Calls for restraint as rocket attacks from Gaza into Israel continue

By Jennifer Lipman, March 12, 2012

The secretary general of the United Nations has expressed concern at the "terrible price" being paid by civilians in the wake of the escalation of hostilities on the Gaza border.


Rocket fire from Gaza to Israel enters fourth day

By Jennifer Lipman, March 12, 2012

Violence on the border between Israel and Gaza has continued into a fourth day.

Since Friday, more than 160 rockets have been fired into Israel day and night by terrorist groups inside the Gaza Strip, including Islamic Jihad.

In retaliation for the attacks two Palestinian militants were killed on Monday morning as Israel's Air Force targeted terror cells operating in the area.


Journalist arrested for Delhi bomb attack on Israeli diplomat

By Jessica Elgot, March 7, 2012

A New Delhi journalist has been arrested by police, linking him to a bomb attack on an Israeli diplomat’s wife in the city.

Syed Mohammed Kazmi was described in local media as working freelance for an Iranian news agency. Police have searched his property over the last two days, but would not identify any evidence found.


Murdered Fogel family remembered in Israel a year later

By Jennifer Lipman, March 1, 2012

Friends and family of the five members of the same family who were slain last March in one of the most shocking atrocities in Israeli history have marked the first yartzheit of their deaths.

Udi and Ruth Fogel, and three of their children, including three-month-old Hadas Fogel, were found dead at their home on Friday March 11 2011.


Report: Daniel Pearl baptised by Mormons

By Jennifer Lipman, February 29, 2012

The parents of a journalist who was murdered by Islamic militants in Pakistan have reacted angrily to the revelation that their son was posthumously baptised by the Mormon Church.


Israeli Olympians return to Munich 40 years after massacre

By Jennifer Lipman, February 27, 2012

Seven Israeli Olympians who lost their teammates in the Munich Games massacre nearly 40 years ago returned to the city this week.


UN issues statement on Delhi Israeli embassy attack

By Jennifer Lipman, February 24, 2012

Ten days after Israeli diplomats were targeted in India the United Nations has issued a condemnation.

Tal Yehoshua-Koren, the wife of an Israeli diplomat, was injured when an explosive device was attached to an embassy car.


Report: British diplomats warned not to meet Israelis in public

By Jennifer Lipman, February 23, 2012

The Foreign Office has reportedly asked staff working in Israel to take extra precautions following the terror attack in Delhi last week.

According to the Times of Israel website, diplomatic staff were warned not to travel in cars with Israelis and to avoid meeting Israelis in public areas.


Iranian cell planning attack on Israelis arrested in Azerbaijan

By Anshel Pfeffer, February 23, 2012

As more evidence accumulated this week of Iranian attempts to attack Israeli targets from Thailand to Azerbaijan, the Indian government has tried to play down the Iranian involvement in the bombing last week that wounded the wife of an Israeli diplomat.


Thai police blame Iran as Israel calls for UN condemnation

By Jennifer Lipman, February 17, 2012

Thai police have confirmed that the explosives that injured an Iranian man earlier this week were meant for Israeli diplomats.

Israel has already made public its belief that Iran was behind the botched attack in Bangkok, another failed one in Georgia and a blast in Delhi on Monday.