The Unspoken Alliance: Israel and the House of Saud - Part I
Thursday, October 04, 2012
Experts speak on why Saudi arms are of no real threat to Israel, and how the two nations may actually come to work together in the face of a shared threat
CNN to be cut from Israeli cable
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Both of Israel's cable TV companies have now decided CNN is more expensive than it's worth, as Israelis increasingly turn to Fox, Sky and BBC
In God We Trust
Friday, September 14, 2012
With regional threats against the Jewish state mounting, Israel Today commissioned a pre-holiday survey to find out how Israelis are dealing with the situation, and to whom they are looking for deliverance - God, the IDF, or America. We also found that Iran is not the only threat Israelis are concerned with...
Israel is second most educated country
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Annual international survey shows that Israel second only to Canada in the percentage of its citizens that receive a higher education; also in top 10 nations for high school graduation
Israel tries to shed light on Jewish refugees
Monday, September 10, 2012
With all the focus on so-called "Palestinian refugees", Israel launched new campaign to gain attention for the 850,000 Jewish refugees it has quietly absorbed
Celebrating Israel's 'Spicy' History
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Israel has a storied past in so many different areas. One of those is as the ancient world's gateway to the exotic and highly valued spices of the Middle East and Orient
Israelis angered by Facebook page for God
Thursday, August 23, 2012
Facebook profile created by Israeli atheist posing as the Almighty garners 8,000 "Likes" by poking fun at belief in the Bible, but draws even more criticism
Israel vows to punish suspected Jew-on-Arab violence
Sunday, August 19, 2012
Netanyahu government angered by suspected attacks by Israeli Jews on Palestinian Arabs; commenters note contrast with Palestinian leaders, who praise Arabs who attack Jews
National Geographic hails Israel National Trail as "epic"
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Despite measuring only 300 miles from end to end, Israel has over 6,000 miles of hiking trails; Foreign Minister: Israeli love of walking the land has biblical roots
Intel looks to increase investment in Israel
Monday, July 30, 2012
Computer chip-making giant says it has gotten very good returns on investments in Israel, but feels it is missing opportunities and intends to invest much more
Israeli army remembers abducted soldiers
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
It was six years ago this month that the Second Lebanon War started as a result of the cross-border abduction of two Israelis soldiers, and four years since they were returned home in coffins
UPDATE: More political turmoil as Israel's largest party set to split
Monday, July 23, 2012
Netanyahu nears goal of splitting apart his primary competition - the large Kadima Party; Kadima defectors would rejoin Likud, enabling Netanyahu to easily pass legislation