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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RAMALLAH, Oct 25 (KUNA) -- Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad Al-Malki said on Sunday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cannot be trusted, particularly with regard to keeping the existing situation in Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Addressing the Zionist Congress last Tuesday and trying to illustrate his claim that Palestinian incitement against the Jews goes back ages, Netanyahu sparked an uproar by suggesting that Haj Ameen Al Hussaini had persuaded Nazi leader Adolf Hitler to exterminate the Jews.
If the world leaders gathered at the UN General Assembly would pause and absorb what Prime Minister Netanyahu said, the potential for collectively and constructively addressing common threats would be enormous," said AJC Executive Director David Harris.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu sought Britain's cooperation to "turn back the tide of militant Islam" as he met PM David Cameron in London Sept 10.
Benjamin Netanyahu and right-wing parties once again won, and it now appears that Israel will continue being a headache for the West.
Summary: In apparent bid to calm tensions with Washington, Netanyahu reportedly freezes plans for further construction in east Jerusalem.
In his bid to secure reelection, Benjamin Netanyahu stated that an independent Palestinian state would not see the light during his term in office.
President Barack Obama on Thursday called the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to congratulate him on his victory after the latter was reelected as Prime Minister in the Tuesday Israeli Elections.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won Tuesday's election, but his ruthless campaign damaged his nation and its standing in the world.
JERUSALEM -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to have fended off a strong challenge from the country's opposition leader in parliamentary elections Tuesday, emerging from an acrimonious campaign in a slightly better position to form Israel's next government.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned the United States Tuesday that it was negotiating a bad deal with Iran that paved the way to a "nuclear nightmare," drawing a rebuke from President Obama.
Summary: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lobbied powerfully against a nuclear agreement with Iran in a well-crafted speech to Congress Tuesday.