Netanyahu is putting all his eggs in Likud's basket, while Gantz and Lieberman sign a deal to shouts of 'we told you so,' from both the center-left and the right
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."
From Benjamin Netanyahu touting Viktor Orban to Bernie Sanders embracing Ilhan Omar, Jewish leaders are eager to endorse any problematic politician. As long as it fits their agenda
Analysis Netanyahu's Silence on Trump's 'Disloyal Jews,' and What It Means for the Fight Against Iran
Will he keep mum if Trump shifts policy towards Tehran?
In my America, everyone gets to voice their own opinion. That's not the case in Trump’s America (and apparently Netanyahu’s Israel)
Analysis Trump’s Vile 'Disloyalty' Smear Reflects Fury Over Broken Promise of Jewish Reward for Backing Israel
For liberal U.S. Jews, the president’s anti-Semitism has now been proven beyond a reasonable doubt
Trump said Jews who don’t vote for him are showing “ignorance” and “great disloyalty”. ADL noted that 'Charges of disloyalty have long been used to attack Jews'
Israel's interest was to minimize the attention given to Omar and Tlaib, and highlight broader support among Democrats in Congress. Trump's interest was the opposite - and Netanyahu fulfilled his wishes
As if the Tlaib-Omar debacle wasn’t enough, the prime minister pours 'ethnic cleansing' fuel on the dumpster fire of Israel’s PR
Yamina leader says she never tried to bribe the prime minister by offering him immunity in return for spot in Likud's slate
As one longtime Israel supporter says on barring of Tlaib and Omar: ‘I didn’t think I would see in my lifetime American Jews walk back from Israel this much’
Haaretz has seen messages sent as part of Shaked's efforts to join Likud, before she took the reins of the united right-wing slate ■ One of her associates said that 'if she doesn't control the justice ministry, it's clear Bibi is going to jail'
The center-left candidate is storming the Prime Minister’s Office with all the enthusiasm of a prisoner consigned to hard labor
Israel had hoped for President Zelensky to announce an embassy move in a joint press conference with the Israeli leader
Ukraine and India aren’t the United States and Russia – and in visiting Kiev, Netanyahu is walking a diplomatic mine field
By barring Omar and Tlaib, the wannabe authoritarian tag-team has committed a reckless, racist, contemptible act driven by stunningly short-sighted political calculations - but with fateful repercussions
Hamas has a lot to lose from a major round of violence, but with election looming, Netanyahu's restraint may not last long
Israel’s prime minister has now become the U.S. president’s pet poodle. The Tlaib-Omar debacle is another terrible blow for relations between Israel and the Democratic Party – and between Israel and U.S. Jews
'We have a deep relationship and long-standing relationship with Israel that can withstand Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu,' said the Speaker of the House
'If you and Trump continue to imitate each other, you will be alone together at the table. I could wish both of you no greater punishment than that,' feminist icon writes after Omar-Tlaib ban
Some political sources claim visit is meant to cater to Israeli voters from former USSR, which associates of the premier deny
When it comes to Russian-speaking Israelis, the left wing never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity to woo voters, asserts sociologist Vicki Idzinski
Yisrael Katz says Israeli ambassador to U.S. acted on own initiative when saying Israel would not block American lawmakers from entering country
'May God Ruin Trump,' Tlaib's Grandmother Says After President Mocks Lawmaker Over Nixed Israel Visit
Congresswoman's grandmother hits back after Trump suggested she should be happy Tlaib won't be arriving to visit her in the West Bank
Analysis Fierce Backlash to Tlaib Travel Ban Is a Time Bomb for the U.S.-Israel 'Special Relationship'
Netanyahu is now seen as Trump’s feckless lackey, and Israel as aiding and abetting the president’s divisive, race-baiting demagoguery
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Earlier, Tlaib canceled her trip citing 'oppressive conditions,' after Israel accepted her petition to visit on 'humanitarian grounds'