March 23 (UPI) -- A onetime close aide to former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu took the stand for the first time in Netanyahu's ongoing corruption trial on Wednesday. The previous aide, former Communications Ministry director-general Shlomo Filber, told the Jerusalem court that Netanyahu had instructed him to "mitigate" the...
The former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is reportedly close to reaching a plea bargain in his corruption trial, a development that could mean an unexpectedly swift end to his turbulent political career and once again upend Israeli politics. Israeli media were dominated on Sunday by the news that Netanyahu,...
Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is close to finalising negotiations over a plea deal in his corruption trial, local media has reported, in a move that could oust the long-time leader from politics but may keep him out of jail. People familiar with the matter suggest that 'Bibi' could...
Trump's Middle East envoy warned former Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu 'the president doesn't really like you these days,' book says
"You will take your best friend and turn him into an enemy," Avi Berkowitz told Netanyahu in 2020, journalist Barak Ravid writes in his book.
Yesterday was a historic day in the Middle East. Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met the de facto leader of the United Arab Emirates, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed, during the first ever official visit to the UAE from Israel. This took place 15 months after the Abraham Accords normalized diplomatic relations between Israel, the UAE and three other Arab countries. The latest season of the Axios "How it Happened" podcast has new reporting on the backstory from Barak Ravid.
Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu treated Trump 'like a flowerpot' at the January 2020 rollout of a Middle East peace plan, a former official says in a new book
Trump was angered by Netanyahu's embrace of aggressive annexation of the West Bank, the journalist Barak Ravid writes in a new book.
Donald Trump Says Israeli Leader Benjamin Netanyahu Was Disloyal in Recognizing Joe Biden's Win: 'F--- Him'
Donald Trump is furious with Benjamin Netanyahu over a message the former Israeli prime minister sent to Joe Biden after his 2020 presidential election victory. "I liked Bibi. I still like Bibi. But I also like loyalty," Trump said of Netanyahu, using his nickname, in an interview with journalist Barak Ravid for Axios. "The first person to congratulate Biden was Bibi. And not only did he congratulate him, he did it on tape."
Trump accused Benjamin Netanyahu of disloyalty after the former Israeli leader congratulated President Biden after last year's election.
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Donald Trump has launched a foul-mouthed tirade against one of his closest allies, former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, accusing him of disloyalty after the US election. In an interview with Barak Ravid, a high-profile Israeli journalist, the former president fumed that Mr Netanyahu congratulated Joe Biden for winning the...
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'Fuck him:' Trump turned on his former ally Benjamin Netanyahu for acknowledging Joe Biden's election win, book says
"Bibi could have stayed quiet. He has made a terrible mistake," Trump said of the former Israeli leader, who was previously a close ally.
Donald Trump launched a verbal attack on Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying "f*** him" when asked about Mr Netanyahu congratulating President Biden on his election win. "He has made a terrible mistake,” Mr Trump added.In an interview with Israeli journalist Barak Ravid, about his book Trump's Peace: The Abraham Accords and the Reshaping of the Middle East, Mr Trump was candid about the state of his relationship with the Israeli leader."Nobody did more for Bibi. And I liked Bibi. I still like Bibi," Mr Trump said about Mr Netanyahu. "But I also like loyalty," said the former US...
Here’s a look at the life of former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Marriages: Sara Ben-Artzi (1991-present); Fleur Cates (1981-1988, divorced); Miriam Haran (divorced) Children: with Sara Ben-Artzi: Avner and Yair; with Miriam Haran: Noa. Education: Attended Harvard University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, B.S., 1974, and M.S., 1976. Military service:...
Israel’s embattled former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was asked on Monday by the government that ousted him to return gifts he received from foreign leaders during his last decade-long tenure. Unidentified sources told the Associated Press that the Prime Minister’s Office has requested that Netanyahu return any gifts he received...