Benjamin Netanyahu

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the Israeli government's memorial for Yitzhak Rabin, Nov
Netanyahu: Yitzhak Rabin was wrong, but he was not a traitor

The PM recalled the bitter debate over the 1993 Oslo Accords, approved by Rabin and his government, that set in motion a peace process for a two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the swearing-in ceremony of the 22nd Knesset, the
Netanyahu: Liberman is coordinating with Arab Joint List, Gantz

“I hope it’s not so, but it looks like Liberman is coordinating with the Joint List and Blue and White on all the details,” Netanyahu said.

Uri Ariel
Agriculture and Rural Development Minister Uri Ariel resigns

Ariel quit the Knesset even before the April 2019 elections, but has remained in office as the agriculture minister ever since.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
10/11/2019
AVIGDOR LIBERMAN – a need to reinvent himself.
Liberman may support Arab-backed coalition if Netanyahu won’t drop haredim

"The most important thing is that we don't have another election," Liberman said.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani addresses the crowd of people in Yazd, Iran
Former ambassador to US: Turkey, Iran are strong, Arab states weak

“Being blatantly supportive of President Trump and the Republican Party was a grave mistake on the part of Israel.”

Israel must not give up on Europe

The truth is that Israel stands to gain much from Europe, and vice versa.

By DANIEL J. SAMET
22/11/2019
Know Comment: Truth-telling to advance peace

By changing the discourse about settlements, the Trump administration is laying the groundwork for realistic negotiation

Netanyahu attends cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Netanyahu, enough

For several years now during election campaigns, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has engaged in a smear campaign against Israeli-Arabs.

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Israel deterrence

Once Israel chose to open the possibility of a conflict in the wake of killing al-Ata, its leadership needed to plan for what comes next.

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Prime ministers and relationships with media

In Britain, as in Israel, criminal law is too indiscriminate to regulate the complex relationship between media and officeholders.

By NATHAN LEWIN AVI BELL RICHARD HEIDEMAN JOSEPH TIPOGRAPH , ALAN DERSHOWITZ
13/11/2019
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