Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday threatened to destroy those who call for the destruction of Israel, in a speech to mark the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day. "Iran and the Islamic state want to destroy us, and a hatred for Jews is being directed towards the Jewish state today," he said at a ceremony in Jerusalem's Yad Vashem memorial. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu opened Israel's annual memorial day for the 6 million Jews systematically killed by Nazi Germany and its collaborators during World War II by saying the lessons … Click to Continue »
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Friday in an exclusive Fox News interview that the world cannot allow Iran to develop a nuclear weapon. Netanyahu theorized to Sean Hannity about what the outcome would be in a confrontation where an “Islamist terror state” has nuclear weapons. He warned of irreparable damage and said “we cannot […]
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hammered the New York Times on Tuesday after they "recanted" for their printing of an op-ed piece on Monday from prominent Fatah official and convicted murderer Marwan Barghouti.
This is a revised and updated version of an article that originally appeared in In These Times on February 17, 2017 It was a surreal scene this past February, when President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that Israel remained committed to treating war wounded from Syria and reaffirmed his support for last week's US air strike in the neighbouring country. In comments at the start of a cabinet...Show More Summary
Israeli media say police have questioned another billionaire as part of a corruption probe involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Channel 2 TV says police grilled British businessman Poju Zabludowicz on … Click to Continue »
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed cohorts of Israel loyalists in the United States by video link last week at the annual conference of Aipac, the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee. They should, he said, follow...Show More Summary
While the White House is still formulating a new policy towards Israeli settlements, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got out in front of the forthcoming changes by announcing his own set of rules, with differing messages aimed at the Trump administration and right-wing members of his coalition. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday the latest addition to Israel’s missile defences meant that those seeking to destroy the Jewish state would be endangering their own existence. He was speaking at a formal ceremony to hand the “David’s Sling” system from its developers over to its Israeli air force operators. The medium-range interceptor, developed
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is warning Israel's enemies not to test the Jewish state at a ceremony inaugurating a joint U.S.-Israeli missile interceptor. Netanyahu said Sunday that defending the home … Click to Continue »
The only blemish in President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's friendly press conference last month was their disagreement...
Israel will limit new settlement construction in the West Bank "when possible" to within areas already developed or at least to contiguous areas, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government announced as … Click to Continue »
By Maayan Lubell JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's security cabinet on Thursday approved the building of the first new settlement in the occupied West Bank in two decades, even as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu negotiates with Washington on a possible curb on settlement activity. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's security cabinet has approved Israel's first new settlement in two decades to compensate for the court-o...
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's security cabinet has approved Israel's first new settlement in two decades to compensate for the court-ordered demolition of a settler outpost. Netanyahu said late Thursday the … Click to Continue...
President Trump had asked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to hold off on new settlement moves, but the Israeli leader says he is fulfilling an earlier vow.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he expected to sign off on Thursday on building the first new settlement in the occupied West Bank for two decades, even as he negotiates with Washington on a possible curb on settlement activity.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (neh-ten-YAH'-hoo) says he looks forward to welcoming new U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman to Israel "and especially to Jerusalem." Netanyahu is addressing the annual … Click to Continue »
Besides Jared Kushner's business interests in Israel, his family has a longstanding connection to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The post Trump son in law’s ties to Israel raise questions of bias appeared first on Macleans.ca.