mount shooting survivor credits 'divine supervision'
"The fact that I am sitting here before you and talking like this is not a given," says Glick, who was hospitalized in critical condition after being shot repeatedly in assassination attempt "The surgeon told me, 'You have no idea how lucky you are.'"
Hagel, under pressure, resigns as US defense secretary
"There's no question he was fired," says source Ya'alon: Hagel is a "true friend of Israel" Former Defense Undersecretary Michele Flournoy on short list of possible replacements, could become first woman to hold the post.
Israeli company aims to recharge mobile phones in 30 seconds
While the prototype is currently too bulky for mobile phones, Tel Aviv-based StoreDot believes it will soon be ready to market a slim battery that can deliver a day's power in just 30 seconds Technology also applicable to electric car batteries.