Avigdor Liberman

Head of rightist Yisrael Beiteinu party. Former Foreign Minister, who resigned following corruption charges.

Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman
Netanyahu to opposition heads: Dangerous statements, anarchy

During his party’s faction meeting on Monday, Liberman said “we hear endless talk of closure, but what we need is order."

Liberman: The Right must rid itself of Netanyahu if it wants annexation

Netanyahu has often spoken of himself as the leader of the Right, but Liberman disputes that self-description.

Israeli army Technicians carry out a diagnostic test for coronavirus in a IDF lab in central Israel
Amid strike, lab workers accuse gov’t of ‘looting the public coffers’

"Admittedly, they are not as important as the Breslov hassidim but they are the ones who are at the forefront of the struggle against coronavirus," the Yisrael Beytenu wrote.

Poll finds public thinks Netanyahu won political fight

The poll asked 537 respondents representing a statistical sample of the Israeli adult population on Wednesday who the main victor was in the standoff.

Israel prevents election, delays budget deadline

Lapid: The people of Israel are the losers

Liberman slams decision to let foreign yeshiva students into Israel

"We have heard reports that the government will allow about 16,000 US students ... to come to Israel ahead of the holidays, without prior screening for the coronavirus."

Liberman: We will do everything in our power to bring down gov't

Yisrael Beytenu Party members echoed Liberman's statements.

Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman
Liberman: Netanyahu is crushing the defense systems

Liberman explained that Iran is in possession of enriched uranium standing at eight times the permitted amount according to the nuclear agreement.

An Israeli flag is seen on the first of Israel's El Al Airlines order of 16 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners
Grapevine April 26, 2020: To the skies

Movers and shakers in Israeli society

Liberman hosted son for Passover Seder despite nationwide lockdown

Liberman posted a now-ironic message of hope on Facebook the night of the Seder, saying that "we will soon be able to celebrate again with the extended family and friends. Happy Holidays!"

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