Netanyahu


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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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A fundamental question that could influence any analysis of the decision to strike Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Gaza is whether the strategy originated from the Israeli government or the limited personal calculations of Netanyahu himself.
One obvious sign that the attacks were meant to benefit Netanyahu, and Netanyahu only, is the fact that the PM violated an old Israeli protocol ofstaying mumfollowing this type of cross-border violence.
Sara Netanyahu," the Prime Minister's wife prepares Moroccan-style vegetarian meatballs alongside Tal Gilboa, a vegan animal rights activist, and the official advisor for animal affairs.Gilboa asked Netanyahu what she thinks of cannabis.
Lieberman, head of the right-wing Yisrael Beiteinu party, told Israel's Channel 12 on Saturday that Netanyahu was "in a desperate situation" ahead of repeat elections in September.
Barak responded by turning the tables on Netanyahu. "It pains me that people I know have gotten in trouble with the law," Barak wrote on Twitter.
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: Israel's former Prime Minister Ehud Barak announced Wednesday that he is returning to politics and forming a new party that will aim to unseat Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in upcoming elections.
Netanyahu, whom they charged with fraud, had concealed that a cook was on the payroll so that she could order hundreds of catered meals from expensive restaurants and charge them to the state, New York Times reports.
It spells unprecedented upheaval even for a country used to political infighting and is a big blow to Netanyahu, who had claimed victory in the last election on April 9.
The plea deal, which avoids an extended corruption trial against her in the so-called prepared food affair, however, charges Netanyahu with reimbursement of NIS 55,000 (USD 15,210) to the state, The Times of Israel reported.
Netanyahu (https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/new-israeli-government-or-election-netanyahu-faces-deadline/2019/05/29/15964bf0-81e2-11e9-b585-e36b16a531aa_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.d975efb59695) failed to meet a deadline Wednesday evening to form a governing coalition in order to prevent new elections or stave off calls for him to step down.
Rivlin had initially given Netanyahu four weeks to form a government when lawmakers recommended him to be prime minister after last month's parliamentary elections.
That is why Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party is likely to win the elections for fifth consecutive term despite serious allegations of corruptions against Netanyahu.