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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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Next week we will meet separately from the President, we will meet with Prime Minister Natanyahu, we will meet with President Mubarack, we will meet with President Abu Mazen.
Summary: A delegation of seven Arab foreign ministers were meeting in Amman Saturday ahead of King Abdullah's upcoming visit to Washington to formulate a common stance on the new Israeli Natanyahu
The expectations the accords generated during the government of Yitzak Rabin cooled after the coming to power of the right-wing coalition of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Natanyahu.
McKay, Fiona, "Israeli Arabs and the Natanyahu Government", Middle East International, no 541, (10 January 1997), p.
Good examples are: David Sorkin, The Transformation of German Jewry, 1780-1840 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987) and Benzion Natanyahu, The Origins of the Inquisition in fifteenth Century Spain (New York: Random House, 1995).
Israeli hawks such as Natanyahu have always believed that the Palestinian problem could be solved by the final military defeat and physical dispersal of the Palestinians.
1999: Natanyahu is defeated; Labour leader Ehud Barak is elected PM.
Natanyahu urged Defense Minister Ehud Barak, the leader of Olmert's main coalition partner, the center-left Labor, to quit the government, a move that would likely lead to new elections and a victory for Netanyahu's Likud Party.
Natanyahu went on to say that, "Israel will continue its preserving its
Summary: A delegation of seven Arab foreign ministers met in Amman Saturday ahead of King Abdullah's upcoming visit to Washington to formulate a common stance on the new Israeli Natanyahu government and