Leaders of Israel’s 200,000 Bedouin Arab citizens called for civil disobedience against government efforts to resettle the traditionally nomadic population after weekend demonstrations erupted in violence.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pushed the world for years to limit Iran’s nuclear program. After rejecting a deal designed to do just that, he finds himself the odd man out with his own options, including military action, limited.
The “bad deal” reached between world powers and Iran falls short of removing the Islamic Republic’s potential for producing nuclear weapons, an official in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said by text message today.
An Israeli cabinet minister said world powers will take heed of his government’s concerns about a deal with Iran even as a former security adviser warned that Israel could still take matters into its own hands with a military strike.
Negotiators with Iran should demand a better deal than the one discussed in Geneva, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today, insisting that an Iran with nuclear capability directly threatens both Israel and Europe.
When David and Rivka Wietchner bought a home in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Har Bracha, they swooned over the mountain view, the embracing community and the 375,000-shekel ($106,000) price of a six-room apartment.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has decided to speed up construction in areas of Jerusalem claimed by Palestinians after today’s release of 26 Palestinian security prisoners sparked opposition among political allies.
Israel’s possible release this week of more Palestinian security prisoners as part of the deal to renew peace talks is deepening political divisions in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ruling coalition.