Posts Tagged ‘PM Netanyahu’

 

The depth of Iran’s deception

editor 9 May 2018

By Maj. Gen. (ret.) Yaakov Amidror.. Following last Monday’s (April 30, 2018) unveiling by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of “half a ton” of Iranian files proving that Iran lied about its nuclear program, many criticized what they called “a performance.” Of course, everyone was full of praise for the intelligence community, namely the Mossad, for obtaining the information. But they didn’t spare any criticism from the prime minister’s “show.” (more…)

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Netanyahu Puts Israel’s Enemies On Notice Ahead Of Trump Announcement

editor 8 May 2018

By Herb Keinon and Michael Wilner.. Though the premier did not directly mention Iran, he said that anyone who strikes Israel should know that Israel will strike them back. Israel’s enemies threatening it with destruction should know that they cannot destroy the country and are instead placing themselves in great danger, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday (May 7, 2018). [Photo top right: Notice | Photo credit: Nick Youngson, Creative Commons].  (more…)

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PM Netanyahu: Iran Is Moving Advanced Offensive Weaponry into Syria

editor 8 May 2018

By Prime Minister’s Office.. PM Netanyahu made the following remarks at the start of the weekly Cabinet meeting this morning (May 6, 2018). “On Tuesday (May 7, 2018) I will leave for Nicosia for the fourth meeting with the leaders of Cyprus and Greece. I will discuss with them a series of issues, first and foremost the feasibility of laying a joint Israeli-Cypriot-Greek gas pipeline to Italy. The export of Israeli gas to Western Europe could make a very significant contribution to the Israeli economy. [Photo top right: PM Benjamin Netanyahu | Credit Goverment Press Office].  (more…)

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PM Netanyahu’s Remarks at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center Event Marking Israel’s 70th Anniversary

editor 25 April 2018

By Benjamin Netanyahu – GPO.. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu remarks at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center event marking Israel’s 70th anniversary (April 23, 2018). Thank you Herzi Makov, and thank you distinguished diplomats and friends. It’s an honor for me to be here at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center. We’re celebrating Israel’s 70th anniversary, and we can celebrate at the same time, and for good reason, for three reasons Menachem Begin’s legacy. There are many reasons to celebrate Begin’s legacy, but I believe that three things make him stand out as a true hero of our people. [Photo top right: PM Benjamin Netanyahu |Photo by Kobi Gideon, GPO].  (more…)

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Netanyahu: A great day for the people of Israel

editor 28 February 2018

By Elad Benari.. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Friday (February 23, 2018) hailed the U.S. announcement that it would move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May as “a great day for the people of Israel”. “President Trump’s decision to move the United States Embassy to Jerusalem on the coming Independence Day follows his historic declaration in December to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital,” he said in a statement issued by the Israeli Embassy in Washington. (more…)

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Damned If You Do . . . And Trump And Netanyahu Are Certainly Doing

editor 28 February 2018

By Melanie Phillips.. Day in and day out, two men—two crucial world leaders—remain under a constant barrage of verbal attacks. They are subjected to an obsessional, unhinged and unprecedented stream of abuse, distortion, character assassination and malicious fantasies. If you haven’t guessed, they are Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Donald J Trump. The campaign against them signifies a cultural disorder in the West that borders on the pathological. (more…)

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Israel’s police joins the political opposition to topple Netanyahu

editor 23 February 2018

By Caroline Glick.. Foreign observers may have a hard time squaring Benjamin Netanyahu’s international stature as a statesman with his suddenly vulnerable position at home. Abroad, both those that hate the Israeli prime minister and those that admire him view him as a successful leader. His diplomatic skills have transformed Israel from an international pariah, at the mercy of the Palestine Liberation Organization and the international left, to a rising star on the international scene. (more…)

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Trump, Netanyahu and the post-Oslo era

editor 22 February 2018

By Caroline Glick.. You wouldn’t know it from the news, but this week, the probability that Israel will apply its law to areas of Judea and Samaria rose significantly. This week was first time that either Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu or the Trump administration ever addressed the possibility of Israel applying its law to areas of Judea and Samaria. Lawmakers from Bayit Yehudi and the Likud have prepared separate bills on the issue. MK Bezalel Smotrich’s Bayit Yehudi party bill calls for Israel to apply its law to Area C – the parts of Judea and Samaria located outside Palestinian population centers. [Photo top right: President Trump at the Israel Museum. Jerusalem May 23, 2017].  (more…)

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Experts warn of ‘escalation’ between Israel and Russia over Syria

editor 10 February 2018

By Ariel Ben Solomon.. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin last week did not appear to resolve the two countries’ differing objectives in Syria, and it remains unclear if the status-quo can continue. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin last week did not appear to resolve the two countries’ differing objectives in Syria, and it remains unclear if the status-quo can continue. [Photo top right: Russian President Vladimir Putin spent Monday in Jerusalem for talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. During their meeting at the Israeli leader’s residence, they discussed concerns about Iran’s nuclear program, with Mr. Netanyahu urging Russia to increase pressure on Iran to curb its activity, and Mr. Putin giving no sign of concessions on the subject. (Ria-Novosti via Associated Press)].  (more…)

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Netanyahu to tell Europeans clock ticking to fix Iran nuke deal

editor 25 January 2018

By Alexander Fulbright and Jacob Magid.. PM says he’ll challenge counterparts at Davos summit of world leaders to make more than ‘cosmetic’ changes to agreement. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday (January 23, 2018) he would tell skeptical European leaders that time is running out to alter the Iran nuclear deal, which US President Donald Trump has vowed he will rip up if it is not changed. [Photo top right: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and his wife Sara Netanyahu, at Ben Gurion airport on January 23, 2018. (Jacob Magid/Times of Israel)].  (more…)

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