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PA officials reject Netanyahu's call for renewal of peace talks
The Times Of Israel

PA officials reject Netanyahu's call for renewal of peace talks

A senior Palestinian Authority official on Thursday rejected the recent appeal made by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who said he was prepared to go to Ramallah in order to resume Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Chief Palestinian negotiator ... The Times Of Israel, 43 minutes ago

Benjamin Netanyahu Defends Iran Deal Fight After Barack Obama Secures Support

File photo of Benjamin Netanyahu Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended Thursday his high-profile campaign to defeat the Iran nuclear deal after President Barack Obama secured enough backing to keep Congress from blocking it.
 NDTV2 hours ago Netanyahu defends Iran deal fight after Obama secures support  Times of India16 minutes ago GUEST VOICE: Why I'll be at the JDL protest outside Barry Sherman's house  Canadian Jewish News1 week ago
Jerusalem Post

Netanyahu: Majority of Americans see eye to eye with Israel on Iranian threat

In a Rosh Hashana toast with Foreign Ministry employees Thursday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the majority of Americans see Iran as a threat, and despite disagreements,the United States remains Israel's closest friend and ally. ...
 Jerusalem Post3 hours ago Benjamin Netanyahu: The American People See Eye to Eye With Us on Iran  Blaze.com37 minutes ago

Knesset to vote on gas agreement Monday

Benjamin Netanyahu may also ask the Knesset to transfer to the cabinet Aryeh Deri's authority to bypass the regulator. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to submit the natural gas plan for Knesset ...
 Globes58 minutes ago Knesset to discuss gas plan at PM's insistence  Globes1 day ago

Bibi Hints Israeli Forces to Be Freer to Shoot Palestinian Stone-Throwers

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered a review of the current regulations dictating the use of live-fire in incidents of stone-throwing, indicating that he may give security forces more leeway in opening fire on Palestinian ...
 Sputnik16 hours ago Netanyahu to toughen rules on Palestinian stone-throwers  Islam Times3 hours ago Netanyahu eyes hardening rules of engagement against Palestinian stone throwers  i24news20 hours ago Israel's Netanyahu threatens to shoot at Palestinian stone throwers  UPI21 hours ago
Friends of Al-Aqsa

Israeli War Criminal #NotWelcome in London

Despite an e-petition calling for Benjamin Netanyahu's arrest being signed by 93,000 people, our government is preparing to welcome him to Britain next week. David Cameron has refused to hear the voices of the British public who have denounced the ...
 Friends of Al-Aqsa21 hours ago UK Petition Has 100,000 Signatures Asking For Netanyahu's Arrest For War Crimes  Eurasia Review1 day ago Obama defeats Netanyahu, secures Iran deal  Ya Libnan9 hours ago UK petition for Netanyahu's arrest will not be acted on  World Bulletin2 days ago
Jerusalem Post

Netanyahu to continue vocal opposition, despite Obama gaining enough votes to secure deal

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has argued fiercely against the Iran nuclear deal, will continue to speak out strongly against it even though US President Barack Obama on Wednesday secured the 34th vote needed to sustain a presidential ...
 Jerusalem Post21 hours ago 11 August 2015  US Embassy United Kingdom: London7 hours ago Invoking India, Obama continues hunt for more votes on Iran deal  The Freepress Journal8 hours ago Obama has enough votes for veto in Iran nuclear deal  Malaysian Insider15 hours ago
Sky News Australia

Israel reviews shoot rule over rock throws

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's boosting security in Jerusalem and reviewing rules for when police may open fire, after an increase in stone-throwing and firebombings. Tensions have been rising in recent months, worsening ...
 Sky News Australia13 hours ago Israel boosts Jerusalem security, reviews rules of engagement  Arabstoday.net14 hours ago
Jerusalem Post

Netanyahu orders tighter security against stone pelters

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday ordered increase in security presence in Jerusalem and on the highway leading to it, in response to a growing number of stone pelters and firebomb incidents.For youths, stone-hurling became a popular ...
 Prokerala1 day ago Netanyahu: Israel to weigh changing open-fire orders on those throwing rocks and fire-bombs  Jerusalem Post1 day ago Netanyahu Orders 400 More Policemen in Jerusalem  Latin American Herald Tribune16 hours ago Amid spike in attacks, hundreds more police to deploy in Jerusalem  The Times Of Israel1 day ago

Tom Cotton, U.S. Republican Senator Meets with Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel Prime Minister

Tom Cotton, Republican U.S. Senator visited Benhamin Netanyahu, Israel Prime Minister on a weeklong trip to Israel. By Leah Nablo Yecla | Sep 02, 2015 04:31 PM EDT Tom Cotton, U.S. Senator visits Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel Prime Minister ...
 Hngn.com19 hours ago Watchdog warns Netanyahu against appointing another minister to cabinet  Jerusalem Post3 days ago Cabinet approves Danon as UN ambassador; Akunis to be science minister  Jerusalem Post1 week ago All Bibi all the time: How Netanyahu looks to find the media spotlight, not solutions  AlMonitor6 days ago
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