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Donald Trump’s Conundrum With Israel

yesterdayNews : Truthdig

By Robert Parry / Consortiumnews Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country opposes the Trump-Putin cease-fire in Syria—a position that pushes the United States toward more wars.

Jerusalem on alert as religious tensions rise over holy site

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel bolstered security in the Old City of Jerusalem on Friday and prepared for possible clashes with Muslim worshippers after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decided metal detectors at a sensitive holy site would not be removed.

Israel weighs removal of metal detectors at heart of religious row

2 days agoNews : The Lookout

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is debating whether to remove new metal detectors at the centre of a dispute with Palestinians over access to a religious site in annexed east Jerusalem, Israeli media said Wednesday. The reports came...Show More Summary

Europe remains blind because it doesn’t want to see

In Budapest this week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had an unintentionally revealing moment. On an open microphone, he was overheard condemning as “crazy” the EU’s insistence on resolving the Israel-Palestinian conflict as a precondition for closer trade ties. Show More Summary

No centrist, he

When Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Paris last weekend for the ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of the deportation of 13,000 Jews to the Nazi slaughter, French President Emanuel Macron made a pointed declaration. Show More Summary

Israel faces mounting Palestinian anger over holy site metal detectors

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is weighing whether to remove metal detectors at a Jerusalem holy site whose installation after a deadly attack last week has stoked Palestinian protests, an Israeli cabinet minister said on Thursday.

Hot Mic Catches Netanyahu Slamming EU

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was inadvertently picked up by a live microphone on Wednesday calling the European Union "crazy" and admitting to missile strikes in Syria. Netanyahu was at a regional summit in Hungary at aShow More Summary

Hot mic catches Netanyahu chastising EU’s ‘crazy’ conditions for Israeli–Palestinian peace

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

TEL AVIV, Israel — An unvarnished critique of the European Union by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a private meeting with Central European leaders was picked up on an open mike on Wednesday, as the Israeli leader accused the EU of “undermining” Israel and assailed as...

Israel's Netanyahu confident German submarines deal will be signed

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday said he believed that a $2 billion submarine deal with Germany will be signed after a police investigation into corruption allegations in the affair is completed.

Netanyahu Overheard Telling International Buddies What He Really Thinks of the EU

The comments from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that were caught Wednesday by a live microphone in Budapest may not have been phrased exactly as he would have put them for public consumption, but they weren’t totally surprising, either. Show More Summary

Netanyahu slams EU's 'crazy' Israel policy

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday denounced the EU's political demands on Israel as "absolutely crazy", in remarks leaked from a closed-door meeting with eastern and central European leaders in Budapest. "The European Union is the only association of countries in the world that conditions the relations with Israel... Show More Summary

In Hot Mic Remarks, Netanyahu SLAMS The European Union’s ‘CRAZY’ Policy On Israel (AUDIO)

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a hot mic moment on Wednesday, slamming the European Union’s “crazy” policy towards the Jewish State. Netanyahu... The post In Hot Mic Remarks, Netanyahu SLAMS The European Union’s ‘CRAZY’ Policy On Israel (AUDIO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

EU will 'wither and die' if it does not change policy on Israel – Netanyahu

Israeli prime minister is overheard by journalists at meeting of eastern European leaders in Hungary Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has launched a withering attack on the European Union at a closed-door meeting of eastern...Show More Summary

On hot mic, Israeli PM raps 'crazy' EU, admits Syria strikes

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been caught by a live microphone railing against the European Union's "crazy" insistence on resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a precondition for closer ties … Click to Contin...

Israel's Netanyahu tells Macron of doubts about U.S. peace push

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has doubts about U.S. Middle East peace efforts, according to a transcript of a conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron.

Hungary's Orban welcomes Netanyahu, vows to fight anti-Semitism

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban told Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday that his country stood firmly against anti-Semitism today after the "crime" of failing to protect its Jewish citizens during World War Two.

Israel opposes Syria truce deal over Iran presence: official

5 days agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu opposes the southwest Syria ceasefire agreed by Russia and the US since it would enable Iran to solidify its presence there, an official said Monday. The July 9 accord creating a de-escalation...Show More Summary

Netanyahu in Paris

(Paul Mirengoff) French President Emmanuel Macron hosted yet another prominent leader when Benjamin Netanyahu came to Paris this weekend. Netanyahu’s visit struck a more serous note than President Trump’s. The Israeli Prime Minister wasn’t in Paris for a parade. Show More Summary

Meeting of minds as Netanyahu visits Hungary's Orban

Hungary welcomes Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday on a landmark visit that Prime Minister Viktor Orban hopes will bolster him in his battle with George Soros and deflect charges of stoking anti-Semitism. It brings together...Show More Summary

Macron, Netanyahu mark 75 years since Paris roundup of Jews

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joined a ceremony in Paris on Sunday marking 75 years since the roundup of 13,000 Jews sent to Nazi death camps, with French President Emmanuel Macron saying France's responsibility was a "stark truth". Show More Summary

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