Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered his ministers to break off contact with their Palestinian counterparts.
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s prime minister says Palestinian steps to seek further UN recognition as a state will be answered in kind by Israel. Speaking at a weekly Cabinet meeting Sunday, Benjamin Netanyahu says the Palestinians will only achieve a state through direct negotiations and “not by empty statements and unilateral actions.” Last week, the…
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel sits next to President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority, left, at the White House in Sept., 2010. Photo by TIM SLOAN/AFP/Getty Images Israel’s chief peace negotiator said Thursday...Show More Summary
Haaretz columnist and author Ari Shavit has gone all in on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's demand that the Palestinians recognize Israel as a "Jewish state." And if you read his new book My Promised Land: The Triumph and Tragedy of Israel, you'll understand why. Show More Summary
President Obama has added a new twist to shuttle diplomacy. It seems whenever Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in the air en route to Washington, the Commander-in-Chief chooses that time to apply the screws to Israel's democratic government.
Thanks to Scarlett Johansson, the American Studies Association (ASA), and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement has entered our national discourse. Representatives of Palestinian...Show More Summary
In advance of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent visit to the United States, President Obama gave an interview in which he viciously attacked Israel, suggesting that Israel was the cause of the peace process failure, that the United States could no longer protect Israel if the peace process failed and that Palestinian Authority President […]
The government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reportedly obtained massive military funding for a possible strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities despite ongoing negotiations between Western powers and the Islamic Republic.
In a cartoon video celebrating his administration's achievements in 2013, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pointedly leaves out any reference to peace negotiations with Palestinians, but speaks of security threats from Iran. And the video repeatedly uses images of Israel and Palestine without the Green Line.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday to protest remarks by Israel's defense minister that portrayed the United States as weak in its handling of nuclear talks with Iran...
Co-authored with Alex Vatanka, scholar at the Middle East Institute, in Washington, DC. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu famously lambasted the November interim nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 as a "historic mistake."...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the West to stand tough against the Iranian government during negotiations over sanctions and Iran’s nuclear program. Reuters reported that Netanyahu, showing reporters several...Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, perhaps prodded by private discussions with Secretary of State Kerry, has taken a bold move in peace negotiations with the Palestinian Authority by acknowledging the possibility that JewishShow More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attacked what he described as global hypocrisy on Iran, noting that the world's leaders had largely failed to condemn a large Iranian shipment of weapons to Palestinian terrorist groups that Israeli naval commandos intercepted last week. Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paid a visit to Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California where he met with Apple's CEO, Tim Cook. The above video of the meeting is from the Israeli Prime Minister's YouTube account. Via: The Loop
Earlier this week Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Tim Cook for a lunch as part of his tour of the United States. In the aftermath of the Wednesday meeting, the Prime Minister uploaded a short video clip to his … Read more ›
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he’s willing to give up “some settlements” to Palestinians, but as limited as possible. The settlements are a key issue in peace talks renewed under Washington’s tutelage in July after a three-year impasse. Little progress has been reported though U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has said he hopes […]
A short video clip posted by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's official YouTube page on Thursday shows the leader meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to visit the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles on Thursday as part of his three-day California trip.
Watch Zap2it's sneak peek at the special "Israel: The Royal Tour," in which Peter Greenberg searches through a Jerusalem marketplace for one of his favorite Israeli treats: kanafi.