Amy Teibel

Israel considers resumption of Gaza assassinations

Israel has announced it is considering resuming its contentious practice of assassinating militant leaders in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip.

Israel making inroads in halting Africa migration

The influx of African migrants into Israel has slowed dramatically, following a series of measures meant to halt the new arrivals.

Israel blasts South African proposal on settlement goods

The Palestinian campaign to boycott goods from Jewish settlements in the West Bank has received a boost with an unprecedented South African proposal.

Israel’s schools slammed for underperforming

A growing chorus of critics has warned that Israel's educational mix will compromise the country's ability to continue generating dazzling technology.

Sudanese rebel leader meets with Israeli spies

A powerful Sudanese rebel leader met secretly with top Israeli espionage officials in Israel this month, Israeli defence officials said on Monday.

Olmert to formally resign

Israel's corruption-tainted Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, will formally resign on Sunday, Israel Radio reported.

I’m still here, says Sharon after stroke

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffered no permanent damage from a mild stroke and will be released from the hospital on Tuesday, his doctors said on Monday. Although Sharon is expected to make a full recovery, the illness raised questions about his ability to lead the country.

Gaza pull-out: Troops storm synagogue

Thousands of Israeli stormed the main synagogue of the Jewish settlement of Neve Dekalim on Thursday to remove about 1 500 protesters, one of the last bastions of resistance to the Gaza pull-out.

Israel considers moving up pull-out plan

The Israeli government is considering moving up its mid-August withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, senior government officials said on Thursday, after a three-day mass protest against the pull-out tied up tens of thousands of security forces. The evacuation originally was to have begun in mid-July.

Israel ‘not warned’ about London attacks

Israel was not warned about possible terror attacks in London before at least six blasts ripped through the city, Minister of Foreign Affairs Silvan Shalom said on Thursday. A foreign ministry official had said earlier that British police warned the Israeli embassy in London of possible terror attacks minutes before the first explosion.

Abbas pleased with US slapdown

Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas expressed satisfaction on Wednesday after United States President George Bush warned Israel against expanding any of its settlements in the occupied territories. Bush warned Israel that there could be ''no expansion'' of settlements in Palestinian territories under the US-backed road map to Middle East peace.

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