Tag Archives: Binyamin Netanyahu

Israel should go “all the way” in Gaza

The editor-in-chief of the Times of Israel, David Horovitz, speculates in his blog post on why Israel’s Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, is hesitant to go “all the way” in Gaza. He offers a few potential explanations, among them that maybe … Continue reading

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Israel votes for strong economy; security-wise for the best there are

According to the latest polls, Israel will tomorrow overwhelmingly vote for the right-wing bloc. Likud-Beitenu (consisting of Likud and Yisrael Beitenu parties) and other centre-right parties are expected to win the election with 64-70 seats in Knesset, which gives them … Continue reading

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When will an Israeli leader find some balls?

Some might think that the ceasefire between Israel and the Hamas terrorists is a good thing. I mean, the fighting will stop and everyone can carry on as normal—what’s there not to like, right? Wrong. The only party the ceasefire … Continue reading

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Barak’s departure from Avoda makes Israeli politics clearer

Israel’s Defence Minister and a long-time leader of the Avoda (Labour) party, Ehud Barak announced today that he will leave his party, saying that he was tired of the infighting within the party. In many ways he did what his … Continue reading

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