Americans Jews can exhale now that Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu smiled and shook hands. But the divide between them was always more than personal, and goes to the crux of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged U.S. Jews on Tuesday to unite behind Israel after rifts caused by the Iran nuclear talks and later pressed for bipartisan support for the country at a liberal think tank.
Business as usual isn’t much to write home about, but sometimes it’s all one can hope for.
Scores of progressive activists have signed a petition opposing a left-leaning think tank’s decision to host a speech by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meet on Monday for the first time since the Israeli leader lost his battle against the Iran nuclear deal, with Washington seeking his re-commitment to a two-state solution with the Palestinians.
President Barack Obama expects Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to outline how he plans to preserve the two-state solution when they meet next week, his top aides said.
Rare agreement between two long-bickering leaders may actually be in the cards when Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Barack Obama meet on Monday for the first time since the signing of the Iran nuclear deal.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will “review” his appointment of a potential media chief for calling President Barack Obama anti-Semitic.
Benjamin Netanyahu is doing everything he can to blame the wave of Palestinian violence on pure anti-Semitism. J.J. Goldberg says Israel’s top generals know otherwise — and early Zionists like Vladimir Jabotinsky would be shocked at the premier’s claims.