In bill referred to as the 'Bibi Bill,' term limit proposed for PM
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06.30.2015 | 13 Tammuz, 5775
In light of recent comments made by Netanyahu during election campaign, Washington is reevaluating relationship with Israel.
By REUTERS,HERB KEINON
The way the speech issue was handled turned the matter into being about Netanyahu, when it should – at this critical juncture – have been about Iran.
By HERB KEINON
Nadaf expresses his hopes that Netanyahu will continue to support Christian participation in the IDF and integration into Israeli society.
By ARIEL COHEN
“We hope the President will approach Israel as the friend and front line ally she is,” Christians United for Israel says.
Israelis rally outside of the US consul in NYC against Netanyahu's speech.
“The only stakeholder that seems not to realize the danger of the situation is President Obama.”
By NEVILLE TELLER
Outside the settlements, what today is called the right is actually left.
By DAVID MARGOLESE
A man I once admired has begun subordinating vital security interests to the needs of partisan politics.
By EVELYN GORDON
Replacing Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister is an existential Israeli imperative.
By JOSHUA SOBOL
That was Netanyahu’s goal in addressing Congress. And so far, he’s been surprisingly successful.
If Iran wants to be treated like a normal country, let it act like a normal country.
By DAVID SINGER
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu represents all Israeli citizens abroad, and, in the end, his successes are our successes.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Netanyahu thought his exodus from the last, messy government would lead him to the promised land of easy-to-handle coalitions.
By LAHAV HARKOV
US President talks exclusively to Reuters at White House.
Naftali Bennett’s party edges past Likud but lead narrows from previous election.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
David Cameron tweets: “As one of Israel’s firmest friends, the UK looks forward to working with the new government.”
By JERRY LEWIS
Likud’s five-seat victory over Zionist Union douses national unity option; Bickering over portfolios begins; Rivlin to start meetings with parties Sunday.
By GIL HOFFMAN
MP's express concern over Netanyahu's rejection of a Palestinian state in remarks made before Tuesday's vote.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was one of several diplomats and officials from around the world sending Netanyahu their well wishes.
PM and wife head to Western Wall to say a prayer and thank his supporters.
Erekat says campaign was based on settlements, racism and apartheid.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
After surprising win, Netanyahu's first call should be to the White House
Party leaders deliver their final words as they cast their ballots in the race to the 20th Knesset.
Tel Aviv residents vote for the 20th Knesset, before heading to the beach to enjoy the national holiday.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
In an effort to garner more support before election, Netanyahu makes speech in Har Homa.
Before thousands of supporters, Likud, Bayit Yehudi, Yahad, Yisrael Beytenu pledge to keep Jerusalem undivided.
Opinions vary as the ancient city readies itself for upcoming elections.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Labor MK thinks his party can overcome ideological obstacles between Yesh Atid and ultra-Orthodox.
By NIV ELIS
Zionist Union official Facebook page: "The worse Bibi does in the polls, the more he lies."
By GIDEON GOREN
Kahlon rebuffs pre-election "spin"; Zionist Union does not match offer.
By CORAL BRAUN,NIV ELIS
Netanyahu pegs March 17 election as crucial' choice between two very different ways.
PM denies reports he’d agree to rotation with Zionist Union, Livni: A leader should not scare his people.
PM tells Likud activists in recording obtained by Army Radio that current election is "a very close battle."
A poll in Friday's Jerusalem Post found that if Sa'ar led Likud, the party would do better than under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israel’s counter-boycott policy needs overhaul, group says.
By SAM SOKOL
Report made public Sunday afternoon.
Livnat says Netanyahu has "emotional IQ problem," doesn't know how to appreciate, thank, those loyal to him.
The breakdown of Foreign Ministry issues has left employees questioning what still falls under the authority of the Foreign Ministry.
Netanyahu has no reason to detail any coalition guidelines, especially with a razor thin coalition resting on Bayit Yehudi.
PM spokesman pens rare letter to 'Economist,' challenging magazine's assertion that Netanyahu preparing to 'muzzle' the Supreme Court.
Drawn out negotiations have further strained already tense relations between the Likud leadership and their Bayit Yehudi counterparts.
Herzog continues to claim reports of a meeting with Netanyahu are untrue.
PM meets with survivor from Romania on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
A new poll conducted by Bloomberg news finds that a partisan shift may represent a watershed moment for American and Israeli relations.
PM's comments come as Iran nuclear talks intensify in Switzerland, with foreign ministers gathered to discuss the possibility of a political framework by March 31 deadline.
Shlomo Riskin of Efrat says Obama disrespectful to Netanyahu, Israel, 'future of world.'
By GREER FAY CASHMAN,JEREMY SHARON
Likud: Partners haven’t realized yet who won the election.
