Remember the nuclear agreement between Iran and the West, you know the one that Benjamin Netanyahu insisted was the biggest danger to Israel and the Jews since time immemorial?
Instead of funding organizations that criticize Israel’s human rights record, the left should be building think tanks to win public opinion. It worked wonders for the right, Maya Haber writes.
David Keyes, a human rights activist, will become Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s English-language spokesman.
A delegation of eight Democratic U.S. senators who backed the Iran nuclear deal met with Israeli leaders and discussed oversight of the deal.
“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.
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?
Israel won’t pay the expenses for the Netanyahu family dog.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed the Palestinians for the lack of progress toward peace in an apparent response to statements by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump said it was “inappropriate” of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to condemn his plan to bar Muslims from entering the United States.
Veterinary authorities quarantined the family dog of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after she bit a lawmaker at a Hanukkah reception.