Former Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked is also eyeing a career in cannabis - a move that's increasingly logical
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."
Barak is the only person in the country who can tell Netanyahu: 'As your former commander: Bibi, you can no longer remain at the helm of the government'
Sources close to the prime minister are talking about a possible Iran-instigated danger coming from Gaza, the north or even the Gulf – information that the prime minister might be leaking to suit his needs
Ezra Saidoff, who was involved in ordering some $100,000 worth of catered meals to the Prime Minister’s Residence, is expected to pay a fine and do community service
A Likud initiative to cancel the September 17 election would likely be struck down by the Supreme Court ■ Premier denies he offered Kahol Lavan a rotation agreement ■ Gantz: There is no going back on Knesset dissolution
Sebastian Gorka, Jexodus' Elizabeth Pipko, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and Dennis Prager are among some of the other speakers at the Turning Point USA conference
Netanyahu has just floated a new, unprecedented idea: Canceling the new election he himself pushed for
Netanyahu’s decision to impose new elections that no one else wants or needs may have been a bridge too far for a sufficient number of Likud voters
'Concerned prosecutors' claim Liat Ben Ari's promotion should be halted because it is only being pushed due to her 'aggressive attitude' toward the premier
Yisrael Beiteinu chairman bases statement in part on an op-ed written by the prime minister’s close associate, Nathan Eshel, which was published in Haaretz
Premier's meeting with Nikolai Petrushev comes a day before trilateral summit of security advisers from Israel, the U.S. and Russia
State comptroller committee rules the prime minister didn't provide sufficient information on his relations with Spencer Partrich, but could get last-second permission to take a loan to cover legal fees in bribery cases
Israeli prime minister is leveraging his unique position on the world stage by hosting U.S. and Russian national security advisers, but secretly wishing the Americans held the upper hand in the Mideast
U.S. army is 'ready to go,' American national security adviser says ahead of expected summit with Russian, Israeli counterparts
The meeting will attempt to further cement U.S., Israeli and Russian efforts in uniting against Tehran
Analysis Aborted U.S. Attack Exposes Fatal Flaw in Netanyahu’s Iran Strategy: Trump’s Problematic Personality
The concurrent emergence of yet another credible witness to Trump’s sexual aggression is not detached from his failures on the world stage
A huge political and possibly constitutional drama hurtles toward Israel as Bibi scrambles for voters and Lieberman seems set to be kingmaker – or exorcist
Premier responds to comments by Shabtai Shavit, retorting on Twitter: 'There is no limit to the arrogance of the left regarding Likud voters'
Not all populist-nationalists are the same — some are cleverer than others
Now that Trump sidekick and fiercely loyal Netanyahu ally Senator Lindsey Graham has joined the anti-annexation, pro-two state 'resistance', will Bibi think again?
Fake News Netanyahu Launches Reelection Bid With Trump-style Tirade Against ‘Witch Hunts’ and Liberal Elites
Actually, he didn’t – but the U.S. president’s Tuesday speech in Orlando often seemed like it was tailor-made for the prime minister
In a straight-talking conversation with Haaretz, Richard Blum refers to BDS as ‘bullshit’ and calls the Israeli prime minister a ‘jerk’
Sebastian Pinera will make a three-day visit, his second in a decade, and is expected to meet with Netanyahu, Rivlin and Abbas
'Pinkwashing' is a dirty word for many on the left: rather than support our struggle for equal rights, they show the same hate towards us LGBTQ Israelis as Israel's own far-right theocrats and homophobes
Washington wants to avoid Khan al-Ahmar evacuation until it presents its peace proposal, so as not to raise tensions with Palestinian leadership, official argues