Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party will hold leadership primaries within the next six weeks, Israeli media reported on ...
The chief challenger to Israel’s embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is proposing to lead a unity government with Netanyahu’s ...
Lawmakers from Israel’s ruling Likud party say they will only accept Benjamin Netanyahu as the party’s candidate for prime minister, ...
An Israeli watchdog says it found a network of social media bots disseminating messages in support of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ahead of next ...
One of his coalition partners had threatened to block the planned expansion of the alliance by voting against it in parliament
Instead of the Zionist Union, Netanyahu has opted to lure the ultra-right
Netanyahu sought to quell rising criticism, describing himself as ‘in charge and as having the nation’s interests at heart’
Israeli media have reported multiple allegations by former members of Silvan Shalom’s staff of sexual misconduct
Ahmad Tibi demanded an apology from the minister, who refused
The speech by Tzipi Hotovely illustrated the influence of hardliners in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new government
Netanyahu’s Likud party – which holds 30 out of 120 seats in the country’s parliament - was not amuse
Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud party won 30 seats, compared with 24 for his main rival, the centre-left Zionist Union
In a four-day pre-election blitz, Netanyahu made a series of promises designed to shore up his Likud base and draw voters
‘Looks like the White House will need to let the champagne chill a bit longer,’ a U.S. official tweeted about the election outcome
Even with results still up in the air late Tuesday, some Republicans were quick to declare success for the savvy Israeli politician
The latest available polls revealed that the Zionist Camp opened a four seat lead over the Likud
Saudi Arabia has been relentless in its quest for a Palestinian state
Likud and the center-left Zionist Union are running neck-and-neck in opinion polls
The media accusations against Netanyahu over the Palestinian conflict come as part of a bitterly fought campaign for a March 17 election
The video released by the Likud party for Israel's March election, implies that a vote for the left would benefit ISIS
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party claims in a contentious new campaign ad that a vote
‘With nearly 60 percent of the ballots counted, Benjamin Netanyahu took 80 percent of the vote’
Netanyahu’s approval numbers are dropping fast and a newly formed opposition alliance is inching past his Likud party in the polls
Parliament was due to convene later in the day for a vote on dissolving itself, after Netanyahu fired two centrist cabinet members
Tensions within Netanyahu’s fractious coalition government have been brewing for months
Rock-throwing protests erupted in several Arab communities in Israel since police killed an Arab who attacked their vehicle on Saturday
No issue epitomizes this entanglement more than the delicate, some might argue fragile, coexistence between Jews and Arabs in Jerusalem
Israel’s declaration of independence and its Basic Laws define the state as Jewish, with or without Palestine's recognition
There is really nothing startling about the idea of Israel as a Jewish state
Late former Israeli PM was not called the ‘The Bulldozer’ for being ‘a fearless leader’
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