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  • ISRAEL: Appearance of new antitank weapon in Gaza raises concerns as border heats up

     
    The Gaza-Israel border has been heating up in recent weeks, with an increasing number of incidents on the fence, and rocket and mortar fire from the strip into Israel sharply on the rise. Alongside calculated retaliation including airstrikes on tunnels,.....
  • WEST BANK: Palestine National Orchestra has its debut

     
    Today an orchestra, tomorrow a state. With these words, Suhail Khoury, director of the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music, introduced the Palestine National Orchestra in its debut Friday in the West Bank city of Ramallah. More than 40 Palestinian....
  • Twelve Days of Christmas Flash Mobs: Yo is just oy backwards (happy belated Hanukkah)

     
    Hanukkah came (and went) a bit early this year but this flash mob, filmed in 2009 on Ben-Yehuda Street in downtown Jerusalem, was too good to be disqualified on a technicality. "Hanukkah Hey Ya" is a cover of Outkast's "Hey......
  • A Hanukkah miracle in Israel illuminates the possibilities for peace

     
    In a Times Op-Ed from Tuesday's pages, Israel’s ambassador to the United States, Michael B. Oren, finds light within the tragedy of the Carmel fire. Admitting that they needed help as the fire spread wasn't easy for Israelis, he explains.......
  • ISRAEL: More help on the way to fight Carmel fire

     
    As more international help continues to fly into Israel to help combat the fire decimating the Carmel woodland, the worst in the country's history, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed thanks for the many helping hands. He has spoken with 30......
  • ISRAEL: As fires ravage the Carmel, there are helping hands -- and some finger-pointing

     
    Israel is burning. Since Thursday, raging flames have ravaged the Carmel, devastating one of the country's largest and most scenic forest expanses. Blown out of control by high winds that haven't let up in days, the fire has its own......
  • ISRAEL, LEBANON: Israel to pull back to the Blue Line, again

     
    Israel's security Cabinet decided Wednesday to accept -- in principle -- the arrangement proposed by the U.N. and UNIFIL for withdrawing Israeli troops from the Lebanese part of the village of Ghajar. The details still have to be fine-tuned and......
  • MIDDLE EAST: Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal says pressure should be increased on Israel

     
    Enough with the pressure on the Palestinians to make concessions in peace talks, says Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal. It's time for Israel to feel the heat. "The pressure should now be redirected towards Israel," Mashaal said in an interview with......
  • WEST BANK: Building the airport before the state

     
    In its "Palestine: Ending the Occupation, Establishing the State" program presented in August 2009, the Palestinian Authority said that one of its objectives is the construction of Palestine International Airport in the West Bank. Prime Minister Salam...
  • ISRAEL: Yom Kippur war protocols declassified, provoking debate

     
    A few months ago, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved new regulations allowing state archives to extend classification of material from a period of 50 years to 70. The decision was made following pressure from Israel's security services and...
  • IRAN: Speculation on Israeli involvement in malware computer attack

     
    It took Iran several months since the reports that it was hardest hit by the computer worm known as Stuxnet but recently authorities conceded that about 30,000 IP addresses had been infected with the malware. The worm affected computers of......