Benjamin Netanyahu

Miki Zohar
Netanyahu endorsement builds World Likud race into ‘war’

Netanyahu is trying to unseat the incumbent Hagoel by endorsing coalition chairman Miki Zohar, who is known for his close ties with the prime minister and Likud leader.

State investigating possible hack into Netanyahu bribery case files

A prosecutor at some unspecified time logged on to the staff’s files only to find certain files missing.

Shaked: Netanyahu will lose support if Palestinian statehood advanced

The Yamina Party is opposed to the creation of a Palestinian state, even the demilitarized one as set out in US President Donald Trump’s peace plan.

Annexation decision likely to be made next week

July 1, the first day on which the coalition agreement allowed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to bring sovereignty to a vote, passed without any progress on that front, as was expected.

Blue and White, Likud officials squabble on social media

Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi reveals he does not know whether the annexation will take place on July 1, saying it is highly unlikely to happen on Wednesday.

Yair Lapid warns of huge crisis if 'angry Democrats win'

He says Netayahu harmed bipartisan relationship

Netanyahu claims A-G Mandelblit attempting to ‘conspire’ against him

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Mandelblit’s “scheme to overthrow government” had been “exposed.”

Spencer Partrich
Who is Spencer Partrich?

Partrich bought half of Netanyahu’s parents’ home from his brother Ido for NIS 8.4 million, according to a 2016 report by Haaretz. He was later investigated in the probe of Case 1000.

Netanyahu: We are still working on sovereignty

Palestinians offer peace talks mediated by UN, but only if Israel gives up all West Bank sovereignty plans.

THE NETANYAHU FAMILY at the grave of Yoni Netanyahu.
The Left is not dead – just dormant

As happens every year around this time, Netanyahu, his wife, Sara, and his sons, Yair and Avner, visited the military cemetery on Mount Herzl to stand at the graveside of Lt.-Col. Yonatan Netanyahu.

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