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Netanyahu: Israel to Take 'Aggressive Steps' in Crackdown on Attacks

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his government is working on a series of "aggressive steps" after at least three Israelis were killed by Palestinian attackers Tuesday in the bloodiest day yet in a recent wave of viole...

Israel May Respond to Violence By Loosening Gun Restrictions

In the wake of the recent wave of stabbing and ramming attacks by Palestinians against Israeli civilians, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a meeting with top security officials on Tuesday to discusses possible responses,...Show More Summary

Israeli PM says will use ‘all means’ to end Palestinian violence

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that Israel would use “all means” available to end Palestinian violence and that new security measures were planned. Speaking before parliament, he also warned Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas that he would hold him responsible if incitement led to a further deterioration after nearly two weeks of violence, including a […]

Bibi Accuses Arab Leaders Of Inciting Jerusalem Violence

JERUSALEM (AP) — Palestinians carried out three stabbings Monday in Jerusalem, leaving a teenage Israeli boy in critical condition, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu angrily accused the country's Arab leaders of helping incite weeks of violence. Show More Summary

The latest violence is putting the Palestinian Authority's leadership in an impossible position

While Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has highlighted “incitement” as the main cause for the surge in Palestinian terror and violence in Israel and the West Bank, senior Israeli security officials, intimately acquainted with the Palestinian...Show More Summary

No quick fix for latest 'wave of terror': Israel's Netanyahu

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday there was no quick fix for the latest wave of Palestinian lone-wolf attacks the Jewish state has faced in recent days and that strong steps would be taken against those inciting to violence.

Netanyahu moves to lower tensions over Jerusalem holy site

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has banned Israeli cabinet ministers and legislators from visiting a sensitive Jerusalem holy site where rising tensions have spilled over into a wave of Palestinian attacks.

Violence Spreads in Israel, Despite Security Crackdown

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled a trip to Germany planned for Thursday as attacks against Israelis were reported beyond Jerusalem and the West Bank.

Benjamin Netanyahu cancels trip as violence continues in Jerusalem and West Bank

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled a trip to Germany as violence continued Wednesday in Israel and the West Bank, with attacks and clashes that injured both Palestinians and Israelis and left one Palestinian dead. In Kiryat Gat in southern Israel, a Palestinian stabbed a soldier...

Netanyahu cancels Germany trip due to security situation: sources

BERLIN (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has canceled a trip to Germany planned for Thursday, German government sources told Reuters, as tensions rise between Palestinians and Israelis after about 10 days of violence.

Israel lights the spark at Al-Aqsa again

The situation at al-Aqsa has come to symbolize in painful microcosm the Palestinian story of dispossession. Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is betting that greater force will win, but Jonathan Cook says Palestinian youths will continue reaching for the humble stone, exerting what little power they have against a modern Goliath.

Israel Destroys Palestinian Militants' Homes After Netanyahu Promises 'Strong Hand"

JERUSALEM (AP) — The Israeli military on Tuesday demolished the homes of two Palestinian militants in east Jerusalem, the army's first concrete steps following a late night Cabinet meeting in which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised a "strong hand" to quell recent deadly attacks. Show More Summary

Israel razes homes of Palestinian militants in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli forces destroyed the homes of two Palestinian militants and sealed off part of a third in Jerusalem on Tuesday, in a crackdown launched by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after four Israelis were killed in Palestinian attacks.

Netanyahu: Israel ‘in fight to death against Palestinian terror’

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday Israel was “waging a fight to the death against Palestinian terror”, and ordered tough new measures after the killing of two Israelis in Jerusalem. “These steps include, among others, speeded up demolition of terrorists’...

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A new low. Staying away from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s United Nations speech: “This is a low point for seven years of Obama diplomacy. I’ll admit to surprise that Kerry, who appears to value diplomatic niceties greatly (and arguably too much) let this happen. But perhaps he knew nothing about it or was overruled […]

Distinguished pol of the week

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has had some memorable United Nations speeches. But his address this week — if for no other reason than  his 45-second silent stare at the delegates in reproach for their silence on Iran’s genocidal threats — will go down as one of the best. The speech certainly should be read […]

World must ‘keep Iran’s feet to the fire’, says Israeli PM

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the world to “keep Iran’s feet to the fire” in an interview with Fox News which aired last Friday Netanyahu called for greater pressure on the Islamic Republic and thorough inspections to ensure it abides by the nuclear deal reached earlier this year. “We have to keep Iran’s feet […]

AP, NY Times Fail to Report Absence of Power, Kerry From Netanyahu UN Speech

On Thursday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke at the United Nations. As described by George Jahn at the Associated Press, it was "an impassioned speech interspersed with bouts of dramatic silence." Jahn failed to report the absence of U.N. Show More Summary

Netanyahu says Israel's relationship with Russia is good

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel wants to avoid an adversarial relationship with Moscow and is unsure how Russia's recent military intervention in Syria will affect the situation there.

Israeli PM reveals to UN details of Hezbollah’s new Weapons

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed for the first time during his speech at the UN some details about the process of Hezbollah’s rearmament with the help of Iran and Syria, Haaretz daily reported Netanyahu said that Iran has smuggled advanced SA-22 anti-aircraft missiles to Hezbollah in Lebanon as well as Yakhont precision anti-ship cruise […]

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