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Netanyahu Assures the World: "We Will Not Expel Gaza Residents"

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu released a video last night, a day before the lawsuit against Israel in The Hague begins, in which he says: "We will not permanently occupy Gaza, and we will not uproot the population."

Chani Edri, JFeed Staff | 11.01.24

Netanyahu on Choosing Aharon Barak

Netanyahu Responds to the Criticism: This is Why I Chose Aharon Barak

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this evening addressed the allegations directed against him opposing the appointment of former Supreme Court President Aharon Barak as a judge on behalf of the State of Israel at the hearing in The Hague, saying: "He is a Holocaust survivor."

Chani Edri, JFeed Staff | 08.01.24

Netanyahu Comforted

For the First Time Since the Beginning of the War: Netanyahu Went to Comfort a Bereaved Family

The Netanyahu couple arrived today for the first time since the beginning of the fighting, to comfort mourners at the family home of the late Shaldag fighter Major Moshe Yedidya Leiter, who fell in Gaza. Netanyahu promised the late Moshe's father: "Hamas will be defeated."

JFeed | 16.11.23

"A Battle Between Humanity and Barbarians"

Netanyahu to Foreign Ambassadors: "A Battle Between Humanity and Barbarians"

Prime Minister Netanyahu met with all foreign ambassadors in Israel and explained to them why they should support Israel during its conflict with Hamas and what would happen if they do not support it.

Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 06.11.23

Normalization with Saudi Arabia

Report in the United States: Netanyahu is ready to allow the Saudi nuclear program

Several American reports claim that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has instructed his officials to work with the Americans on finding a formula that would enable a Saudi nuclear program as part of normalization

Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 21.09.23

Ronen Tzur: "We Must Stop"

Ronen Tzur's surprising call to join the government

The publicist and political activist Ronen Zur came out with a surprising statement, in which he called on the Twitter network to the members of the opposition to agree to enter the Netanyahu government as a result of the situation in the country

Bentzi Rubin, Srugim News | 27.07.23