Outgoing Yesh Atid MK says haredi parties will work to repeal conscription law, measures to inegrate haredi into work force, asks Netanyahu to uphold accomplishments of last government.
By JEREMY SHARON
In Facebook comment that was later removed, Bennett said ahead of coalition negotiations that Beyit Yehudi could serve the people from the opposition.
Meni Naftali, former house manager of the prime minister’s residence, is seeking hundreds of thousands of shekels for alleged poor treatment and failure to pay him for overtime hours.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Netanyahu thanked Dan for his “excellent, professional and devoted work,' and said that in the face of great challenges he exhibited “great talent, responsibility, creativity and innovation.”
Some in Jerusalem viewed White House threats of 'reassessing' ties as a way of putting Israel on the defensive, US House Speaker Boehner to visit Israel.
Obama administration signals patience with Netanyahu running out.
Despite the campaign slogans, Israelis proved they want Netanyahu.
Former Sderot Mayor Eli Moyal says said tape not in his possession, burglars empty handed.
By BEN HARTMAN
New sanctions would have been like "throwing a grenade" into US-Iran diplomatic process, Mossad chief purportedly said.
"Shift in policy" from prevention to containment of a nuclear Iran, Netanyahu says; Obama talks of urgency to reach a deal this month.
By MICHAEL WILNER
PM says his speech to Congress "hit home" and that it succeeded in getting people to understand there “is a problem” with the emerging deal.
As he arrives back in Israel, the prime minister pushes back against those saying there was no tactical alternative in his speech to Congress.
New York Times calls Netanyahu's speech "political theater" while the Washington Post says he should be taken seriously by Obama.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,NOA AMOUYAL
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's full speech to Congress.
By BENJAMIN NETANYAHU
There are sharp party differences regarding Netanyahu, with the Republicans much more likely to view him positively (60%) than negatively (18%), while Democrats are evenly divided.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the pro-Israel lobby's annual policy conference on Monday.
Prime minister speaks at Ben Gurion Airport ahead of fateful speech that has sparked tension with White House.
By HERB KEINON,TOVAH LAZAROFF
Officials say US-Israel alliance will remain strong despite tensions surrounding Netanyahu speech.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
The Prime Minister has pulled off a dazzling electoral victory, but in doing so has created an international situation fraught with pitfalls for Israel
By LESLIE SUSSER
We have to wait and see how attached Netanyahu proves to be to his old/new clothes
By AMIEL UNGAR
Despite all the rancor, American-Israeli ties haven’t been permanently damaged by the uneasy relationship between Obama and Netanyahu.
By EYTAN GILBOA
It seems that for Benjamin Netanyahu any deal with Iran on the nuclear issue is a bad one
By YOSSI MELMAN
Netanyahu’s speech to Congress could turn out to be one mistake too many or a brilliant electoral ploy.
A highly influential minority is trying to break the spirit of the people in Israel.
By ISRAEL HAREL
The prime minister called on foreign leaders to reach an agreement which would actually prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.
This week's podcast looks at two modern-day threats: The Iranian nuclear threat and global anti-Semitism.
By FRONTLINES PODCAST
Reform rabbi Susan Silverman reflects upon the lessons learned from the Passover story, and how they can be applied to life today.
Deputy Managing Editor Tovah Lazaroff explains how Obama’s approach might affect Netanyahu’s attempt to build a coalition and Israel’s settlement policy.
Was the move a stroke of genius, or a strategic error made in desperation?
As the elections approach, 'The Jerusalem Post''s Gil Hoffman and Lahav Harkov discuss who is most likely to form the next coalition and which kind of government would be most likely to stick.
Brookings Institution Fellow Dr. Natan Sachs joins us from Washington DC to give his take on the speech, its political repercussions, and the limited options Israel has for dealing with Iran.
"As a result of Sunday’s vote the Likud Central Committee will have more power over the Likud’s Knesset faction than before."
By DANIEL TAUBER
In this shuk we want to buy peace, but the PLO has not got it to sell.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Netanyahu has cobbled together a coalition with only a single-seat majority - to survive, it must be broadened.
By ISI LEIBLER
Whether Israelis vote for Netanyahu or for Herzog, this election will be a referendum on how Israel sees itself.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
Churchill’s diagnosis of his defeat in Great Britain in 1945 applies to Israel in 2015.
By GIL TROY
Bias is unfair to the media consumer who by nature has limited sources of information.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
Non-Jews show interest in the Book of Esther.
By RAYMOND APPLE
The Book of Esther is a wonderful story of the triumph of good over evil, as exemplified by the beautiful Queen Esther and the wicked minister Haman, but it is no fairy tale.
By STEPHEN GABRIEL ROSENBERG
In his victory speech, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did not forget the person who gave him strength through difficult times: His wife Sara.