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  • Israeli premier criticizes world's 'silence' on Gaza rockets

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday criticized what he described as the world's "silence" over recent rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip, drawing a quick response from his country's closest ally, the U.S. Netanyahu, speaking at his weekly...
  • Rocket fired from Gaza Strip hits southern Israel, officials report

    Rocket fired from Gaza Strip hits southern Israel, officials report
    A rocket fired from the Gaza strip struck southern Israel Saturday, according to Israel's military. The rocket landed in an open area near Ashkelon, a city about 10 miles from the border with Gaza, police and army officials said. It was the third such...
  • AP Analysis: Fair to boycott Israel? Global momentum grows

    In boardrooms and campuses, on social media and in celebrity circles, momentum seems to be growing for a global pressure campaign on Israel. The atmosphere recalls the boycotts that helped demolish apartheid South Africa a quarter century ago. Israel and...
  • France criticizes growing movement to boycott Israel

    France's foreign minister is criticizing any boycott of Israel, amid uproar over French telecom giant Orange's announcement that it wants to cut ties with Israel. Laurent Fabius said in a statement Friday that it is up to Orange to determine its business...
  • Hezbollah threatens to displace 'millions' of Israelis

    The leader of Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group says "millions" of Israelis will be displaced in case of a new conflict between the Shiite group and the Jewish state. Friday's remarks by Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, during a rally in southern Beirut, were in...
  • French telecom Orange says it 'ultimately' will pull brand out of Israel

    French telecom Orange says it 'ultimately' will pull brand out of Israel
    The French telecom company Orange said Thursday that it “ultimately” planned to pull its brand name from Israel, giving a boost to an international boycott movement while enraging the Israeli government and the local franchisee. In a news...
  • Israeli warplanes bomb Gaza after rocket attack from enclave

    Israeli warplanes bomb Gaza after rocket attack from enclave
    Israeli warplanes struck three training facilities in the Gaza Strip early Thursday after rockets were fired into Israel from the coastal enclave, witnesses and security officials said. An Israeli jet fired a missile into a section of northwest Gaza...
  • Israeli filmmakers use light touch on heavy topic in 'Farewell Party'

    Israeli filmmakers use light touch on heavy topic in 'Farewell Party'
    Israeli filmmaker Sharon Maymon was present when his ex-boyfriend's grandmother Helga died in her home after suffering from cancer for five years. "We saw how the death released her from pain and suffering," he noted. "Then the paramedics came into...
  • 'My heart is broken,' aunt says after FSU student, 20, dies in Israel

    'My heart is broken,' aunt says after FSU student, 20, dies in Israel
    A soft-spoken woman from Pompano Beach, Briana McHam was eager to graduate from Florida State University in December and become one step closer to achieving her longtime dream of being an FBI agent. "She would have been a terrific agent," her aunt,...
  • Obama raises possibility of allowing U.N. vote on Palestinian statehood

    Obama raises possibility of allowing U.N. vote on Palestinian statehood
    President Obama took a step toward a tougher line with Israel in an interview released Tuesday, raising the possibility that the U.S. will allow a United Nations vote on issues related to the Palestinians if the two sides make no meaningful movement...
  • Israeli military backs off on soldier's jail time for non-kosher sandwich

    Amid widespread outrage, Israel’s military backed down Tuesday from plans to jail a soldier for eating a pork sandwich on base in violation of kosher rules, acknowledging that it had made a mistake. The 24-hour news swirl began when veteran...