“Netanyahu at War,” the Frontline documentary airing on PBS stations Tuesday night, manages to walk a very narrow line with surprising success. Despite the fairly transparent liberal leanings of the filmmakers and most of their on-screen interviewees, the two-hour film presents a reasonably balanced, objective portrayal of the Israeli prime minister and his beliefs.38
In a hilarious new Israeli comedy skit, a delegate wants to invite Israeli ministers to a conference. The problem? Every single minister he asks for turns out to be the same person: Benjamin Netanyahu.
Arab Israelis joined Jews in condemning the New Year’s Day shooting rampage in Tel Aviv. So why did Benjamin Netanyahu use the murders to condemn the community — and score cheap political points?33
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