All posts tagged Naftali Bennett

Bibi incurs wrath of Rivlin and Wonder Woman

Benjamin Netanyahu is under attack from both Israel’s President and Wonder Woman for insulting Arab citizens.

Israel in mourning for murdered teen

The circumstances of the assault that killed Israeli teenager Ori Ansbacher weren’t initially clear, but on Sunday authorities confirmed that it was terrorism.

Netanyahu avoids early elections

The Gaza violence pushed Israel into the throes of a political crisis, forcing the Prime Minister to pull a rabbit out of a hat in order to avoid early elections.

Israel shares Pittsburgh’s pain

Israel's Diaspora Minister flew to Pittsburgh hours after the deadly attack at the Tree of Life synagogue and told locals, "Our whole nation is feeling the pain you are feeling."

Locals feel war could be just weeks away

AS angry protests rage and fires burn in Gaza, residents of Southern Israel are bracing themselves for violence. 

Clashes escalate on the Gaza border

Scenes of violence returned to Israel's southern border in recent days amid mounting concerns of a threat from the north, writes Nathan Jeffay.

US moves to redefine Palestinian refugees

America is preparing to declare that most people deemed Palestinian refugees aren’t actually refugees, according to an Israel Television News report last Saturday.

Herzog takes helm of Jewish Agency

The Jewish Agency has selected Isaac Herzog, leader of Israel’s opposition, to take over as chairman from Natan Sharansky - a move Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was trying to block.

Probe Breaking the Silence

IN a move that is sure to spark outrage among wide sections of the Jewish community, the executive director of controversial Israeli group Breaking The Silence is visiting Australia next month, as a guest of the New Israel Fund.

Israel’s UN migrant deal scrapped

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday officially cancelled an agreement made with the United Nations just hours earlier that would have relocated thousands of African asylum seekers to Western countries.