A U.N. envoy’s statement suggesting Israel’s expansion of Jewish settlements presents an obstacle to peace with Palestinians distorts history, a spokesman for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday. In a report to the U.N. Security Council in New York, Middle East envoy Nickolay Mladenov...
A meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas may be held in Moscow at the end of September, according to a diplomatic source.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu exchanged opinions on Middle East peace process and urgent developments of the general situation in the region, according to the Kremlin press service.
Russia is ready to host direct talks between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestine's leader Mahmoud Abbas, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi said in an interview that is expected to be published on Monday.
Israel commended Ankara for approving a joint deal on the normalization of Turkey’s relations with Israel, ending a six-year period of tense ties, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said in a statement.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu heightened his row with international charities operating in Gaza in a video Thursday where he announced, “Israel cares more about Palestinians than their own leaders do.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed on Thursday that both he and Israel as a country cares more about Palestinians than their own leaders do. The video comes after Israel charged two Palestinians employed by the international...Show More Summary
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has rejected a request from the U.S. to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a bid to restart peace talks, according to Palestinian media reports. The Palestinian leader declined the request at a July meeting with U.S. Show More Summary
For years, Israeli politicians exploited the phrase ein partner (there is no partner) in order to dodge substantive peace negotiations with the Palestinians. These days, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu keeps repeating that it's "aShow More Summary
In an effort to apologize for last year’s notorious election-day comment when he warned that “the Arabs are coming out to vote in droves,” Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to social media to last week to urge Palestinian citizens to become more active in public life. Show More Summary
Syrian President Bashar Assad reportedly visited secretly Russian President Valdimar Putin in Moscow, just days before the latter met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in June, Lebanese newspaper Al-Joumhouria reported Thursday. Show More Summary
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday praised warming relations with Egypt and its president, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who ousted an Islamist government seen as hostile to ties between the neighbor...
Israel has rejected the statement of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani that the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants Republican nominee Donald Trump to defeat his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. Giuliani, in an interview...Show More Summary
In what was intended as a message to Palestinian citizens of Israel on “equality and dignity for all,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's accidentally called Arabs “goats,” and received backlash from Palestinian political parties for staging a “hypocritical charade.”
When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu came to speak to Congress and the American people to warn of the danger of Iran's nuclear program, and the shortcomings of the agreement negotiated by the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton's...Show More Summary
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a phone conversation on Saturday, discussed cooperation in fighting terrorism threats in the Middle East, Russian news agencies quoted the Kremlin as saying.
Israel’s human rights NGOs pushed back this week after the Knesset passed a transparency law that critics say was the most recent attempt by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition to persecute the country’s left. Leading...Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that the attempted military coup in Turkey would not affect relations improvement between the two counties, local media reported.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave French TV an eerily accurate warning in August 2014. The interview is again surfacing in the wake...
The left-leaning Haaretz reports on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech this week: There has been “a revolution in our relations with important Arab states,” the prime minister said at a commencement of the National Security College, outside Tel Aviv.... “We have always said that the moment we solve or make progress or […]