Monday, February 18, 2013


Netanyahu: Israel Keeping Close Tabs on Syrian Border Israel will maintain close tabs on its border with Syria and only let people to cross in "exceptional circumstances," says PM Netanyahu.

Israel sells electronic warfare systems to Turkey J'lem complete $200 million deal with Turkish air force, after it was frozen following the 2010 Mavi Marmara incident.

Obama trip to get logo (but no corporate sponsor) Prime Minister's Office is asking the public to choose the design of Obama's visit to Israel.

UK seeks EU support on arming Syrian rebels Britain's William Hague was almost alone on Monday (18 February) in saying EU countries should give weapons to Syrian rebels.

PM: N. Korea proof that sanctions won't stop Iran Netanyahu tells Jewish Agency Board that without "robust, credible military threat," Iran won't stop its drive for nuclear weapons.

Dershowitz: Contender for papacy is anti-Semite Harvard professor says Honduran Cardinal Maradiaga has blamed Jews for scandal surrounding sexual misconduct of priests.

Hezbollah condemned for 'attack on Syrian villages' Syrian rebels and the opposition have accused the Lebanese Shia group Hezbollah of attacking Syrian villages.

United Nations reviewing asteroid impact threat Focus is on pushing forward on an international response to the impact threat of asteroids and other near-Earth objects (NEOs).

Jordan, Israel, Negotiate Over Natural Gas Deal Jordan and Israel are negotiating a gas deal, according to officials from the Jordanian government sources.

Likud Warns: New Elections are Possible Likud is feeling the pressure of Bayit Yehudi and Yesh Atid's united negotiating posture. Analysis.

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