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Benjamin Netanyahu

ADL

When Abe Foxman retired from his post as national director of the Anti-Defamation League after 50 years there, including 28 at its head, there was...
missile war

Today, the United States and Israel will sign an agreement on a 10-year military aid package, $38 billion in all, from 2019 to 2028. The memorandum...
ethnic cleansing

As far as the Palestinians, the Israeli left, and the Obama administration are concerned, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has gone too far. In a...
Israel

In a world where entire countries are collapsing, it’s not surprising that the collapse of a decades-old diplomatic axiom has been largely ignored. This axiom...
assassination

Donald Trump’s incendiary remarks about the “second amendment people” doing something about Hillary Clinton has provoked justified outrage from critics. Not satisfied with roasting Trump...
Israeli elections

Should the United States be trying to influence the outcomes of democratic elections held in other countries? Historically, the answer to that question has been...
Israel

It’s pure chance that Amir Tibon’s lengthy essay on “Netanyahu vs. the Generals” appeared just 10 days after the Brexit vote, but both demonstrate the...
Settlements

On Monday, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon predictably assailed Israel’s announced decision to build 800 new apartments in Ma’aleh Adumim and eastern Jerusalem. He noted that...
Entebbe

Forty years ago today, Americans were in the midst of celebrating the bicentennial of the birth of their country when a contemporaneous event stirred the...
Benjamin Netanyahu

Most pundits and foreign policy establishment types have long put down Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a shallow politician without wisdom or vision. This enables...
Israel

The standard narrative about Israel these days goes like this: The current government is the most right-wing ever, the public is increasingly racist and anti-democratic,...
Moshe Yaalon

Throughout the seven-plus years since his return to the prime minister’s office, Benjamin Netanyahu’s Israeli and American critics have longed for a credible challenger who could beat...