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Netanyahu: After election, Iran will remain my top priority
Speaking at an event marking the 13th anniversary of Taglit-Birthright Israel program, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that the real danger to international peace comes from Iran and Syria, not from Israeli construction in Jerusalem.
 
Itsik Saban | Yedioth's big disappointment
It's no secret Yedioth Ahronoth wants to unseat Netanyahu.
Richard Baehr | Kicking the Jews in the face
Hagel shares Obama's desire to distance the U.S. from Israel.
Abraham Ben-Zvi | A throwback to the isolationist era?
Hagel espouses appeasement in the Middle East.
Yoram Ettinger | What's in store for US national security?
Brennan and Hagel are outside the American mainstream on crucial national security issues.
Zalman Shoval | The pitfall of talking
Something quoted out of context can be used by Israel's foes.
We are worried over Hagel nomination, says Knesset speaker
Obama's decision to tap former senator as defense chief has Israeli policy makers worried due to his views on Iran and the Palestinians Israeli diplomat: Hagel will be Obama's bad cop U.S.-Israel relations expert: Hagel will be a disaster for Israel.
Boaz Bismuth | Hageltopia
If Chuck Hagel wouldn't have existed Obama would have invented him.
Knives come out in Center-Left after unity meet goes sour
Hatnuah Chairwoman Tzipi Livni slams natural partners Labor Chairwoman Shelly Yachimovich and Yesh Atid Chairman Yair Lapid after three-way meeting aimed at striking unity deal yields no results.
Mati Tuchfeld | Tzipi in wonderland
Tzipi Livni's attempt to unify the Center-Left was prompted by her deteriorating poll numbers.
Israel wont allow State of Palestine passports
Chief PA negotiator: Israel "will not allow Palestinians to travel" with "State of Palestine" printed on identification documents New emblem to be used in correspondence with countries that recognized Palestinian observer state status in the U.N.
Tel Aviv paralyzed as heavy rains flood city
Police close city's main highway in both directions as drainage ditch overflows and submerges all lanes Dozens of streets around the country also closed Heavy rain expected to last through Thursday; flooding not expected to subside soon.
Sa'ar in final push to authorize Ariel University
Judea and Samaria Council for Higher Education welcomes completion of legal proceedings to recognize Ariel higher education center as a university High Court reviewing petition by university heads calling for cancellation of recognition.
US senator calls for gradual cut in aid to Israel
Visiting Israel for the first time, Republican Rand Paul says U.S. can't afford to keep borrowing money and then handing out to others, even to allies like Israel Paul: aid cut would benefit Israel by enhancing its ability to make independent decisions.
Israeli high-tech start-ups sold for combined $5.5 billion in 2012
PricewaterhouseCoopers Israel report shows that 50 buy-out deals for Israeli high-tech start-ups in 2012 averaged $111 million in size, an all-time high Figures reflect a maturing Israeli market, in which there are fewer, but larger, exit deals.
German bestseller: Hitler fell asleep awakens in 2011
German author publishes book imagining Hitler awaking after a 68-year slumber in modern, unoccupied, Berlin 250,000 copies have already been sold Plans in the works to translate "He's Back" to English, 16 other languages.
Egyptian adviser who called on Jews to leave Israel resigns
Essam el-Erian, adviser to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, resigns stating his decision was based on "conflict of interest" following appointment to Shura Council Morsi: Egypt supports calls by Syrian people for Assad to be tried for war crimes.
Iran urges world to accept Assad's 'Syrian solution'
"This plan rejects violence and terrorism and any foreign interference in the country," says Iranian foreign minister Turkey accuses Assad of "state terrorism" Western countries, along with U.N., condemn Assad's proposal to end the fighting in Syria.