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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."
Last year, the Federal Court of Appeals in Manhattan rejected Pollard's request to ease the terms of his release.
"…after I was shot, on the day I was shot we get a call from Prime Minister Netanyahu."
"If I had to say what is our greatest challenge in the Middle East to both our countries, to our Arab neighbors, it’s encapsulated in one word: Iran."
"That would be a great thing for the world, it would be a great thing for this country, and for everybody, so we’re working very hard on it – and we have a shot at doing it."
“Thank you for everything you’re doing, for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital,” Netanyahu told Guatemala's President Morales.
"I will thank him on behalf of the Israeli people for moving the American embassy to Jerusalem, in honor of the State of Israel's 70th Independence Day."
Last September, Netanyahu asked Deputy Attorney General Raz Nazri to provide recommendations to issue a sweeping permit to professional soccer on Shabbat.
During and after the war, the Holy Cross Mountains Brigade was accused of enjoying the support of the German occupation, and the Home Army, the national underground, described its members as being treasonous and openly fascist.
Speaking to Channel 2 News, Netanyahu was mercilessly frank in his view regarding the proper behavior of a prime minister under police investigation. It was back in 2008, and the PM was Ehud Olmert.
But Netanyahu “did not present the United States with specific annexation proposals, and in any case the United States did not give its consent to the proposals.”
"Iran's calculated escalation of threat and its ambition to project its power and dominance, places all the people of the region -- from Yemen to Lebanon -- at risk."
Police are moving fast to announce their recommendations on indictments against Netanyahu, before the High Court of Justice moves to bar them from doing so.
"We want peace but we are prepared for any scenario and I suggest that no one test us."
"Israel works closely with our partners around the world to defend and reveal the truth about the Holocaust. We expect to do that with every country, including Poland."