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Netanyahu: ‘Fake News’ Media On Witch-Hunt To Bring Me Down

TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday slammed the left and the media – which he said was “the same thing” – of embarking on an “obsessive hunting” expedition and using corruption charges against him and his family to bring about “a coup against the government.”

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Avigdor Lieberman Sworn In As Israel’s Defense Minister

Ynetnews reports: The swearing in comes as a part of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s broadening of the coalition government. Government ministers approved Avigdor Lieberman’s nomination as defense minister in a meeting earlier Monday morning. In addition, the government will be welcoming

Netanyahu ‘Close to Agreeing’ Israel Unity Government

JERUSALEM (AFP) – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is close to agreeing a unity government with the main opposition leader, Israeli media said Wednesday, in a move that could help revive peace talks with the Palestinians.

NYT: New Plan to Separate Jerusalem Arabs and Jews Divides Left and Right

TEL AVIV – A new plan to separate Jerusalem’s Jewish and Arab neighborhoods has been rejected by both sides of the Israeli political spectrum as well as the Palestinians, according to an article in The New York Times. The plan, which was promoted by a group of liberal Israelis and supported in principle by the leftwing Labor party, would divide eastern Jerusalem’s Palestinian neighborhoods from the rest of the city and transfer responsibility for about two-thirds of the capital’s Arabs to the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank.

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Israel’s Parliament Enacts New Police Stop And Frisk Laws

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s parliament passed a law on Tuesday expanding police powers, allowing them to stop and frisk suspects without probable cause, the latest attempt to crack down on near-daily Palestinian attacks on Israelis. Critics say the law will

End of Probe Smooths Way for Potential Netanyahu Rival

JERUSALEM (AFP) –  Israeli authorities have dropped a probe into ex-military chief Gabi Ashkenazi over an alleged smear campaign, opening a path into politics for the potential challenger to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, reports said Thursday. Ashkenazi is a popular former

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