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Netanyahu

Benjamin . born 1949, Israeli politician: leader of the Likud party (1993--99); prime minister (1996--99)
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In the first fact sheets Israeli incitement against Palestinians increase they wrote about Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu who after the visit of Us delegation announced that he will not evacuate any settlement.
What is striking is how dissimilar the mainstream of Jewish Americans is to the ruling Likud Party in Israel, headed by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
Summary: Boyko Borissov met a Russian lobbyist in Damascus just hours after his recent meeting with Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu
Palestinian activist Bassem Tamimi is arrested and beaten by Israeli police at the Rami Levi supermarket opened in Shaar Binyamin close to the city of Ramallah in the Israeli occupied Palestinian West Bank on October 24, 2012, as the protesters called for a boycott of goods being produced in the Jewish Settlement.
ub "Freiing Out: Why People Go Off the Derech & What We Can Do About It", author Binyamin Tanny descriptively examines six types of people at risk, identifies eleven key factors at play, and presents eight techniques to avert people from abandoning their Judaism.
CDATA[ Sources close to the Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu say he was against the Shalit deal.
Calls for a boycott of Israeli goods are growing as the intransigence of the country's prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, is increasingly being interpreted as just plain 'bloody-mindedness' in international forums.
The 11 who have been given capital punishment are: Abdul Majid Sujela alias Haji Bilal, Jabir Binyamin Behra, Ramzani Binyamin Behra, Abdul Yusuf Sattar alias Siraj Mohammad Meda, Yusuf Hasan alias Latiko Salim alias Irfan Pada, Razak Ismail Mohammad Kurkur, Hasan Ahmed Lalu, Mehboob Khalid Chanda alias Anwar Mohammad, Irfan Abdul Majid Ganchi Kalandar alias Irfan Bhopo, Abdul Razzak Gani Pataliya and Mehbub Ahmed.
THE HEADLINES in the Western media all said more or less the same thing when Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu pulled the plug on the latest round of the "Middle East peace process" on Sunday.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas "came with a sense of purpose and seriousness and cordiality that frankly exceeded lots of people's expectations," President Obama told a White House news conference.
9 -- DIG Police (operations) Binyamin has suspended Inspector Muhammad Ayub for dereliction of duties and involvement in corrupt activities.
The opposition Kadima party grumbles that proportional voting allowed right-winger Binyamin Netanyahu, below, to become Prime Minister even though his Likud party has fewer MPs than they do.