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Kahlon to PM: Fix problems in coalition
Jerusalem Post

Kahlon to PM: Fix problems in coalition

Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon called upon Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to bring about order inside his Likud Party Thursday at a rally of his Kulanu party in Airport City marking one year since the election. Kahlon referred to Likud MKs David ... Jerusalem Post, 1 month ago
Coalition has serious problems, finance minister warns The Times Of Israel, 4 weeks ago
Middle Israel: Bibi's populist challenge Jerusalem Post, 1 month ago
Jerusalem Post

Analysis: Taking stock of Netanyahu's ten years in office

BENJAMIN NETANYAHU has now been prime minister of Israel for a cumulative period of exactly 10 years three from 1996 to 1999 and seven from 2009 to the present. In other words, over the past two decades, he has been the top decision maker shaping ...
 Jerusalem Post1 day ago After 10 years in power, Israel's Netanyahu keeps rivals at arm's length  Sharenet2 weeks ago Netanyahu keeps rivals at arm's length  Reuters UK2 weeks ago After 10 Years In Power Israel's Netanyahu Keeps Rivals At Arm's Length  Online Nigeria News2 weeks ago
The Times Of Israel

Ex-military intel chief urges PM to hedge bets, accept US aid package

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should accept the military package being offered by the US administration and not take a risky gamble by waiting for the next president to make a better offer, a former head of Israel's military intelligence said ...
 The Times Of Israel5 days ago The US may offer Israel the 'largest single pledge' of military assistance in US history  Business Insider UK4 days ago US ready to offer Israel largest aid package in history  The Times Of Israel5 days ago
MSN India

Israeli PM to meet Putin in Moscow

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left for Moscow on Thursday to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Israeli Prime Minister's Office said.
 Business Standard1 week ago Israel notes 'significant' drop in Palestinian attacks  MSN India2 weeks ago Palestinian president can meet me 'any day', says Netanyahu  Business Standard3 weeks ago Abbas says curbing Palestinian attacks, offered to meet Netanyahu  UNDPI.org4 weeks ago
The Times Of Israel

Israeli opposition chief, PM exchanged proposals for unity government: report

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and opposition chief Isaac Herzog have exchanged draft proposals for an agreement to create a unity government, Haaretz said on Thursday, following months of talks. Netanyahu and Herzog intended to reach ...
 i24news3 weeks ago Herzog: Ill cooperate with any police probe into my actions  The Times Of Israel2 weeks ago Police looking to grill opposition head Herzog in graft case  The Times Of Israel2 weeks ago Herzog aides: No talks with Netanyahu on unity government  Jerusalem Post5 days ago

Israel Approves to Build HSR Linking Tel Aviv with Desert City

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his cabinet on Sunday greenlighted plans to construct a high-speed rail line linking Tel Aviv on the Mediterranean coastline to the city of Beersheba in the southern Negev desert. "This is a ...
 Mass Transit Magazine2 weeks ago

Israel lobby pressuring US over JCPOA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses a joint meeting of the United States Congress in the House chamber at the US Capitol in Washington, DC on March 3, 2015. (AFP photo) Press TV has conducted an interview with Mike Harris, the ...
 PressTV.com2 weeks ago Bank of Israel governor flug signals she will buy more dollars  Malay Mail3 weeks ago Virtual party beats Netanyahu, but what about reality?  AlMonitor1 month ago Netanyahu defends Israeli army  Business Standard1 month ago

Israeli Minister Gilad Erdan Says Government At Risk Of Collapse

A key Israeli minister said on Thursday that the government is at risk of collapsing if Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's narrow coalition is not enlarged soon. Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan's comments came amid claims that talks have ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago Netanyahu govt at risk of collapse: Israeli minister  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago Israeli Minister Says Government at Risk of Collapse  Naharnet3 weeks ago Netanyahu gov't at risk of collapse soon, Israeli minister says  Daily Sabah3 weeks ago

Sam Grundwerg named as next consul-general to LA

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced the appointment Thursday night of Sam Grundwerg, the director-general of the World Jewish Congress in Israel, as Israel's next consul-general in New York. The appointment of Grundwerg, who grew up in ...
 Jerusalem Post3 weeks ago Florida-born attorney named Israel's consul general in LA  The Times Of Israel3 weeks ago Florida-born lawyer Sam Grundwerg named Israel's consul general in LA  Jerusalem Post3 weeks ago
Middle East Monitor

One year on, Israelis still prefer Netanyahu as PM

Israelis prefer Benjamin Netanyahu to be their prime minister despite the failure of his coalition, a recent poll published by Israeli newspaper Maariv has shown. The poll, which was carried out one year after the Israeli elections, showed that ...
 Middle East Monitor1 month ago Alternative history: If Herzog were prime minister  Ynet News4 weeks ago After Year in Office, Netanyahu's Coalition Seen Weakened  Al Intiqad1 month ago Netanyahu's Coalition Seen Weakened after Year in Office  Naharnet1 month ago
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