Posts Tagged ‘netanyahu’

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Address to JPPI Conference

editor 6 March 2017

By PM Benjamin Netanyahu.. The following is the transcript of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu video address at the 2017 JPPI conference on Shifting Trends in the West and their Impact on Israel and the Jewish People: I’m delighted to address the JPPI and I apologize for not being with you. I feel a bit under the weather because I was quite a bit down under. I came back from a wonderful trip to Australia and Singapore but it has taken a toll on my vocal cords and my sinuses. But nevertheless, I’m happy to be with you even through video. (more…)

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A very big deal to solve a very big problem

editor 3 March 2017

By Einat Wilf and Adi Schwartz.. President Donald Trump, as expressed in the press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, now aspires in the Middle East to “a much bigger deal”, “a much more important deal”, one that “would take in many, many countries” and “​would cover a very large territory.” This kind of regional deal between the Arab world – and perhaps, the entire Muslim world​​ – and the Jewish State of Israel was always the only deal to be had: a very big deal to solve a very big problem. (more…)

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The U.S.-Israel economic bond

editor 28 February 2017

By Jon Medved.. Much of the talk around President Trump’s meeting this week with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House surrounds the political and security relationship between the two countries. That is important. But it is only part of the story. Despite having a tiny population of eight million people, Israel is playing a crucial role in helping to power the U.S. economy for the next generation. (more…)

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How to get to two states: Netanyahu shines a bright light on the obstacles to a lasting peace

editor 25 February 2017

By New York Daily News.. Setting aside a perplexing remark by President Trump, he and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a strong and important show of unity at the White House Wednesday (February 15, 2017). Bad news first: Trump’s apparent ignorance of the two-state solution, which for very good reason has been the basis for Mideast peace negotiations for decades. “I’m looking at two states and one state. I like the one that both parties like.” (more…)

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PM Netanyahu meets the Australian Cabinet and the Jewish Community in Sydney

editor 23 February 2017

Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).. During his visit to Australia from Wednesday Feb 22 – Saturday Feb 25, 2017 Prime Minister Natanyahu Meets with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, members of the Australian government and also with the Jewish community in Sydney. Watch the videos below. (more…)

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[Press Release]   Australia and Israel – a story of deep friendship

editor 22 February 2017

The visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu reflects deep relationship between Australia and Israel. Over the last 100 years, Australia has played an instrumental role in the creation of the Jewish homeland, and has been blessed by the contributions of hundreds and thousands of its Jewish citizens. Today the two nations share deep cultural, business, and technological ties. The Australian government is to be commended for its positive relationship with the State of Israel, and its constructive approach towards the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. In the months and years ahead, we must continue to play an active and constructive role. (more…)

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Netanyahu visit: Australia’s relationship with Israel and where it could go

editor 21 February 2017

By Omar Dabbagh.. In the past fortnight the Israeli leader has visited London and Washington DC for talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May and “old friend” US President Donald Trump. His visit to Australia this week (Wednesday Feb 22 – Saturday Feb 25, 2017) will be the first for a serving Israeli Prime Minister. His time with Malcolm Turnbull will likely cover similar ground: the Palestinian conflict, West Bank settlements, Iran, and combatting global terror. [Photo top right: PM Malcolm Turnbull and PM Benjamin Netanyahu]  (more…)

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Netanyahu: Notwithstanding Obama or Trump, Israel does ‘what it wants’ on settlements

editor 8 December 2016

By Eric Cortellessa and Tamar Pileggi.. WASHINGTON — Israel’s settlement policy is not governed by the United States and the incoming Trump administration will not change that, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the annual Brookings Institution’s Saban Forum for Middle East Policy on Sunday (December 4, 2016). In his comments delivered via video link, the prime minister also said he would raise the “bad” Iran nuclear deal with president-elect Donald Trump, and urged continued US intervention in the Middle East. [Photo top right:Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the Saban Forum in Washington via video link on Sunday, December 4, 2016 (screen capture: YouTube)] (more…)

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Netanyahu: Both settlements and Israeli courts need to be protected

editor 7 December 2016

By Herb Keinon.. The High Court of Justice has ordered the evacuation of Amona by December 25. The government is working overtime” to come up with a “responsible solution” to the Amona issue that will both protect the settlement enterprise and the authority of the courts, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday (December 4, 2016). [Photo top right: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praises the new budget before the cabinet debate yesterday (Dec. 3, 2016).. (photo credit:REUTERS)] (more…)

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Israel-Egypt Analysis: The long-awaited thaw is still not forthcoming

editor 7 December 2016

By Zvi Mazel.. Many Israelis had hoped that President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi would take ground-breaking steps toward normalization; It still has not happened. Nearly 40 years ago, President Sadat made history by coming to Jerusalem, and the peace agreement followed two years later. Much is made in Israel of the strong security cooperation between the two countries regarding the fight against Islamic terrorism in northern Sinai. Egypt is far more discreet on the subject. [Photo top right:Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomes Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry in Israel on July 10. (photo credit:MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)] (more…)

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