Benjamin Netanyahu

Ahead of decisions in Netanyahu’s cases: Nitzan postponed convention

The convention of top State Attorney officials was postponed after Maariv broke the story about a request Nitzan made to judges and prosecutors asking them to defend the State Attorney.

By MATAN VASSERMAN/MAARIV
17/11/2019
Blue and White leader Benny Gantz
Blue and White may call Knesset vote on gov’t without a coalition

Party sources admit Gantz unlikely to form government before deadline.

MK Ahmad Tibi (Joint List) at the Knesset August 8, 2018.
Tibi: Netanyahu inciting to kill us; Odeh asks Knesset for bodyguard

Tibi called upon President Reuven Rivlin and Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit to take a stance against incitement.

17/11/2019
Netanyahu’s right-wing bloc vows yet again to stay together

Netanyahu called the meeting in light of what he said was an emergency – that Blue and White may form a minority coalition with the Joint List’s votes.

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and then-Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar in 2012
Gideon Sa'ar: Conspiracy plots, delusions emanating from Netanyahu's house

For a long time, Sa'ar has experienced tense relations with the prime minister and his family.

By ANNA BRESKY/MA'ARIV , JERUSALEM POST STAFF
17/11/2019
Reuven Rivlin, Benny Gantz and Benjamin Netanyahu meet on September 23, 2019.
Likud calls emergency meeting, political system gears up for dramatic week

Gantz's mandate expires at midnight on Wednesday. Netanyahu warns that the Blue and White leader is looking to form minority government with Arab support.

By ARIK BENDER/MAARIV , ANA BERSKY/MAARIV
17/11/2019
Poll shows public support for unity government

As many as 40% of Israelis are in support of a unity government between Blue and White, Likud and Yisrael Beytenu.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
15/11/2019
ormer Deputy Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. (res.) Yair Golan
Yair Golan was once Netanyahu’s pick to head IDF, now he's a ‘coward’

When he gets down to specifics, Golan’s proposals illustrate how far Israel has moved since the last time the left governed the country, in 2001.

By BEN SALES/JTA
15/11/2019
Why does Netanyahu embrace oppressive Philippines president Duterte?

Even among strongmen, Duterte is uniquely repugnant. He has launched a brutal crackdown on political opponents and drug users, and has publicly pledged to kill millions in his country.

By ZACHARY SHAPIRO/JTA
14/11/2019
Was this week’s Gaza conflict a political success for Netanyahu?

Even the greatest admirers of Netanyahu could not help but think that the timing of the operation was brilliantly convenient for the prime minister.

15/11/2019
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