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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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The second was the Natanyahu's Israel--and its US and European allies--who wished to maintain Egypt's autocratic regime more or less intact by keeping such players as Omar Suliman, the head of Intelligence, in power after Mubarak.
Aa I was back on August 24, and since then I have been giving interviews about Natanyahu's notorious policies vis-a-vis the Palestinians and above all on his settlements policies.
Benjamin Natanyahu was clear a few days ago when he said the key for peace was for the Palestinians to admit the existence of a Jewish Israel, as well as to forget the "definitive waiver of the right to return," of course.
But his speech at Bar-Ilan University was promptly rejected by the Palestinian National Authority's chief negotiator, Saeb Erekat, who said Natanyahu's proposal is closing the door to the two-state principle for peace in the Middle East.
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. The existence of religious parties in the Israeli cabinet registered little enthusiasm for strong Catholic-Jewish relations.
(57.) McKay, Fiona, "Israeli Arabs and the Natanyahu Government", Middle East International, no 541, (10 January 1997), p.
(6.) 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).
Natanyahu also addressed the Lausanneagreementwhich will allow Iran to produce big amounts Uranium, by saying that preventing Iran from being able to build nuclear weapons is the preeminent challenge for Israel.
Underscoring Israeli prime minister Benjamin Natanyahu's statement that the