Israel's interior minister, seen as a rival and potential successor to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, announced on Wednesday he was quitting the government, in a move that stunned the political right. Gideon Sa'ar, 47, widely viewed...Show More Summary
Bill Clinton was caught off mike in Iowa this weekend “agreeing that the [Israeli] prime minister [Benjamin Netanyahu] was ‘not the man’ to make peace with Palestinians — a position at odds with his wife’s pro-Israel stance, a new report said Monday. Clinton’s spontaneous comments came during an impromptu conversation with pro-Palestinian activists after he and […]
In a conversation with a citizen caught on C-SPAN, former President Bill Clinton said he agrees that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is "not the guy" for a peace deal. The video shows the 42nd president at Sen. Tom Harkin's Iowa steak fry Sunday speaking with an individual along a rope line. Show More Summary
The New York Post reports that former President Bill Clinton was caught on tape "bashing" Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Tom Harkin Steak Fry in Iowa on Sunday. Hillary Clinton was in Iowa also, perhaps to unofficially begin her 2016 campaign for the presidency. Show More Summary
Former President Bill Clinton delivered an impromptu rebuke to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the weekend, agreeing with a man who said Netanyahu was "not the guy" to broker peace between the Israelis and Palestinians. Show More Summary
Israel’s recent annexation of 1,000 acres of land in the West Bank doesn’t change anything on the ground, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has actually been remarkably constrained in settlement construction.
Last week, Stephen Colbert joined Fox News is calling for Russian President Vladimir Putin or Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to step for President Barack Obama for a few days in order to help eliminate ISIS. Since then, even more political talkers have been wishing for British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has moved to slash government expenditures by two percent to offset the $2.52 billion cost of his 50 day military campaign against Gaza. Much of the money will come out of the nation’s education budget. The...Show More Summary
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel agreed to a permanent truce in its 50-day Gaza war with Hamas in order to keep focused on the threat from regional militants. "We fought for 50 days and we could have fought for 500 days,...Show More Summary
A new Israeli poll shows that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s job approval rating has suffered dramatically in the wake of the Gaza ceasefire, which many Israelis felt was premature. At the same time, another poll shows that Israel’s right-wing parties would gain if new elections were held now. Show More Summary
JERUSALEM (AP) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claim that Israel achieved a “great military and political” victory over Hamas in the latest round of fighting in the Gaza Strip has met with skepticism from many Israelis, according to a poll published Thursday. MoreIsraelis and Palestinians Ask if the Latest Fight Was Worth ItIsraeli Leader Declares…
JERUSALEM (AP) — A new poll has shown that a majority of Israelis are skeptical of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's claim that Israel achieved a "great military and political" victory over Hamas in the latest round of fighting in the Gaza Strip.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that Islamist foe Hamas had achieved none of its demands in a truce ending 50 days of deadly conflict in Gaza. "Hamas was hit hard and got none of its demands," Netanyahu said at a news conference in Jerusalem.
(JERUSALEM) — Israel’s prime minister has declared victory in the Gaza war against Hamas, saying a cease-fire deal gave nothing to the Islamic militant group. In a news conference broadcast on national TV, Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that “Hamas was hit hard” during the seven weeks of fighting. He said that under the cease-fire deal,…
An open-ended ceasefire in the Gaza war held on Wednesday as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced strong criticism in Israel over a costly conflict with Palestinian militants in which no clear victor emerged. On the streets of the...Show More Summary
By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Jeffrey Heller GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An open-ended ceasefire in the Gaza war held on Wednesday as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced strong criticism in Israel over a costly conflict with Palestinian militants in which no clear victor emerged. Show More Summary
By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Jeffrey Heller GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An open-ended ceasefire in the Gaza war between Israel and the Palestinians held on Wednesday as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced strong criticism in his country's newspapers over a campaign in which no clear victor emerged. Show More Summary
yakub88 / Shutterstock.com The number crunchers at the relatively more conservative Jerusalem Post has taken a look at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s polling and determined that he was at his most popular (82 percent approval) when he sent ground troops into Gaza. Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is suffering a massive drop in his poll numbers as the war with Hamas rages on--and as impatience grows among the Israeli public for the military to bring quiet to the country by removing Hamas as a threat. Show More Summary
Palestinian officials say a Gaza ceasefire deal has been reached with the help of Egypt. There was no immediate confirmation from Israel, where a spokesman for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declined to comment. “An agreement has been reached between the two sides and we are awaiting the announcement from Cairo to determine the zero hour [...]