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  • Poll: 52% of Jewish Israelis say illegal African migrants a 'cancer'

     
    More than half of Jewish Israelis polled in May agreed that Africans living illegally in Israel are “a cancer in the body” of the country, backing the controversial words of an Israeli lawmaker. The new poll from the Israel Democracy Institute...
  • Israeli leader Netanyahu blames Iran for Bulgaria bus bombing

     
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Iran for a Wednesday bombing attack on an Israeli tourist bus in Bulgaria that claimed at least six lives and injured dozens more....
  • ISRAEL: Actors threaten settlement boycott, lawmaker acts up

     
    Israel is dogged by boycott initiatives from different directions. Academic, commercial and cultural ties are threatened as organizations and individuals protesting Israel's policies turn to boycotting in an attempt to apply practical pressure that will...
  • ISRAEL: WikiLeaks and Israel -- quiet relief, louder vindication, for now

     
    The morning after the first disclosures of WikiLeaks' trove of diplomatic cables, buzz in Israel was somewhere between relief and vindication, and officials were being thankful by keeping quiet. Relations between Israel and the U.S. are based on a tight.....
  • ISRAEL: African immigrants caught between Israeli government and society

     
    Israeli officials frequently say Israel is the only First World economy that can be reached on foot from the Third World: You can walk from Africa straight to Tel Aviv. Tens of thousands have done just that -- and if......
  • ISRAEL: Sonia Peres, wife of President Shimon Peres, dies at 87

     
    The security guard downstairs noticed she hadn't come down to pick up the newspapers Thursday morning, but didn't want to violate her privacy by going up. A grandson who stopped by to visit later learned why. Sonia Peres, 87, had......
  • ISRAEL, EGYPT: Security around Egyptian embassy in Tel Aviv considered

     
    Tel Aviv police Cmdr. Shahar Ayalon met with Yasser Rada, Egypt's ambassador to Israel, to discuss security arrangements around the Egyptian embassy in Tel Aviv in the event that protesters against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak turn up, media...
  • ISRAEL: A welcome to South Sudan ... and maybe a lesson at home

     
    Hundreds of Sudanese and other African asylum seekers and migrants celebrated the independence of South Sudan in Israel on Sunday, flocking from all ends of the country to a southern neighborhood of Tel Aviv, the home away from home for......
  • ISRAEL: Students protest soaring rent prices

     
    As the peoples of the region wage protests over rights and distribution of resources and power, young adults in Israel have also been taking to the streets in recent days. And they're staying there, they say, until somebody does something......
  • El brasileño Douglas Da Silva ficha por el Salzburgo

    El defensa central brasileño Douglas Da Silva, de 25 años, dejó el club israelí del Hapoel Tel Aviv para unirse al Salzburgo austríaco en el mercado invernal del fútbol europeo, anunció el sábado el director deportivo del equipo de destino, el alemán...
  • Top cities for single men

    Top cities for single men
    Barcelona, Buenos Aires and Miami top a list of 29 cities that attract single men on the go. The cities on the list, compiled by the editors of AskMen.com, were considered for factors from the cost of a pint of beer and a cab ride to culture, weather and...
  • Eytan Fox, Israel's Premier Gay Director Takes a Surprising Turn with 'Mary Lou'

    Eytan Fox, Israel's Premier Gay Director Takes a Surprising Turn with 'Mary Lou'
    For Eytan Fox, the American-born Israeli filmmaker who tackled gays in the military in Yossi & Jagger, sent a straight Mossad agent sightseeing with a Nazi's gay grandson in Walk on Water and reimagined Romeo and Juliet as a boy-meets-boy at a West Bank...