Gérard Araud recalls that 'once Trump told Macron [the French president], ‘I have given everything to the Israelis; the Israelis will have to give me something''
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."
An AIPAC official confirmed that the tweet was aimed at Sanders
Netanyahu announced he will present the plan for government approval 'soon' as a gesture of thanks to the U.S. president for recognizing Israeli sovereignty there
I still care for my sister, West Bank settler and supporter of Israel's most dangerous, tribalistic and virulent racists and fascists. Just hating the monster won't make it go away
Last month, speaking to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Friedman said that Israel would retain security control of the West Bank
'The U.S. gives billions of dollars in military aid to Israel. It should deal with the Middle East on a level-playing-field basis,' Democratic senator tells CNN
Netanyahu's new government - even more predatory and defiant than before - must usher in a fundamental shift in American Jews’ activism against Israel’s extremists and their alliance with Trump
Netanyahu shares articles favoring law to prevent charges against him, but his own party's lawmakers profess they're in the dark about his intentions
Netanyahu likes to say Palestinians should have the powers to run their lives but not to threaten Israel. With the help of Trump, he may now be able to move ahead with his annexation plans
Nathan Milikowsky was asked explicitly if he and Netanyahu maintained business ties and he denied it, despite the fact that the two were partners in the SeaDrift steel company from 2007 to 2010
French president congratulates prime minister for mandate to form government via a letter, follows Germany's Merkel lead in encouraging Israel to 'revive the Middle East peace process'
Forget lobbying to cut non-existent U.S. 'economic aid,' getting arrested outside Birthright, sending angry tweets. If you actually want change, this is what to do
Israel's youngest voters were four times more likely to go for Netanyahu. But there's hope – in the most unexpected place
'Sufficient numbers of Israelis believe Netanyahu is the nation’s indispensable man,' Time columnist writes in entry on Israel's newly reelected premier
The report’s authors attributed the decline to U.S. President Donald Trump’s anti-press rhetoric and continuing threats to journalists
Fragile support for Israel is bound to be crushed by a coalition of Jewish supremacists that would destroy democracy, the rule of law and last remaining prospects for peace
Both the ultra-Orthodox parties and Lieberman are up in arms
Prime minister said before election that Likud would hold the education portfolio, but is now expected to renege and give it to Union of Right-Wing Parties
Trump helped Netanyahu get re-elected. Now it’s Netanyahu’s turn to help Trump's 2020 re-election campaign - by playing along with the Kushner 'peace plan' and by ramping up tension with Iran
President Rivlin urged the PM to make all Israelis equal partners after election campaign, in which 'things were said that shouldn't have been said'
These burgeoning ties, marked by resistance to Iran, depend on Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s ability to stay in power
Bibi, a status-quo man forced into action, has created new risks for Israel by opening a Pandora’s Box he should have known to keep shut
Analysis During First 100 Days in Office, Army Chief of Staff Kochavi Demonstrates Restraint Under Fire
Yet he didn’t hesitate to take on a group of paratroop brigade commanders and to publicly disagree with Prime Minister Netanyahu
Prime minister dismisses criticism over possible appointment of confrontational justice minister, calls it 'threats'
President Reuven Rivlin is expected to task Netanyahu with forming the next government after a majority of 64 lawmakers recommended the premier to build the next coalition