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Despite new police recommendations to indict, Netanyahu has no intention or legal mandate to resign
The prime minister describes the charges as part of a conspiracy and denies all wrongdoing, giving no indication that he will voluntarily leave office, even if the recommendations are turned into indictments.
Israel on its way to making real breakthroughs in relations with African nations
First, Chad, and then maybe Sudan and Mali, could form ties that would help the Jewish state in international forums, such as the United Nations.
Netanyahu pushes bill to expose donors behind nonprofit organizations
The bill aims to prevent the left from teaming with foreign donors who reportedly plan to spend millions on campaigns to convince the public to vote the Israeli prime minister out of office.
Amid rising anti-Semitism in Europe, are Jews now safer in the East than the West?
A comprehensive survey conducted by CNN found alarming levels of anti-Semitic attitudes among Europeans, with statistics on anti-Semitic acts across Europe “mind-boggling.”
Jonathan S. Tobin
Hezbollah’s war on Israel takes precedence over the war on Bibi
Accusations that Netanyahu is “wagging the dog” by highlighting Hezbollah’s terror tunnels undermines his critics’ credibility.
Tunnel vision and UNIFIL
UNIFIL has done nothing since the 2006 war but sit back and relax while Hezbollah proceeded to rebuild its massive and increasingly sophisticated arsenal, courtesy of Iran, aimed at wiping Israel off the map.
Israel demands international action on Hezbollah tunnels
The IDF launched “Operation Northern Shield,” only to discover and eliminate attack tunnels constructed by Hezbollah from Lebanon to Israel.
Dr. Haim Shine
The Netanyahu cases: A propaganda machine
The ongoing leaks on the investigations against the prime minister have severely undermined law-enforcement's credibility in the eyes of the public.
Jewish media takes on Jerusalem as part of November summit
Literary gathering draws traditional and new media members together for four days in Israel for discussion, better understanding and a little bit of the expected grousing.
Pompeo and Netanyahu meet in Brussels, talk of Iran threat
“I look forward to discussing with you how we can together curb Iran’s aggression in the region, in Syria, in Iraq, in Lebanon and elsewhere, and to continue our efforts to achieve peace and security for everyone,” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Netanyahu, Pompeo to hold urgent talks on ‘regional developments’ (aka Iran)
The Israeli prime minister will be accompanied by Mossad director Yossi Cohen, National Security Council director Meir Ben-Shabbat and Military Secretary Brig.-Gen. Avi Blot.
Dr. Haim Shine
The ‘Bibiphobes’ are not waiting for facts
Only the gullible could believe that it is a coincidence that the Israel Police’s recommendation that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be tried on charges of bribery was released at the same time as Police Commissioner Roni Alsheikh resigned.
Israel police recommends indictments against the Netanyahus for Case 4000
Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit will make the final decision as to whether to indict the prime minister and his wife.
Bennett and Bibi’s election boo-boo?
Under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s stewardship, Israel has become one of the best performing economies in the world—with GDP per capita breaching the $40,000 mark for the first time ever in 2017, up sharply by almost 45 percent since 2009, when he was first re-elected after losing power in 1999.
Netanyahu to visit Chad to declare official renewal of ties
“We discussed the great changes that are taking place in the Arab world in its relations with Israel,” said the Israeli prime minister.