Two weeks after his new cabinet was formally sworn in, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is still juggling cabinet assignments as he struggles with the Rubik’s Cube of his fourth governing coalition.
As he struggles to negotiate with embittered former allies, Benjamin Netanyahu is learning Jimmy Durante’s old lesson: Be careful who you kick on your way up, because they’ll kick you back on your way down.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin seemed to chide Benjamin Netanyahu for the prime minister’s Election Day comments about Arab-Israeli voters before tasking him to form the next government.
Forget the pre-election spin from enthusiastic Israeli lefties and despondent righties. At the voting booths, it’s still anybody’s game — and a surprisingly low turnout could be the real story.
A BBC journalist defended his claim that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu exploited the Holocaust to further his agenda.
President Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu clashed over Iran nuclear diplomacy on Monday on the eve of the Israeli prime minister’s hotly disputed address to Congress, underscoring the severity of U.S.-Israeli strains over the issue.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that he is “concerned” by reports that details of a potential nuclear deal with Iran will be made public.
BACKWARD: After all the controversy, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu finally addressed Congress — sort of.
Israel’s attorney general recommended opening a preliminary probe after the elections into allegations of over spending at the homes of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israeli authorities are granting immunity to a former caretaker at the prime minister’s residence who claims to have evidence implicating Benjamin Netanyahu in a spending scandal.