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Dempsey: Israel, US have 'different clocks' on Iran
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey says that Israel is "living with an existential concern that we [U.S.] are not living with" Former MK Tzachi Hanegbi says U.S. has not made any commitment to take military action against Iran.
 
Dr. Reuven Berko | Nasrallah's horror show
Hezbollah's chief hopes that Iran will have a bomb in the future, so that he can be crowned as a master in his own right.
Dan Margalit | The president sheds his ambiguity
Shimon Peres was one of the designers of Israel's nuclear ambiguity policy. Does he realize that he is now moving in the opposite direction?
Dror Eydar | On TV news, indoctrination, not facts
How a TV news show distorted the story about a former Education Ministry civics supervisor.
Shin Bet: PA security guard involved in terror plot
Four Palestinians arrested in Popular Front for Liberation of Palestine terror plot One suspect worked as guard in Palestinian National Security Forces and cell planned to use weapons he could access as part of his duties with the Palestinian force.
'Israel is a cancerous growth at the heart of the Islamic world'
Speaking at Tehran University, Iran's Supreme Leader Khamenei calls Israel "A threat to all humanity," claims Israel and the U.S. are employing a 'divide and conquer' campaign on the Arab world The New York Times reports Iraq has been helping Iran.
Why did FBI probe GOP congressman's Galilee skinnydip?
The delegation, of more than 60 people, was sponsored by the American Israel Educational Foundation Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-Kan.) allegedly took off his clothes and jumped into the Sea of Galilee.
Peres says Jerusalem lynch violates Jewish law
President Shimon Peres and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barakat condemn violence Five suspects in police custody, all are minors Victim awake in intensive care: "I can't move and I don't remember anything."
Dichter vows to prepare homefront for Iran's 'existential threat'
Newly appointed homefront defense minister, Avi Dichter, says "the era in which Israelis are killed because they are Jews is over" Dichter says the lessons from the 2006 war in Lebanon have been learned.
Mofaz demands meeting with Netanyahu over Iran 'war plans'
Leader of opposition wants discussion as part of prime minister's legal obligation to meet with him at least once a month Mofaz, who up until a month ago attended Cabinet meetings on Iran, demands detailed rundown of Israel's preparedness for war.
Morsi: Cairo stands by Gaza's side
Gaza Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh tells Egyptian president: Hamas wants to cooperate with Egypt combating terrorism in Sinai, emphasizing it does not want to be a force of regional instability, but cooperation does not extend to "the Zionist enemy."
After Grad attack, IDF deploys rocket interceptor near Eilat
Iron Dome anti-rocket battery positioned in mountains close to where Grad rocket remnants were found on Friday Rocket fire into Israel from Sinai has become an increasingly common phenomenon in recent years.
IDF trains soldiers for captivity, based on lessons from Schalit
After completing the debriefing of recently freed soldier Gilad Schalit, IDF reviews training given to elite soldiers and pilots on how to cope with captivity IDF impressed with Schalit's handling of more than five years in Hamas captivity.
Up defense budget to NIS 66B, says Defense Ministry panel
Defense Minister Ehud Barak praises findings of Tishler committee, which he appointed Finance Ministry says findings were 'premeditated' and maintains defense budget should be cut to 50.5 billion shekels.
Israeli ex-fundraiser for US Rep. Grimm arrested in New York
Israeli businessman Ofer Biton arraigned on charges of immigration fraud Arrest part of FBI investigation into followers of Israeli Rabbi Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto who donated, perhaps fraudulently, to Grimm's campaign.
Ministry of silly chocolate spreads: John Cleese stars in Israeli ad
Israeli chocolate producer Hashahar Ha'oleh flies production team out to Monaco to film commercials with British actor John Cleese Cleese, of Monty Python and Fawlty Towers fame, had to pull out of Israeli movie due to medical reasons.
'Israelis pay more for gas, but enjoy top-notch healthcare'
Israelis' health better than in U.S., Canada and most Western nations, despite system's shortcomings Separate survey shows Israelis have 31st "most painful" experience at the pump due to comparatively low purchasing power and dependence on oil imports.
Your ass is blocking my signal: Park introduces donkey Wi-Fi
The Galilee town of Hoshaya, which operates the recreational park, Kfar Kedem, where visitors can simulate ancient Galilee life, propels itself into the modern age by fitting donkeys with wireless Internet routers.