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  • Netanyahu tries to backtrack from controversial campaign remarks

    Netanyahu tries to backtrack from controversial campaign remarks
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu began Thursday to try to gloss over the harsh campaign rhetoric that helped him win reelection but marred his relations with President Obama, who made it clear he isn’t ready to move on. Backing off his...
  • Palestinians denounce Netanyahu, vow to keep up statehood push

    Palestinians denounce Netanyahu, vow to keep up statehood push
    Palestinians signaled on Wednesday that if a right-wing new government takes command in Israel, they will enlist the help of the international community in pursuing their statehood bid and pressing war-crimes action against Israel. With nearly all the...
  • U.S. support for Israel at the U.N. is in jeopardy, White House says

    U.S. support for Israel at the U.N. is in jeopardy, White House says
    The White House on Wednesday pointedly criticized Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's successful reelection campaign and suggested his newly declared opposition to a Palestinian state could jeopardize America’s unwavering support for...
  • Netanyahu won election, but now faces challenge of Israel's reality

    Netanyahu won election, but now faces challenge of Israel's reality
    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, having secured a come-from-behind election victory for his conservative party, now faces an array of problems at home and abroad, some of them exacerbated by the ugly tone of the final days of the campaign. Hours after...
  • Netanyahu's cynical campaign

    Netanyahu's cynical campaign
    It is beginning to seem likely that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be able to hold on to his office after Tuesday's bitterly contested national elections. Netanyahu's Likud bloc was solidly ahead of the coalition led by Isaac Herzog of the...
  • Israel Premier Benjamin Netanyahu may be on his way out

    In 1996, a canny and polished politician named Benjamin Netanyahu stormed onto the electoral scene and became Israel's youngest prime minister. An articulate and commanding presence, fluent in English, twice wounded in combat, he became a political...
  • Dreams of Mideast peace shouldn't cloud the harsh reality

    To the editor: Israeli novelist Amos Oz is a dreamer, which as a writer of fiction is his job. He's not a leader. Leaders have to tend with reality. ("For its survival, Israel must abandon the one-state option," op-ed, March 7) Oz ignores a few...
  • For its survival, Israel must abandon the one-state option

    For its survival, Israel must abandon the one-state option
    Let's start with a matter of life and death. If there are not two states, there will be one. If there is one, it will be Arab. If Arab it is, there is no telling the fate of our children and theirs. One Arab state from Jordan to the Mediterranean. Not a...
  • Palestinians have more to answer for at the ICC than Israel

    Palestinians have more to answer for at the ICC than Israel
    I must respond to your recent report that the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has launched a preliminary probe into alleged Israeli war crimes in the Palestinian territories ("International Criminal Court opens probe into possible war...
  • Palestinian arrested in stabbing attack on Tel Aviv bus; 13 hurt

    Palestinian arrested in stabbing attack on Tel Aviv bus; 13 hurt
    A Palestinian man went on a stabbing rampage on a crowded bus at rush hour in Tel Aviv on Wednesday, injuring at least 13 Israelis, some seriously, authorities said. Police identified the assailant, who was arrested, as 23-year-old Hamza Matrouk from...
  • The economic siege of Palestine

    The economic siege of Palestine
    Approximately three months ago, Israel’s government decided to start freezing the monthly transfer of tax refunds that are owed to Palestinians. The decision by Israel, presumably taken to coerce the Palestinian leadership from applying for...