By: Andrew Beatty Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will next week redouble efforts to scupper the international nuclear deal with Iran, making a personal appeal to Jewish groups across the United States. Netanyahu, a strident opponent of the agreement, will make a web address Tuesday that will be available on computers, on mobile phones and […]
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday forcefully condemned the arson attack on a Palestinian family — in which an infant was burned to death — as a “horrific, heinous” crime that is “a terror attack in every respect.” Two homes...Show More Summary
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday that the deal on Iran's nuclear program would improve security in the Middle East and guaranteed that Tehran would not acquire nuclear arms.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is, today, doing what he genuinely excels at: warning against the dire consequences of a policy to which he vehemently objects. And there is much to warn about in the Joint Comprehensive Plan...Show More Summary
NEW YORK -- Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday continued his aggressive defense of the nuclear agreement recently reached with Iran. Pushing back against mounting criticism from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and several...Show More Summary
By Jeffrey Rudolph | (Detailed Political Quizzes) | Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cannot be taken seriously when he talks about Iran. While Netanyahu is a master at exploiting fear in a…
Robert Fantina dissects Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's initial response to the Iran deal and asks, " has a more astoundingly dishonest and hypocritical set of words has ever been uttered?"
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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter never expected to win over Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the merits of the nuclear agreement with Iran but tried to put a brave face on their sometimes blunt, closed-door exchange on Tuesday.
A face-to-face session between Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel on Tuesday was fraught with tension.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is, today, doing what he genuinely excels at: warning against the dire consequences of a policy to which he vehemently objects. And there is much to warn about in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, which places a moratorium on most of Iran's nuclear progress in exchange for sweeping relief of sanctions. Show More Summary
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's attorney general has ordered a criminal investigation into excessive spending at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residences. Monday's announcement followed a report by the state comptroller, an officialShow More Summary
Israel’s attorney general on Monday opened a criminal investigation into suspected mismanagement of the household spending of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein agreed to a police recommendation to look into “a number of matters concerning the running...
Despite a “hypocrite” approval of Iran nuclear deal in the UN Security Council, Tehran will have to make further concessions if Washington maintains its economic sanctions against the country, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in local parliament.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Barack Obama holding a joint press conference at the Prime minister's residence in Jerusalem. March 20, 2013. (Photo by Kobi Gideon / GPO) The agreement between Iran and the P5+1 will determine the future of Iran's nuclear program for the next few decades. Show More Summary
Israel's prime minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu declared his intention to throw his yarmulke into the ring as a GOP candidate for President over coffee at Café Yakna in Jerusalem. "What do I have to lose?" said Bibi, dipping an almond biscotti into his coffee. Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gambled everything on his effort to derail President Obama's Iran diplomacy. He openly supported his 2012 general election opponent. He even accepted a secret invitation to speak before a joint...Show More Summary
U.N. Security Council votes to endorse Iran nuclear deal Monday in New York. In spite of all the time and space given to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's objections to the Iran nuclear deal, the United Nation's Security Council endorsed it by unanimous vote Monday. Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would continue to make the case against the historic Iran nuclear pact as Congress gets set to vote, calling it “a very bad deal” for everyone in interviews Sunday.
TEHRAN/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's administration sent a nuclear agreement with Tehran to Congress on Sunday and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged U.S. lawmakers to reject a deal he said would only feed an "Iranian terror machine".