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Israelis want Netanyahu out - poll
Independent On Saturday

Israelis want Netanyahu out - poll

Jerusalem - Most Israelis would like to see Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu replaced after March elections but, paradoxically, he is seen as most suitable for the job, an opinion poll said Thursday. Israelis go to the polls on March 17, just ... Independent On Saturday, 9 hours ago

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Jewish News UK

J-Street survey shows growing crisis in US-Israel ties

In theweek that US Secretary of State John Kerry met Benjamin Netanyahu, a poll commissioned by an American Jewish group appears to show a growing crisis in US-Israel ties. The J-Street survey, commissioned last month and covering some 600 ...
 Jewish News UK6 hours ago Can America Avoid a U.N. Showdown Over a Palestinian State?  MSNBC Newsweek1 day ago Netanyahu: Palestinian move at UN will lead to Hamas takeover in West Bank  Jerusalem Post7 hours ago Kerry, Netanyahu meet as peace accord up in UN  Business Mirror2 days ago

Israeli PM slams Abbas over Palestinian UN draft resolution

JERUSALEM, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Thursday over the Palestinian-proposed United Nations draft resolution which calls for Israeli withdrawal from the occupied ...
 Xinhua News Agency23 minutes ago Abbas, Netanyahu trade accusations at the UN  Sify2 months ago Palestinians buck US, present UN resolution to Security Council, demand Israel from West Bank - VIDEO: Palestinian millennials optimistic for future  FOXNews.com9 hours ago Israel calls Palestinian United Nations draft a gimmick  Jagran Post12 hours ago
DAWN Group

Israel won't accept unilateral Palestine bid: Netanyahu

JERUSALEM Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday Israel would never accept the unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state, after a draft resolution calling for a final peace deal was submitted to the U.N. In a statement from his ...
 Japan Times24 minutes ago Israel won't accept 'unilateral' Palestine bid: Netanyahu  Dunya News5 hours ago Israel won't accept "unilateral" Palestine bid, says Netanyahu  Your Middle East52 minutes ago Israel won't accept unilateral recognition of Palestine: Netanyahu  DAWN Group4 hours ago
Irish Independent

Israel slams EU over plan to take Hamas off terror list

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed the European Union yesterday for removing Hamas from its terrorist list, calling it a staggering example of European hypocrisy and an indication that many on the continent have learned nothing from ...
 Irish Independent20 hours ago Netanyahu condemns European 'hypocrisy'  NHK20 hours ago Israeli PM calls Europe naive for taking Hamas off terror list  Rediff.com1 day ago 12:56Netanyahu condemns EU's Hamas move  Irish Independent1 day ago

Coalition between right-wing and religious parties would increase civil unrest and war risks in Israel

Key Points Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party is increasingly likely to ally with religious parties. A right-religious coalition would be likely to pass the Nationality Law, increasing the prospects of non-Jewish ...
 Jane's5 hours ago
Jerusalem Post

Time for a Center-Left government

On Sunday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrogantly claimed that a Palestinian UN proposal to end Israel's rule in the West Bank by 2016 would definitely be defeated. Even if he is correct, it is yet another reminder that Israel faces an ...
 Jerusalem Post7 hours ago
Xinhua News Agency

Israeli PM addresses press conference during GPO annual reception

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses a press conference during the Government Press Office (GPO) annual reception at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, on Dec. 17, 2014. Israel suffered Wednesday a series of diplomatic setbacks in ...
 Xinhua News Agency8 hours ago
Xinhua News Agency

Israeli PM lights candles to mark Hanukkah festival

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) lights candles on a Hannukiya to mark the second day of Hanukkah during the Government Press Office (GPO) annual reception at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, on Dec. 17, 2014. Hanukkah entered the second ...
 Xinhua News Agency19 hours ago Netanyahu: Palestinians want to take us to the ICC? That's Chutzpah  Jerusalem Post2 days ago PM lights 1st Hanukkah candle with IDF soldiers  The Times Of Israel1 day ago Israelis light candles for first night of Hanukkah 5775  Israel Hayom1 day ago
Lebanon Daily Star

Netanyahu years show surge in settler population

Jerusalem — The population of Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank has continued to surge during Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's years in office, growing at more than twice the pace of Israel's overall population, according to newly ...
 NewsHub South Africa16 hours ago Netanyahu years marked by West Bank settlements surge  Lebanon Daily Star3 days ago Netanyahu's rule sees surge in settler numbers  DAWN Group2 days ago Israeli settlers continue surge  New Zealand Herald6 hours ago
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