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Early Israel election increasingly likely as Netanyahu’s troubles deepen
Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS
Some Israeli lawmakers see early elections as the likely outcome of Netanyahu's legal troubles.
Conflicting interests in Syria create a dangerous complexity for Russia and Israel
Can Israel and Russia work together to find a peaceful and common solution to the situation in Syria? Two experts weigh in for JNS.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Must Israel do America’s dirty work?
Netanyahu’s Munich speech in which he gives Iran a warning was denounced as a provocation. But the real alert is to a Trump administration still asleep at the wheel on Syria.
Poll: Israeli voters would still elect Netanyahu, despite corruption charges
A poll released by Israel’s Maariv newspaper on Friday indicated that the recent recommendations of Israel police to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on charges of corruption would not have a serious effect on the Likud party or the coalition.
Corruption charges lobbed at him, Netanyahu feels political earth rumble, but not crack
A political and legal storm hit Israel Tuesday evening when Israeli police officials informed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that they plan to recommend bribery and breach of trust charges in the two corruption cases against him.
Jonathan S. Tobin
No need to imagine life without Bibi
Lack of faith in institutions, electoral math and the absence of viable alternatives mean that Benjamin Netanyahu is going to remain prime minister for some time yet.
Netanyahu channeling his inner Trump?
Israeli public supports Netanyahu; Likud activists see him retaining power
Ariel Ben Solomon
Call it the Trump effect. Just as President Donald Trump overcame the media and left-wing establishment to win the election despite his bluster and personal baggage, so, too, is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defying the odds in Israel.
Israeli police push Netanyahu bribery indictment; he decries ‘slander’
Israeli police investigators have recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted in two corruption cases, increasing the pressure to step down on one of the longest-serving Israeli leaders in the country’s history.
White House denies Netanyahu’s claim of talks on Israeli settlement annexation deal
The White House on Monday denied Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claim that he is in talks with the Trump administration on the annexation of Israeli settlements.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Is Netanyahu on his way out?
The day will come when Israel’s people will have had enough of him, but the assumption that this day is near may be dead wrong.
Damned if you do . . . and Trump and Netanyahu are certainly doing
The campaign against them signifies a cultural disorder in the West that borders on the pathological.
Netanyahu tells Putin: we must ‘stand up to murderous ideologies’
Amid Iran and peace process debates, Netanyahu promotes Israeli ingenuity in Davos
Despite issues such as the Iran nuclear deal and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process taking center stage at this week’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used the opportunity of the summit to tout Israel’s growing economic and technological clout to the world’s top businesses and leaders.
In Davos, Netanyahu vows Israel will retain Jerusalem holy sites in any peace deal
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed that Israel would retain Jerusalem’s holy sites in any peace deal during a public interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Thursday.
Trump says Palestinians ‘disrespected’ US by boycotting Pence, threatens aid cuts
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday met with President Donald Trump at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where the two leaders discussed the peace process, Iran and U.S. support for Israel in international bodies.