Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's 9th prime minister, has been in office from 2009 and is currently serving his 4th term in the position which he also held from 1996-1999. Netanyahu previously served as Israel's embassador to the UN, Minister of Finance, Foreign Minister, Leader of the Opposition and is current the Chairman of the ruling Likud party.

Former Netanyahu confidant: Israel's PM has changed, it's time for elections

In this interview with Netanyahu's former media adviser, Shai Bazak discusses his opinions on the prime minister's policies, the Israel-American partnership, and antisemitism abroad.


Ari Harow, top Netanyahu aide, convicted in plea deal

Harow stressed that his time serving under Netanyahu was perceived by him as an act of Zionism. 

Netanyahu: I plan to get rid of Hamas, but not my job

In spite of his plummeted popularity, Netanyahu is dedicated to remaining in office and remains steadfast in his commitment to the nation's security.

Gaza war on hold for another 24 hours, 8 captives to be freed tonight

The IDF said it believes some 159 hostages are still in Gaza.

Chances of coup in Likud slim at the moment, but Netanyahu knows the alternative is worse - poll

70% of Likud members support the current prime minister. However, if Netanyahu tries to rush the elections - he may lose the leadership of the party.

Netanyahu: 'Hamas lost control of northern Gaza, PA can't run the Strip'

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ruled out the possibility of the Palestinian Authority controlling Gaza. * Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich called to freeze the PA's funds.


PM’s son Yair Netanyahu, advisors planned smear campaigns on WhatsApp - report

Controversial journalist Nir Hefetz referred to a WhatsApp group including Jonatan Urich and Yair Netanyahu during an interview on Channel 12.

Netanyahu to hostages' families: Efforts underway to bring them home

The families of Israeli hostages held in Gaza stressed that Israeli operations do everything to avoid endangering the abductees.


Erdogan says Netanyahu may visit Turkey in Oct. or Nov.

Netanyahu had planned to visit Turkey in the summer but canceled for health reasons.


Prime Minister Netanyahu meets with German Chancellor Scholz

The meeting comes as Israel moves to finalize its sale to Germany of its advanced Arrow 3 missile defense system.

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