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Israeli nukes greatest threat to peace: Iran

A senior Iranian official has said that Israel's undeclared nuclear weapons pose the greatest threat to Mideast peace and accused the United States and other nuclear powers of hypocritically ignoring

Israel orders 1,000 Palestinian trees uprooted

Israel said on Monday it has ordered Palestinian villagers to uproot 1,000 olive trees planted in an area of the West Bank under Israeli control and declared a nature reserve.

Israel's Civil Administ

Israeli ex-intel chief slams PM's Iran stance


The former head of Israel's Shin Bet security agency has accused the country's political leaders of exaggerating the effectiveness of a possible military attack on Iran, in a striking indication of Is

Egypt ends gas deal with Israel, stakeholder says


Egypt's energy companies have terminated a long-term deal to supply Israel with gas after the cross-border pipeline sustained months of sabotage since a revolt last year, a stakeholder in the deal sai

Ready to hit Iran if ordered: Israel military chief

Israeli forces are carrying out more special operations beyond the country's borders and will be ready to attack Iran's nuclear sites if ordered, the chief-of-staff said in an interview today.

In an

Petition to close down Mossad quashed

The Israeli Supreme Court has dismissed a petition seeking to close down the country's spy agency Mossad.

The petition was filed by a man, identified only as G., who claimed that the organisation att

Iran, powers agree in-depth Baghdad talks next month


Iran and world powers agreed in talks on Saturday to a more in-depth meeting in Baghdad on May 23 where, Western nations warned Tehran, hard work needed to be done to ease fears it wants the bomb.


Palestinian hunger striker in danger: Israeli group

A Palestinian man detained by Israel and on hunger strike for 41 days is in danger after beginning to refuse liquids, a rights group said on Tuesday, demanding he be transferred to a civilian hospital

Israel finds dud rocket near Eilat: Military


The Israeli army found an unexploded rocket near Eilat, two days after another rocket fired from Egypt's Sinai Peninsula hit the southern resort city, a military spokesman said Saturday.

"An unexplo

Rocket from Egypt's Sinai hits Israeli city: Police


A rocket fired from Egypt's Sinai desert struck the southern Israeli city of Eilat on Thursday causing no casualties or damage, Israeli police said.

The head of Eilat police, Ron Gertner, told Army R

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