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Large Discovery Means Israel Could Export Natural Gas

According to Israeli business news agency Globes, Delek Group Ltd. controlling shareholder Yitzhak Tshuva, said the Leviathan discovery makes Israel “completely energy independent” and a gas exporter. While plans for the Leviathan site are still preliminary, the Tamar site is expected to begin producing gas in 2012, according to a press release from Noble Energy.

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Netanyahu: No Ships to Reach Gaza

Earlier, security officials estimated that activists aboard the Rachel Corrie will prefer to dock in Ashdod rather than to go on to Gaza. Officials believe the activists will seek to transfer their goods via land, while collaborating with Israel. “If this is not the case, we will do everything to stop them without casualties,” a

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Biden Backs Israel’s Right to Inspect Ships

Israel bans concrete and steel because of the possibility such materials will be used by Hamas against Israel. Biden expressed support for an Israeli investigation of the flotilla incident with international participation.

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Statement by PM Netanyahu: “No Love Boat”

These missiles can reach Ashdod and Beer Sheva—these are major Israeli cities. And I regret to say that some of them can reach now Tel Aviv, and very soon, the outskirts of Jerusalem. From the information we have, the planned shipments include weapons that can reach farther, even farther and deeper into Israel. Under international

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Report: Flotilla Delays Iran Sanctions Vote

The three previous Security Council resolutions were unanimously approved, but this vote does not appear to be on the same track. Sources say 10 of the 15 states support additional sanctions, but the US is still trying to persuade Turkey, Lebanon, and Brazil among others. A majority of at least nine votes are needed for

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Hamas Refuses to Accept Flotilla Aid into Gaza

According to the Ma’an News Agency, Minister of Social Affairs in Gaza Ahmed Al Kurd told a news conference on Wednesday [June 2] they would not accept the aid until the flotilla activists detained after the incident were released. In addition, they would also not accept the items piecemeal.   Meanwhile, one day after the

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UN Avoids Directly Condemning Israel for Flotilla Violence

The resolution was similar to comments from US deputy representative to the UN, Alejandro Wolff, who avoided critiquing Israel for the violence and implied the flotilla’s effort to break the Israeli naval blockade of Gaza was irresponsible. According to a transcript of his comments on the US Mission to the UN, Wolff said the US

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After IDF Raid, Aid Makes Its Way to Gaza

“So far we have sent dozens of trucks with cargo,” he said. Dudi Gofer, head of the Defense Ministry's international transportation unit, said that some 20 trucks had left for Gaza. According to Gofer, “The equipment arrived without any international regulations. We are now unloading it, identifying it and performing an x-ray and dog examination.

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Advancing Breast Cancer Cure in Israel

The week will launch the Israel Breast Cancer Collaborative, a partnership between Komen and non-governmental organizations in Israel to enhance advocacy, awareness, screening and treatment of breast cancer in the country. Komen's first international research grant, 16 years ago, went to Israel. This trip is similar to those Komen has sponsored in recent years to

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Gaza flotilla participants created war atmosphere before confronting Israel

“[Remember] Khaibar, Khaibar, oh Jews! The army of Muhammad will return!”? Khaibar is the name of the last Jewish village defeated by Muhammad's army in 628. Many Jews were killed in that battle, which marked the end of Jewish presence in Arabia. There are Muslims who see that as a precursor to future wars against Jews. At

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