The overnight trip took place after international and regional powers approached Israeli opposition leader Herzog asking for his help in promoting the peace initiative
Exclusive Netanyahu Demanded Settlers Be Allowed to Remain in Palestine After Future Peace Deal, Document Reveals
Netanyahu withdrew demand from draft of U.S. peace framework in early 2014 following pressure from right, senior Israeli officials say
Documents obtained by Haaretz detail where Netanyahu was willing to compromise on borders, and how the U.S. failed to get Abbas on board over Jerusalem in 2014
EXCLUSIVE Netanyahu Offered Opposition Leader to Push Together for Regional Peace Initiative – and Then Backtracked
Netanyahu and Herzog reached dramatic understandings six months ago; a joint declaration in Cairo, including readiness for territorial compromise and curb on settlement building, was set to be followed with announcement of unity government. But Amona crisis crashed talks.
The fear that Avichai Mendelblit will seek to protect the prime minster who appointed him does not add to the public’s faith in his decisions.
Netanyahu Graft Affair: Israel Police Wanted to Question Kerry and ex-U.S. Envoy but Were Blocked by AG
Questioning former Obama officials on the case surrounding Netanyahu's relationship with Hollywood tycoon Arnon Milchan was too sensitive, Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit told Israel's Justice Ministry.
A year ago Benjamin Netanyahu received from then-U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry the most perfect expression of the two-state solution. Clearly the premier was not serious in his intentions.
Exclusive Kerry Offered Netanyahu Regional Peace Plan in Secret 2016 Summit With al-Sissi, King Abdullah
Kerry's outline included Arab recognition of Israel as a Jewish state. Netanyahu claimed he couldn't get his coalition to back it.
Following Haaretz Exposé, Netanyahu Says He Initiated Secret Summit With Kerry, Sissi and King Abdullah
Political figures respond to news of last year's secret summit: 'There's no vision and no national responsibility. Netanyahu is leading us to a binational-state disaster.'