Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denied corruption charges against him in a brief court appearance yesterday, as his graft trial intensifies weeks before a fourth national election inside two years.
Israeli airstrikes targeted Syria late Tuesday without causing any casualties, Syrian state media reported.
Foreign Affairs Ministry is helping to repatriate 128 students.
An Arab club has for the first time signed an Israeli footballer, Diaa Sabia, less than two weeks after the UAE normalised ties with the Jewish state.
Pakistan joined Turkey and Malaysia, earlier this year, to hold a “separate” Islamic summit to signal to the Semites of the Middle East that it can go its own way.
This historic agreement also brings opportunities for India, which enjoys strong bilateral relations with these developed and thriving economies.
Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Israel late Saturday, demanding the departure of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has been indicted for corruption.
Pakistan is greatly perturbed by the introverted policies followed by Saudi Arabia and its neighbours with regard to India and simply can’t comprehend the inaction of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) over Kashmir.
Thousands protested against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu across Israel on Saturday night, demanding he resign over alleged corruption and a resurgence of coronavirus cases.
Thousands of Israelis protested Tuesday in front of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s residence in Jerusalem, demanding his resignation as the government comes under fire over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Palestinians are prepared to renew long-stalled peace talks with Israel and to agree to “minor” territorial concessions, according to a counter-proposal to a contentious US plan.
The United Nations and European and Arab powers on Wednesday warned Israel that its plans to annex Palestinian land would deal a major blow to peace but the United States offered its green light.
Israel’s Supreme Court approves a coalition deal between Netanyahu and Benny Gantz.
Israel’s Supreme Court on Monday tackled the vexed question of whether a political deal to form a coalition government after three inconclusive elections in less than a year is actually legal.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reached a historic deal Monday with one-time rival parliament speaker Benny Gantz to form a unity government, ending the country’s worst-ever political crisis.
Israel’s president on Thursday tasked parliament with forming a government after its centrist speaker Benny Gantz failed to reach a unity deal with right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israeli right-wing parties backing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu boycotted the re-opening of parliament Monday to protest what they called the “dictatorial” conduct of their centrist rivals.
Israel’s president on Sunday tapped ex-military chief Benny Gantz to form a government, calling for an end to a year of political stalemate to help tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed victory on Tuesday in Israel’s general election, with exit polls putting the indicted premier in a strong position to form the next government.
President Donald Trump released his long delayed Israeli-Palestinian peace plan Tuesday, promising “a new dawn,” but angry Palestinians called it biased and deserving to go in the “dustbin of history.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday asked parliament for immunity, weeks after the embattled premier was indicted on a range of corruption charges.
Sirens warning of rocket fire from Gaza cut short a rally by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Wednesday evening as he campaigned for his party’s primaries the following day, public television reported.
An indictment charging Netanyahu with corruption is officially submitted.
Israel edged ever closer to a third general election in a year Wednesday, as Benny Gantz announced his Blue and White coalition – the winner of the most seats in September’s national poll – was unable to form a government.
US no longer believes that Israeli settlements in the Palestinian territories are illegal.
The conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians has been recently overshadowed by new conflicts and wars in the Middle East. But during the past week, two events have reminded us that this decades long conflict is still smoldering on.
A four-day hearing into allegations of corruption against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu came to an end on Monday, one of his lawyers said.
Israel’s Arab-dominated Joint List party moved to back Benny Gantz.
Israel begins voting in its second election in five months.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced his intention on Tuesday to annex the Jordan Valley, a large swathe of the occupied West Bank, if he wins a closely contested election just a week away.