Reuven Azar spotted at supermarket on Friday despite requirement to quarantine until Monday ■ Another adviser under quarantine order was seen filming protesters
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."
Likud party says digital media adviser Topaz Luk only arrived at anti-government protest to take a coronavirus test, while protesters say Luk 'staged anti-coronavirus protest'
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Driver was speeding near main protest site and 'putting protesters and police officers in danger,' police said, as anti-government demonstrations draw thousands across Israel despite coronavirus lockdown
One can assume Nasrallah isn’t blind to how Israel mishandled the pandemic, sacrificing some of its most strategic resources: resilience, solidarity and public trust
When every issue is weighed according to political survival, Netanyahu's coronavirus response can only look like an election campaign
Israelis are grimly reaping the result of decades of Netanyahu’s divide and rule and incitement: We can no longer come together to fight the COVID-19 pandemic
We know Arab states are under pressure to normalize Israel’s violent occupation. But they should challenge that bullying - and back Palestinian rights
Israel's battle against the coronavirus seems like a lethal mix of mismanagement, chaos, the leadership's bad example and insufficient public cooperation
Israel's treaties with the UAE and Bahrain lack any explicit recognition of Israel as a Jewish state or endorsement of the two-state solution, but rather says parties will be 'guided in their relations' by UN resolutions and international law
If elections were held today, Kahol Lavan would win almost half the number of Knesset seats it won in March, Channel 13 poll shows
Analysis Netanyahu’s Split Screen: Triumphant Peace, Hamas Rockets, Coronavirus Carnage and Trump’s Meshugas
Celebration of Gulf agreements marred by wholesale White House snub of elementary safety precautions against raging pandemic
To help make sense of it all, we selected ten cogent and insider experts to parse this old/new reality. Their insights are essential reading
Israeli innovation, including, alas, its cyber-hacking abilities, is what makes it such a desirable partner for the UAE and Bahrain
The joint interests of Israel, the U.S. and its Gulf allies proved stronger than the ideology of the Greater Land of Israel
But Israel's normalization agreements with the UAE and Bahrain confirmed that Netanyahu was right in claiming that diplomatic breakthroughs in the Middle East are possible without a solution to the conflict
Health Ministry forms special five-day isolation framework for delegation members, who were required to take COVID-19 tests before departing to signing ceremony and upon their return
Today, Tehran is very unhappy. But the Israel-Gulf accords can’t hide a dangerous policy failure on Iran, failing to contain its nuclear and conventional weapons programs, by both Trump and Netanyahu
Normalizing relations with the UAE and Bahrain is probably Netanyahu's greatest achievement, but it is no peace, as Gaza factions reminded the prime minister
Defendants’ attorneys are given the order of witnesses in the telecom-giant case, starting with Walla’s Ilan Yeshua, and the documents they intend to present
The UAE and Bahrain accords have exploded the myth that the Palestinians are the core problem of the Middle East. Gulf states will no longer accept a veto from Ramallah or Gaza for their relations with Israel and defense against Iran
As a reward for destroying the lives of generations of Palestinians, Israel made 'peace' with two Arab states, UAE and Bahrain, whose combined citizenries are smaller than the Gaza Strip