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Benjamin Netanyahu Has Joined the 10 Year Challenge
Israeli Prime Miniter Benjamin Netanyahu has joined the “10 year challenge” that’s been sweeping social media. But Netanyahu, who faces a range of political and legal challenges right now, shied away from personal subjects. Instead, the embattled prime minister took to social media to talk up what h
Israel PM Netanyahu Bombarded with Instagram Comments Amid Legal Battle
In an attempt to appeal to the younger generation, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to Instagram to make light of the bribery charges police are recommending in three cases. The PM invited his social media followers to read and respond to the story he posted on his Instagram account.
Netanyahu's chilling '10 year challenge' post says so much about the future of Israel
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have seen that the “10 year challenge” has swept the internet this week. Social media users have been busy sharing flashback pictures of themselves with more hair, worse skin and horrific wardrobes to show how far they’ve come.
Benjamin Netanyahu Confirms Airstrike on Syria
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that an airstrike by the country had hit hundreds of Iranian and Hezbollah targets in Syria. Netanyahu confirmed the strike, calling the mission part of the country’s “impressive success” against militants.
Japan increases investment in Israel, in midst of negotiating free-trade agreement
This development comes as a Japanese envoy, led by the country’s Economy, Trade and Industry minister Hiroshige Seko, visited Israel. Seko met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Economy and Industry Minister Eli Cohen. This visit is Seko’s third in the past four years.
Israeli PM Hails Burgeoning Economic Ties With Japan, Amid Reported Free Trade Deal Talks
Israel and Japan are currently negotiating free trade agreement, the financial newspaper Calcalist reported on Tuesday. The report came as a delegation of senior Japanese businesspeople — led by Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Hiroshige Seko — visited Israel.
Netanyahu: ‘Israeli Army Is Ready for War’
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed on late Thursday that the Israeli army is “ready for war.” Netanyahu’s remarks came after he held meetings with security officials and received summaries of the commission examining the Israeli army’s preparedness.
Intel: How Israel is trying to calm growing US fears over its China connections
Today’s comments by Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz reassuring the Donald Trump administration about its commercial and technology dealings with China underscore deepening concerns in Washington that could threaten US intelligence sharing with Israel.
Netanyahu invited to United States international conference on Iran influence
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was invited to participate in the international conference focusing on Iran's regional influence in the Middle East, Israeli news reported Friday evening.
Iran Guards chief insists no withdrawal from Syria
The head of Iran's Revolutionary Guards said Wednesday there would be no withdrawal of Iranian forces from Syria as he dismissed Israel threats, conservative news agency Fars reported.
When Bolsonaro and Netanyahu Are ‘Brothers’: Why Brazil Should Shun the Israeli Model
Newly-inaugurated Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro, is set to be the arch-enemy of the environment and indigenous and disadvantaged communities in his country. He also promises to be a friend of like-minded, far-right leaders the world over.
Palestinian planning Netanyahu assassination gets 11 years
Israel convicted a Palestinian Arab who planned to assassinate Netanyahu to 11 years in prison. Mohammed Jamal Rashda, 31, a Palestinian Arab who planned to assassinate Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was sentenced to 11 years in prison on Thursday.
Terrorist who planned to assassinate Netanyahu gets 11-year sentence
(January 10, 2019 / Israel Hayom) A resident of the Shuafat refugee camp in east Jerusalem who was convicted of planning terrorist attacks against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other senior officials, including former Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, has been sentenced to 11 years in pris
Abbas’s deputy participates in burning ‘coffin’ with photos of Trump and Netanyahu
(January 9, 2019 / Palestinian Media Watch) Celebrating the 54th anniversary of the Fatah movement, which is commemorated on the day of its first attempted terror attack against Israel, Abbas’s deputy chairman of Fatah, Mahmoud Al-Aloul, participated in a ceremony at which a black “coffin” decorated
What did Netanyahu do in Brazil for five days?
On December 28, 2018, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went to the inauguration of Brazilian President Zhair Bolsonar, announcing his intention to open a “new era” in relations with the largest Latin American state. Before this, Bolsonar promised, after the USA, to recognize Jerusalem as th
Survey Drama: Gantz, Netanyahu, in Statistical Dead Heat
The gap between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former Chief of Staff Benny Gantz is only three percent as to who the Israeli voters would prefer for prime minister, according to a Channel 10 poll this week.
Cybertech 2019, Israel’s Largest Cybersecurity Event, To Open In Tel Aviv This Month
The largest annual cybersecurity event in the world outside the US, Cybertech 2019, is coming back to Tel Aviv later this month, gathering thousands of industry leaders, top executives, venture capitalists, and government officials from across the world.
Netanyahu asks Twitter followers: Help me make bribery jokes
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked his followers on social media Monday night to help him come up with one-line jokes about bribes and the police. Netanyahu posted a form on Twitter with the line: Bribery without money is like ____, asking followers to fill in the blank.
'Dramatic': Netanyahu wants to face accusers
(TIMES OF ISRAEL) — In a live statement to the press on prime time Monday evening, advertised ahead of time as “special” and “dramatic,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanded that police allow him to face the state’s witnesses who have testified against him in the three corruption cases in whic
In primetime address, Netanyahu dismissed accusations of corruption
Billed ahead of time by his spokesperson as “something dramatic,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denied the series of allegations that have been leveled against him, with Israeli police recommending last month that the prime minister and his wife be indicted.