Binyamin Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister faces protests ahead of Toronto speech

Binyamin NetanyahuAccording to the reports, opponents and supporters of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu staged events ahead of a Toronto speech where he pledged not to repeat "mistakes."

The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reported on Sunday that Orthodox Jews rejecting the establishment of the state of Israel until the Messiah comes gathered at the Princes' Gates at Exhibition Place, while the United Jewish Appeal Federation of Greater Toronto organized its annual Walk With Israel downtown in support of the prime minister.

Israeli Prime Minister announces plan to bring Israelis living abroad back

Binyamin NetanyahuAccording to official reports, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has announced an incentive-based plan to bring Israelis living abroad back to Israel.

The Jerusalem Post reported on Sunday that during Sunday's cabinet meeting, the prime minister outlined a plan to bring back 750,000 Israelis living abroad, 15,000 a year, through education benefits, tax breaks, medical assistance and national insurance benefits.

Israeli Prime Minister will not attend the nuclear security summit in the United States

Israeli Prime Minister will not attend the nuclear security summit in the United StatesGovernment officials said on Thursday that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has decided not to attend the nuclear security summit in the United States.

The Israeli newspaper Haaretz has reported that instead, Intelligence and Atomic Energy Minister Dan Meridor will represent Israel at the talks.

U. S. President Barack Obama has invited more than 40 nations to Washington to discuss the potential spread of nuclear weapons to terrorists.

Iran will be the main focus in meeting of Netanyahu and Biden

Iran will be the main focus in meeting of Netanyahu and BidenIsraeli officials have said that Iran will be the key topic when U. S. Vice President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu meet in Jerusalem.

The Jerusalem Post reported on Monday that Biden is expected to add his voice to those of a number of U. S. officials who have visited the Middle East to coordinate positions on Iran's nuclear program.

Netanyahu prefers final accord with Palestine

Netanyahu prefers final accord with PalestineJerusalem, Nov. 20 : Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will seek a final-peace accord with the Palestine Authority if talks resume, and not an interim solution.

In recent days, there have been various reports of cabinet ministers, and even President Shimon Peres, pressing for an interim accord that would include a Palestinian state with temporary borders.

Israel hands over list of Russian scientist helping Iran nuke operation to Moscow

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin NetanyahuLondon, Oct. 4 : Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has handed over a list and evidence to Moscow, showing that some Russian scientists have been helping Iran to develop a nuclear bomb.

Netanyahu’s revelation came during his secret Moscow visit where he held urgent talks with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and President Dmitry Medvedev.

“We have heard that Netanyahu came with a list and concrete evidence showing that Russians are helping the Iranians to develop a bomb,” Times Online quoted a Russian defence ministry source, as saying.

Israel accuses HRW of hitting a new low by hiring expert who collects Nazi memorabilia

HRWJerusalem, Sep. 10 : Human Rights Watch''s employment of a man who trades and collects Nazi memorabilia as its "senior military expert" is a "new low" for the organization that frequently criticizes Israel, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu''s policy director Ron Dermer said Wednesday.

"I thought that nothing could top a human rights organization trying to raise money in Saudi Arabia, but I was apparently wrong," said Dermer.

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