Netanyahu: If I’m re-elected, I’ll extend sovereignty to West Bank settlements

By TOI Staff— Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed on Saturday to extend Israeli sovereignty to the settlements of the West Bank if he is re-elected in Tuesday’s elections. Flatly ruling out Palestinian statehood, which he said would “endanger our existence,” Netanyahu promised to permanently maintain overall Israeli security control in the West Bank and to…

Netanyahu to be indicted for bribery by Israel’s attorney general

By David Isaac, World Israel News Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced on Thursday that he will file charges in all three criminal investigations against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The decision was expected throughout the day, and tension was high in political circles ahead of the long-awaited announcement. The charges came despite a last-minute Likud…

Netanyahu commends Trump for commitment to Israel in Russian talks

By World Israel News Staff— Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commended the “abiding commitment” of the US and President Donald Trump to the security of Israel, as expressed at a meeting on Monday between the American head-of-state and Russian President Vladimir Putin. “The friendship between Israel and the US has never been stronger,” Netanyahu declared…

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Netanyahu Says Israel ‘Steadfast’ in Countering Iranian Threats

By: JNS and United with Israel Staff On Yom HaShoah, Israel’s national Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the Jewish state remains “steadfast” in preventing Iranian aggression amid ongoing threats. “We are preventing Iranian activity in Syria. These are not just words,” Netanyahu said in his speech at the Yad…