On Tuesday morning, when Netanyahu faced criticism from Knesset Speaker and political ally Yariv Levin, it was the ultimate man-bites-dog story in Israeli politics.
Johnson and Netanyahu agreed to strengthen relations between the two countries in all fields.
On Sunday the country will enter a near lock down, with the country reporting more than 11,000 coronavirus infected persons.
According to Netanyahu, Mandelblit is pursuing nothing less than a “plot to overthrow the government.”
Nobody paid the price for sleeping on the watch. The likely reason, the sources said, was because Tehran was interested in downplaying the operation.
The arrests sparked outrage, leading thousands of sympathizers to arrive at the scene in a show of solidarity the following day.
Here are three mistakes that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the government is making that could have been learned from the first wave.
Hanegbi has been an MK for more than 30 years and currently enjoys a ministerial salary for an undetermined job in an overinflated government.
The fact that July 1 went by without even a mild signal of any annexation in Judea and Samaria, was not only an embarrassment for Netanyahu vis-à-vis the settlers.
Deputy Health Minister: ‘We are in the midst of a second wave that is worse than the first’