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How much trouble is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu facing in his multiple criminal investigations? Gil Hoffman speaks with attorneys Michael Partem and Yossi Fuchs, listen to the the lawyers and decide who gets it right.
The Israeli Air Force on Saturday launched an attack on the Syrian Air Force's Tiyas Military Airbase, a.k.a. T-4 Airbase, west of the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmor), destroying the main observation tower, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Israeli economic adviser Avi Simhon said the prime minister would “ease regulatory burdens wherever possible to make the market more accessible."
"The proposed decision prepared by the defense minister to regulate Havat Gilad farm is ready, and the Attorney General has already approved it. All that was left was to bring it to a vote in the cabinet."
The deal that allows Israel to return to its embassy in Amman is very similar to that with Ankara after the Mavi Marmara conflict.
Netanyahu denies he intended to cut a deal with Mozes, and claims that he was actually trying to incriminate him.
Ha'aretz devoted five different stories to the Netanyahu Jr. fiasco, plus the complete transcript of his late night fling. The bastion of Israel's left was so heavy with dripping disgust, it should probably have been delivered to subscribers in plastic bags.
Effectively killing UNRWA and replacing it with an organization which has mobility rather than stagnation as its goal could result in an end to a 7-decade tragedy.
It's not known how the Palestinian Authority responded to the Japanese peace summit proposal.
"On Hanukkah, you spoke like a Maccabi. You lit a candle of truth. You dispel the darkness. One defeated the many. Truth defeated lies. Thank you, President Trump."
Matania has been with the Bureau since it was formed under the Prime Minister's Office in 2011.
Gil talks to Likud Knesset member Rabbi Yehudah Glick about how long Netanyahu's government can last and how he used the turmoil in the...
Netanyahu called terrorism a "savage disease" that "rampages so many countries, Boko-Haram, A-Shabab, the awful jihadists in the Sinai... a threat to all of us."
There is no reason the homes should be torn down! Sunday night, at a rally to show support, Naftali Bennett spoke calling on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to do what he can to save those houses. Hear more on today's Israel Uncensored with Joshua Hasten
Israel's prime minister expressed readiness to discuss Assad's demands but underscored the condition that Iran and Hezbollah, must be removed from Syria.
'We are obligated to finance a wide range of recreational activities and to provide an allowance to those staying there. Is this where the taxpayer's hard-earned money should be spent?'
France wants to keep Israel up-to-speed with developments in Lebanon.
Israeli officials are saying that Trump and his administration have not yet decided who is the obstacle to the negotiations – Israel or the PA.
Knesset Speaker to Swedish Counterpart: Cooperation Marred by Anti-Israel Elements in your Government
Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström, also a Social Democrat, is probably the most outrageous members of government when it comes to hostility to the Jewish State.
For people who become mortally hurt when this or that Orthodox politician tells them they're not really Jewish, heaping on their heads advice as to how they should improve – US Jews are surprisingly unrestrained when it comes to meddling in the coalition politics of a foreign country.
Netanyahu instructed that the Bedouin residents be moved to permanent housing in Jericho or Abu Dis.
"I have clarified to our friends in Washington and our friends in Moscow that we will operate in Syria, including southern Syria, in accordance with our understanding and in accordance with our security needs."
"We are Jews, living in a Jewish state," Gabai said, adding, "I think one of the Labor Party's problems is that it has distanced itself from that."