Conversion therapy assumes that homosexuality is a shameful, but curable, 'illness.' That a religious Israeli government minister condones such an abhorrent practice is an affront to the Torah
Benjamin (Binyamin) Netanyahu is the prime minister of Israel. Netanyahu was born in Tel Aviv on October 21, 1949, to Tsilah and Benzion, a renowned historian. His older brother, Yonatan (Yoni), was killed in action while commanding the special forces rescue operation of Israeli hostages in Entebbe, Uganda.
Benjamin Netanyahu is married to Sara, with whom he has two sons. He has been married twice before and has a daughter from his first marriage. In 2009, he became a grandfather for the first time.
On February 14, 2018, Israel Police announced that there was sufficient evidence indicating Netanyahu took bribes in two separate cases and acted "against public interests."
Fearless former defense minister has stymied Netanyahu and reshuffled Israeli politics
Netanyahu has failed on so many fronts that attacking him should be low-hanging fruit for his opponents. This is how to smash the 'Bibi illusion' – from his appeasing Nazi apologists to the Iran crisis to his endemic corruption
State’s Witness Testified That Yair Netanyahu Screamed Tycoon Was Not 'Delivering the Goods,' Report Says
A state witness in the corruption case against the prime minister says he heard Netanyahu's son complain that the Bezeq and Walla owner wasn't coming through on promises
Evan Cohen’s appointment comes day after Netanyahu distanced his government from Education Minister Rafi Peretz’s comments in favor of conversation therapy
Each one of the prime minister's cabinet appointments would shame any enlightened and democratic country. Now ministers are wondering, has the magician lost his touch?
Netanyahu calls remarks 'unacceptable,' says Israel's schools will accept all students regardless of sexual orientation
The cult of personality around Netanyahu may soon unravel ■ Center-left party leaders are speed-dating each other - here's what will push them to tie the knot
Erdogan fired his central banker and Trump is bending his to his will. Israel is safe for now, but only because Netanyahu is preoccupied with the courts
Netanyahu, who has been criticized for failing to confront European anti-Semitism, lauded meeting with Oleh Lyashko – who is known for controversial remarks
Speaking at a Jewish settlement, Israeli Prime Minister lists his four principles regarding the future of the West Bank
In the Netanyahu-Barak mudslinging over Jeffrey Epstein, the real winner is…
Old, mythical alliance was gone long before British ambassador's remarks on a 'dysfunctional' U.S. administration were leaked. But Israel can’t rely on Trump, either
In a debate over inclusion of statement supporting Israel in a draft of Clinton's 'home base talking points,' Joel Benenson said Israel shouldn't be mentioned 'in public events'
Decision comes after reports that a day care owner was charged with 18 counts of abusing children. The move will not apply to private day cares counting for about 380,000 babies and toddlers
TV news airs partial transcript of police interrogation of Netanyahu, suspected of accepting illicit gifts from wealthy friends
Revolutionary Guard chief says world knows Iran is not pursuing a nuclear weapon ■ Netanyahu joins Pence in blasting 2015 deal at Christians United for Israel conference
New research on the direct link between the dumbing down of TV and support for populist candidates in Italy is applicable to Israel and the U.S. as well
Documents reveal that a substantial percentage of payments to Meir Klifi were described as a bonus. The organization is fully funded by donations for soldiers
Wealthy businessman Jeffrey Epstein was arrested on sex trafficking charges Saturday
Netanyahu pushed Trump to leave the nuclear deal, helped by his enthralled evangelical base. But as Iran announces yet more nuclear enrichment, it's clear the results have been catastrophic, not least for Israel
PM says that enriching uranium to such levels as Tehran announced on Sunday has only one purpose — to create atomic bombs