JERUSALEM — At the behest of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, his political allies in the Israeli parliament are preparing a sweeping legislative package designed to deter terror attacks. The measures are aimed both at preventing attacks against Israeli citizens, like the one that took place last week in a Jerusalem synagogue, leaving five people dead, and […]
JERUSALEM — At the behest of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, his political allies in the Israeli parliament are preparing a sweeping legislative package designed to deter terror attacks. The measures are aimed both at preventing attacks...Show More Summary
The Israel government under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has formally moved to restrict national rights in Israel to Jews alone. The law has passed the cabinet and if it passes parliament then the pretense of a pluralistic democracy is over - to be a true Israeli one must be Jewish, full stop. Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday staved off a potential splintering of his governing coalition – at least for now – with a reported agreement to delay bringing a contentious “nationality” bill before the Knesset, or parliament.
Divisions within Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's governing coalition delayed a preliminary vote on a proposed law to declare Israel the nation-state of the Jewish people.
Giving them what they want sure doesn’t work. “During trilateral meetings in Jordan between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Secretary of State John Kerry and King Abdullah of Jordan, Israel agreed to permit Palestinians of all ages to visit the Temple Mount complex. Netanyahu has also made clear that the status quo will be maintained on […]
1. Four killed in attack at Israel synagogueTwo Palestinian armed with knives and axes killed four Israelis and wounded six others in a synagogue on Tuesday. Police shot and killed the attackers. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office...Show More Summary
In the wake of a deadly attack on worshipers at a Jerusalem synagogue, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu invoked an incredibly loaded term to condemn what he says was Palestinian incitement to violence. The Israeli premier said the latest killings were the result of a "blood libel" against Israeli Jews, a phrase that carries with it the stigma of centuries of […]
In the wake of a deadly attack on worshipers at a Jerusalem synagogue, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu invoked an incredibly loaded term to condemn what he says was Palestinian incitement to violence. The Israeli premier said...Show More Summary
In the highest-level bid yet to calm tension over a disputed holy site in Jerusalem, Secretary of State John F. Kerry met Thursday in Jordan with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Jordan’s King Abdullah II, and declared afterward that all involved wanted to...
On Sunday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was looking into whether Israel could strip citizenship from those who speak out against the continued statelessness of the Palestinians.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. spoke quickly on his relationship with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel during remarks to the Jewish Federation.
Monday at the General Assembly of the Jewish Federation of North America, Vice President Joe Biden joked about not agreeing with a damn thing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says. The vice president's remarks come at a lowShow More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the Israel Public Affairs Committee policy conference in Washington March 4. Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has authorized the demolition...Show More Summary
In news certain to rattle Israeli society, several cabinet ministers inside Israel’s government claim that President Obama has formally notified Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the U.S. may plan a major break in relations with the Jewish state. Show More Summary
1. Netanyahu tries to calm tensions in East JerusalemIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought to diffuse unrest in East Jerusalem by vowing to maintain the 47-year-old rules that dictate worship at one of the holiest sites in the Middle East. Show More Summary
Imagine what would happen if an Obama cabinet member barred Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. However, during the first Bush administration, Secretary of State James Baker did just that. Baker said that administration officials calling Netanyahu “chickenshit” in The Atlantic couldn’t be a positive for U.S-Israeli relations. But he also noted that he had his own [...]
Business magnate and Trump Organization CEO Donald Trump argued that the Obama administration "treats our known enemies better than Israel" because it doesn’t like Israel or its Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and, and that “thereShow More Summary
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday phoned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and apologized to him in the name of the Obama administration for the comments made by an anonymous US official who called the prime minister “a chickenshit,”...Show More Summary
In the last several years senior Obama administration officials, disagreeing with Israel on many issues, have repeatedly personally lambasted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin (Bibi) Netanyahu. In background conversations, these officials...Show More Summary