WATCH: Netanyahu – Four Million Lives Would’ve Been Saved If Allies Had Bombed Death Camps Immediately
TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday slammed western powers during his speech on Holocaust Remembrance Day, saying that Allied powers knew of the atrocities happening to Jews in death camps and had they have acted on that knowledge t…
TEL AVIV – Iran is closing a deal with Syrian President Bashar Assad to build a military base at the port of Latakia in Syria, an Israeli diplomatic official told the Hebrew news site Walla on Friday.
TEL AVIV – Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman met with his U.S. counterpart James Mattis for the first time on Friday at the Munich Security Conference in Germany to discuss issues related to Middle East security.
U.S.-Israel relations were restored to their customary warmth, while Trump and Netanyahu also indicated five new directions for future policy.
TEL AVIV – In a dramatic development following the Paris peace summit on Sunday, the United Kingdom refused to sign a joint declaration calling for a two-state solution, saying the document may „harden“ the Palestinian stance for negotiations.
TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday reiterated the claim that Israel has “unequivocal” evidence of the Obama administration’s involvement in orchestrating the anti-settlement resolution passed by the UN Security Council last month.