Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) shakes hands with former Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, head of the centrist Hatenuah party, during their joint statement at the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, in Jerusalem February 19, 2013. Netanyahu ... International Business Times, 2 months ago
Bibi's New Coalition Sworn In - Jewish Press, 2 months ago
Canadian Ministerial Visit to Jerusalem: A Geneva Convention Lesson - Jewish Press, 1 month ago
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Islam Times - The twists and mobility within the partisan blocs in the political map of the Zionist entity have had no end; this is a noteworthy characteristic of the interior status in the Zionist entity. This comes despite the fact that all those ...Islam Times, 1 week ago
Netanyahu had no real opponent in the recent election for Israel's 19th Knesset, making his re-election clear before elections were even announced. Thus, despite what many analysts graded as the worst campaign of the Knesset's 12 parties, the ...Jewish Press, 2 weeks ago
A recently revised Arab peace initiative has received positive responses in many Israeli quarters this week, with remarks by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu even being interpreted as a sign of support for a proposal he previously rejected.Globe and Mail, 2 weeks ago
Israel in the World Middle East Quarterly Spring 2013, pp. 27-38 (view PDF) The bad news is clear. Israel's right to exist is questioned by many, and its ancient and present capital, Jerusalem, is unrecognized by all but a few states. Israeli ...Middle East Forum, 1 month ago
Just in time for Friday night, the beginning of the Jewish Sabbath, and the impending Saturday deadline, Israel's politicians finalized the next coalition government. There will be 22 ministers in total, making this one of the Reuters/Ronen Zvulun ...International Business Times Australia, 2 months ago
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