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Israel to cut Palestinian tax transfers over 'terrorist payouts'

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel will reduce monthly transfers of tax collected on behalf of the Palestinians in what aides to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described as a response to the killing of two Israelis in Palestinian attacks in the occupied West Bank this week.

Israel Sees ‘Immense’ Economic Gains by Making Friends With Turkey

Israeli and Turkish relations' normalization will have a hugely positive impact on Israel's economy, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday.

Netanyahu Thanks Biden for Support During Israel-Turkey Talks

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked United States Vice President Joe Biden for his support during the negotiations between Israel and Turkey in a telephone conversation between the two leaders, the White House said on Sunday.

Israel and Turkey agree to normalize ties: senior Israeli official

(Reuters) - Israel and Turkey on Sunday reached agreement to normalize ties, a senior Israeli official told Israeli reporters traveling with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is in Rome.

Brexit to Have No Direct Impact on Israeli Economy

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that there is no direct effect of Brexit on Israel apart from the fact that Israel is part of the global economy.

Why We Can't Hide From the Psychological and Emotional Trauma of the Israeli Occupation on Palestinians

Two books go way beyond the U.S. mainstream media's attempt to be "evenhanded." Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has recently approved $18 million in government funds to extend illegal settlements in Palestine’s West Bank. This comes on top of the $88 million that the Israeli regime already allocates for funding settlement activity. Show More Summary

Israel's Netanyahu aims to head off criticism with diplomatic blitz

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will fly to Rome on Sunday to try to fend off pressure from the United States and Europe over his settlements policy and opposition to a French-led effort to forge peace with the Palestinians.

The food scene in Israel—some early observations

Wandering around in the Rehavia neighborhood in Jerusalem, I saw a local park with a just-starting composting program. Down the street from the official residence of the Prime Minister (that would be Benjamin Netanyahu), is the headquarters of the International Jewish Vegetarian Society. I’m surprised at how little food advertising I’m seeing.  This restaurant overlooking […]

Israel Installs Minister to Dig Up Dirt on Boycott Activists

The global BDS (Boycott, Divest and Sanction) movement has become such a concern for Israel that a new minister has been appointed expressly to combat it. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has appointed Gilad Erdan, his number-two man in the right wing Likud coalition, as minister of public security, strategic affairs and public diplomacy.

Why Bibi and Vlad Get Along

Paul R. Pillar Russia Israel, Middle East In a recent article on Israel's foreign relations, Robert Danin observes that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin “clearly enjoy a better relationship with each other than either does with U.S. Show More Summary

Putin, Netanyahu Discuss Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process in Phone Call

Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the Israeli-Palestinian peace proces during held phone talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Kremlin’s press service said Tuesday.

The Labour Party and the PLO have negotiated a peace agreement

Whereas on 16 June 2016, the former Labour Prime Minister Ehud Barak issued a call to use all possible means to hunt down his successor (Benjamin Netanyahu) [1], the Labour Party confirms that it has secretly negotiated the terms of a peace agreement with the PLO. Show More Summary

Israel’s Netanyahu Approves Millions for New West Bank Settlement

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is allocating an additional $18 million for West Bank settlements, describing the extra funds as “an assistance plan to strengthen communities,” that would “strengthen security, assist small businesses and encourage tourism.”

Tel Aviv Diary: Bibi Under Fire From All Sides

The political landscape of Israel shifted last week. For the first time in quite some time, there was a sense that there is a real opposition to the leadership of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. On Friday, at the Herzliya Conference,...Show More Summary

Israeli PM Netanyahu Approves Extra $18 Million for West Bank Settlements

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved an extra $18 million in funding for settlements in the West Bank, which are largely considered illegal by the international community. Netanyahu announced the additional funding—which...Show More Summary

Netanyahu Racks Up $2Mln on UN Trip, Including $1.6K on His Haircut

The expenses of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's trip to New York for the UN General Assembly last fall totaled more than $1.7 million, including hairstyling that cost Israel $1,600, and make-up $1,750, Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported on Thursday.

The Endless Saga of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Taxpayer-Funded Hair

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara are under fire, not for the first time, for spending a hefty amount of taxpayer dollars ($540,000, to be exact) on a recent five day trip to the UN in New York, The Guardian reports. This included $1,600 for hairstyling and $1,750 for makeup, numbers that do not cover Sara Netanyahu’s expenses. Read more...

Israel’s Prime Minister Just Unleashed Powerful Statement On Orlando Massacre- THIS Is Leadership!

We need a powerful, eloquent leader like Benjamin Netanyahu in our country. How many years is it going to take to make a man like Bibi look like a good

Former Israeli defense minister calls Netanyahu a fearmonger who hypes threats

2 weeks agoNews : BlogPost

JERUSALEM — Israel’s popular former defense minister, who was shoved aside last month by his boss, warned on Thursday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was a fearmonger who hypes threats against Israel in order to stay in power. It was a blunt, even bitter, declaration of political war by Moshe Yaalon against his former governing partner […]

Netanyahu spent $1,600 on personal hairdresser during trip to NYC

2 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spent $1,600 of public funds on a personal hairdresser during a trip to New York City.

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