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"There's a huge gap between his words and the deeds of the Revolutionary Guards who are advancing an army against Israel with the stated goal of destroying the State of Israel."
Men and women from every walk of life – young and old, Jew, Christian, Muslim, religious and secular, men and women that have worked hard to build our nation.
The U.S. Embassy is set to officially open in the Israeli capital on May 14, the secular date that Israel officially declared its independence in 1948.
"Seventy years is the blink of an eye in historical terms. I have no doubt that 70 years from now, Israel will be even stronger, even more prosperous than it is today."
"No continent, no country is safe from terrorism. We must stand against them together, to build a solid wall of the civilized world against the flood of radicalism."
At issue are three coalition proposals to curb the ability of the High Court of Justice to overturn laws.
"I spoke with British Prime Minister Theresa May last night and I told her that the important international message of the attack is zero tolerance for the use of non-conventional weapons," Netanyahu told his ministers.
"The United States, France and the United Kingdom demonstrated that their commitment is not limited to proclamations of principle."
According to the British system, in the event that the Supreme Court identifies a conflict between a law passed by Parliament and the UK precedent laws, it draws the attention of Parliament to the contradiction and asks it to remedy.
Iran warned Israel Wednesday that it would exact retribution for a missile strike on a Syrian air base earlier in the week in which at least seven Iranian military officials were killed.
“Netanyahu will light a torch and will say a few words, but he will not deliver a speech,” Edelstein’s office said.
Netanyahu: The "sole purpose [of the Hamas-driven riots at the Gaza border] is to provide cover for terrorists to carry out terror attacks against Israel."
Because of "tremendous pressure on Rwanda by the New Israel Fund and elements in the European Union, Rwanda has withdrawn from the agreement."
"The interest of global companies is very great. I have already met with many of them. They all want to come here, and rightly so. They see this as a new direction."
"You could spread solar systems here [in the Negev] that would give you more energy than you need or could need. Clean energy," Elon Musk told Netanyahu.
No early elections. Gil Hoffman reveals what happened behind the scenes and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's side behind the story today on Inside Israel Today.
Pres. Rivlin: “We will not rest until we bring all those who cooperate with terror to justice, we will not allow terror to become an accepted norm.”
“It’s unbelievable. Like this, one could incriminate every minister and public figure.”
The agreement worked out between the parties states plainly that a stable government is in Israel’s best interest.
The last time a strong, rightwing government broke up over nonsense, in 1992, it resulted in a Labor victory and the Rabin-sponsored Oslo accords.
"We will not support any law unless it passes through the defense establishment. We will not support an 'Israbluff' vote and similar combos. We will vote against. We have no intention of voting for it."
How is it that a meeting between the US President and Israeli PM get overshadowed by other news? Gil Hoffman takes you behind the scenes in the criminal investigations of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Inside Israel Today.
“Iran is trying to build an empire – an aggressive empire.”
If the Gerrer Rebbe sticks to his guns about running the full vote on the bill to end before ever tending to the budget bill, it would effectively spell the end of Netanyahu's coalition government.
"I think that they're going to have to end up making some decisions and I'm concerned that they won't make the right ones."