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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Perhaps we're not as free as we think
Topic - Benjamin Netanyahu
The Wikipedia page for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was revised on Tuesday with all biographical information removed and replaced with a large, single Palestinian flag.
A new term for the diplomatic lexicon: "Sustainable quiet". Simply put, it's a strategic goal for the Middle East suggested by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to several news organizations, and the Israeli people themselves.
Americans might do well to review the pivotal points of the Cold War when the old Soviet Union was in full aggressive posture, billed as a "bear" on the public stage. Russia appears to be looking for a repeat performance while new polling reveals a confident population, suggesting that persistent rumors of "Cold War Nostalgia" in the nation could be genuine. Some current numbers: President Vladimir Putin now has an 83 percent approval rating among Russians — his best numbers in years, this according to a Gallup poll of face-to-face interviews with 2,000 Russians released Friday.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told his Israeli ground troops on Friday to get ready for more missions into Gaza -- that a "significant expansion" of force is on the way.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sounded a loud alarm on the dashing of a partial peace solution with Hamas after the militant group shot off rockets, in violation of a cease-fire: "Our answer is fire," he said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has fired his deputy defense minister for publicly criticizing as too soft the government's decisions in its ongoing battle with Islamist militants in the Gaza Strip.
President Obama's delusional Mideast peace plan can be summed up in one sentence.
Following his reflections on the Sunday’s Gospel parable of the sower and the seed, Pope Francis called for peace in the Holy Land, asking participants to join him in a moment of silent prayer.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the idea of a cease-fire between Israeli military forces and Hamas is "not on the agenda," despite a mediation offer from President Obama.
Tensions and violence between Israel and Hamas escalated Tuesday, as the Jewish nation kicked into high gear on rocket launches at the same time telling more ground troops: You're up.
In wake of escalating tensions between Israel and Palestine following the murder of three Israeli teens, Bishop William Shomali has encouraged leaders to work for reconciliation rather than retaliation.
With the Israeli Air Force pounding dozens of targets inside Gaza Tuesday in retaliation for the death of three Israeli teens believed to have been murdered at the hands of Palestinian militants, the stars appear to be aligned for an especially fierce spasm of new violence between the two sides.
Palestinian official Mustafa Barghouti accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of being responsible for the murder of the three Israeli teens whose bodies were found in the West Bank on Monday.
A little over two weeks ago, three Israeli teenagers set off for home from the Jewish seminaries, where they were studying near the West Bank city of Hebron. Hitchhiking is not unusual for Israeli teenagers studying in the West Bank, despite its dangers. And the three — Eyal Yifrah, 19; Gilad Shaar, 16; and Naftali Fraenkel, a 16-year-old with dual Israeli-American citizenship — began the trek home.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu bashed the Presbyterian Church on Sunday for the denomination's recent decision to disassociate with companies supplying equipment to Israeli armed forces.
Netanyahu urged the international community to hold Hamas accountable for the latest round of violence in the Israel-Hamas war, saying its refusal to agree to a cease-fire had prevented an earlier end to the fighting.
"What we're seeing here with Hamas is another instance of Islamist extremism, violent extremism," Netanyahu said at a joint press conference in Tel Aviv. "What grievance can we solve with Hamas? Their grievance is that we exist. They don't want a two-state solution, they don't want any state solution."