Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu harshly criticized IDF Deputy Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Yair Golan at the beginning of Sunday’s cabinet meeting, noting that his remarks on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day were outrageous, unfounded and that they wronged Israeli society.
Netanyahu’s power is maintained by constant sets of calculations as to how to keep his coalition in order. His appointment of Dayan as Consul-General is just one more calculation, Eetta Prince-Gibson writes.
Hamas must prevent the firing of rockets from Gaza on Israel, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asserted.
The White House said on Monday that it had offered an invitation two weeks ago to host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a meeting on March 18, but has learned through media reporters that the visit was off.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office released a statement confirming that Netanyahu still supports the compromise on the future of egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday he hopes to curb a wave of Palestinian assaults by expelling to Gaza families of assailants found to have encouraged them to attack Israelis.
An email from a longtime Hillary Clinton adviser reported the “relentless disparagement” by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of the then-U.S. secretary of state at a closed-door meeting of AIPAC in 2010.
Israel welcomed the cessation of hostilities in neighboring Syria but hinted on Sunday it could still launch attacks there if it saw a threat.
In an unusual rebuke, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his British counterpart forgot basic facts when he criticized Israel’s construction in eastern Jerusalem.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met in Jerusalem with leaders of the American Reform movement, who thanked him for the decision to expand the egalitarian prayer section at the Western Wall.