Israel Aerospace Industries

Israeli drone conference features weapons used to kill Gaza's children

Being able to drop bombs on Palestinians makes the development of arms “more efficient,” says technology chief in Israeli military.

Turkey's fickle support for Palestinian struggle

Rather than imposing tough sanctions, the Erdogan government has allowed trade with Israel to increase.

Arms dealers sniff opportunities as French president visits Israel

Drones will almost certainly be on the agenda when François Hollande meets Benjamin Netanyahu.

European lawmakers tell EU to stand up to lobby pressure, implement ban on settlement funding

Announced in July, the new EU guidelines should bar it from awarding grants to Israeli projects in territory occupied since 1967 and exclude Israeli businesses and institutions that operate in the West Bank from receiving EU loans.

Israel's deadly drones have origins in Sinai occupation

A 9 August Israeli drone strike in Sinai marks increased cooperation with the Egyptian military — and a return of Israeli drones.

Has the EU really caused an "earthquake" for Israel?

New guidelines on barring firms based in Israeli settlements from cooperating with the EU are actually quite timid.

Scandal in Nigeria over Israeli arms firm's Internet spying contract

Public outcry in Nigeria against contract with Elbit, while Swiss activists mobilize against pending Israeli drone contract.

"Bone-breaker" Rabin lauded in new book by veteran lobbyist

Former American Jewish Congress chief Robert Lifton tries to put a human face on some of Israel’s most notorious war criminals.

Israel and Mexico swap notes on abusing rights

Jimmy Johnson and
Linda Quiquivix
21 May 2013

Military cooperation between Israel and Mexico has risen sharply in recent years.

France follows Israel's script

Contact between Toulouse and Israel is likely to increase, now that one of Europe’s top weapons-makers is setting up shop in the French city.

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