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'Trump Has Made History': PM Benjamin Netanyahu Sits Down With Judge Jeanine
On the heels of her trip to Israel for the historic opening of the Jerusalem embassy,Judge Jeanine Pirrowill present a must-see interview with Prime MinisterBenjamin Netanyahu.Tune inSaturday at 9:00pm ETon "Justice" to hear the prime minister's thoughts on President Trump moving the embassy from Te
Opinion | It’s Benjamin Netanyahu’s World Now
Nearly every day it seems that another dream comes true for Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu: On May 8, when President Trump announced that the United States was pulling out of the nuclear deal with Iran, he delivereda speechthat could have been written by the Israeli prime minister. This
Netanyahu to be questioned for 10th time on June 12
This comes after state witness Nir Hefetz, former spokesman for the Netanyahu family, provided new information in Case 4000, also known as the “Bezeq Affair.”
It’s past time to bury the Israeli-Palestinian peace process
At the opening of the new US embassy in Jerusalem last week, Ivanka Trump snapped a selfie with a jubilant Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The crowd around them celebrated the occasion. By sharp contrast, less than fifty miles south, at that same moment Palestinians rioted and attempted to breach
PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s Son, Yair: ‘Fu*k Turkey’
Yair Netanyahu, who has previously provoked controversy with his social media posts, shared the image, replacing the letter “c” with the crescent and star of the Turkish flag.
Benjamin Netanyahu thinks peace is possible with Palestinians not associated with Hamas
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he thinks it’s possible for Israel to have peace with the Palestinians.“Yes, I think it's possible,”Netanyahu told CBS NewsTuesday evening. “Not with those Palestinians like Hamas, who call for a destruction. But I see peace with any one of our nei
Protesters place smoke flares near Netanyahu residence
The protesters are demanding that the government find a new location for the planned natural gas facility off the coast at the foot of Mount Carmel in northern Israel. The smoke flares were thrown into the garbage bin near the end of the protest, after the participants sang the national anthem, said
Is This German Cartoon Of Benjamin Netanyahu Anti-Semitic?
The cartoon, published in the German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung, is a riff on Israel’s recent win at Eurovision, which gives them the chance to host next year’s song contest. The singer Netta Barzilai won with her rendition of the Israeli mega-hit “Toy.” In celebrating the win, she exclaimed “Next ye
Smoke canisters placed near the Prime Minister's residence in Caesarea
The protestors want the Leveithan off-shore drilling rig, which will be built 10 kilometers off of the coast of Dor beach near Haifa, to be relocated 120 kilometers from the beach. The protestors believe that the oil rig will massively pollute the sea and ask that the rig be moved, according to a Ne
Smoke grenades thrown at Prime Minister's residence in Ceaserea
On Thursday the Prime Minister addressed a story published in the Israeli newspaperMa'arivclaiming his wife Sara Netanyahu requested an armed vehicle for protection. The Prime Minister wrote on his official twitter account: "this is another example of fake news, needless to say, neither my wife or I
Tel Aviv Diary: Trump's Korea Flop Has Israelis Questioning His Negotiation Skills | Opinion
U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S. March 5, 2018. Trump's u-turn on North Korea had some Israelis wondering if he is the great deal-maker he makes out himself to be.REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
Letter: Time to let go of the illusion that the U.S./Israeli empire will keep us safe
In this photo combination, Palestinians protest near the border of Israel and the Gaza Strip, left, and on the same day dignitaries, from left, Sara Netanyahu, her husband Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Senior White House Advisor Jared Kushner, and U.S. President Donald Trump's daughter,
Netanyahu to be questioned a tenth time after police receive new evidence
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be questioned by the police for a tenth time next month after receiving new evidence from state witness and former personal spokesman for the Netanyahu family, Nir Hefetz, Hebrew media reported on Friday.
Ex-chief justice: Justices’ meetings with PM necessary even under probe
It is necessary for judicial branch representatives to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when major legislation impacting the courts is being considered, even as he is under investigation, former Supreme Court president Miriam Naor said on Thursday.
Opposition says bill barring state appeals in graft cases tailored for Netanyahu
Coalition chairman MKDavid Amsalem(Likud) announced Wednesday he would advance a bill in the Knesset that would prohibit the prosecution from appealing verdicts in crimes punishable by less than 10 years in prison, including property offenses, bribery, fraud and breach of trust. According to Amsalem
Israel pushing Trump to recognize hold on the Golan, intel minister says
Israel is pressing the Trump administration to recognize its sovereignty over the occupiedGolan Heights, an Israeli cabinet minister said on Wednesday, predicting U.S. assent could come within months.
Israel PM denies seeking armoured car for wife - Breitbart
Sara Netanyahu is facing a possible trial over alleged misuse of public funds, which she denies, while her husband is under investigation over several allegations of fraud.
Watch: How Israel's highest court enables human trafficking
Since Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu first announced, then quickly denounced and withdrew from, a UN-brokered plan for Western nations to absorb thousands of the African refugees living in Israel, have the fortunes of those asylum seekers improved or deteriorated?
Erdan’s test | Opinion
A prime minister suspected of corruption offenses, some of which are the subject of active criminal investigations, must not be involved in appointing the next police commissioner in any way. Otherwise, the situation might deteriorate into a new version ofthe 1997 Bar-On-Hebron affair.
Netanyahu denies seeking armored car for wife
A statement from the Netanyahu camp denied any connection to the reports. "The prime minister, his wife and bureau are not involved in any way in decisions regarding protection and security, including the issue of an armored vehicle for the prime minister's wife," the statement said.