Israel

We are clearly living in tumultuous times. Seven months on from Mohamed Bouazizi lighting himself -- and then the Middle
Israel's interior minister has given final authorisation to build 1,600 apartments in disputed east Jerusalem and will approve
Looks like we've discovered the secret to Bar Rafaeli's buff body: the supermodel posted these pictures of herself on Twitter
The message which was carried around the streets of Cairo, Benghazi and Algiers, is now inspiring tens of thousands of young Israelis in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Beer Sheva.
A procession has been making its way through the foreign offices of the world; it has passed through Russia, Brazil and even
As the Libyan and Syrian uprisings dominate the headlines it is fairly easy to miss the increasingly determined protests across Israel.
More than 100,000 people took to the streets in Israel on Saturday as discontent over spiralling living costs reaches a boiling point.
Netanyahu's brutish political fighting stance has always been about smothering the peace process, bamboozling the international community and low blows when it comes to settlement expansion. However, this unprecedented domestic crisis could prove to be the knock-out punch he never saw coming.
For investors looking to capitalise on a developed market with the yields of an emerging one, Israel is the place to be. The general feeling is "If it's good enough for Google, it's good enough for us". In the business world we have a fierce hope that where there is innovation, peace and prosperity will follow.
In the all the drama of the phone hacking scandal and the subsequent Murdoch meltdown over the past two weeks, it can be