Benjamin Netanyahu

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July 14, 2011

This newspaper, along with almost the entirety of Anglo-Jewry, does everything within its power to oppose the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement.

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Southern Sudan given warm welcome by Israel

By Jennifer Lipman, July 11, 2011

Binyamin Netanyahu has offered good wishes to the world's newest country following its independence on July 9 at midnight.

The Republic of South Sudan was created in 2005 in a peace agreement ending decades of civil war. The Israeli Prime Minister said Israel recognised the new state and added: "We wish it much success."

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Calls for Hamas to free Shalit after five years

By Jennifer Lipman, June 24, 2011

Human rights groups and Jewish organisations have reiterated calls for Hamas to release an Israeli soldier kidnapped five years ago.

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Netanyahu: party over for jailed terrorists until Gilad Shalit freed

By Jennifer Lipman, June 24, 2011

Binyamin Netanyahu has warned that Israel will make conditions for jailed terrorists less relaxed in the face of Hamas' rejection of an appeal to prove Gilad Shalit is still alive.

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Netanyahu is becoming a latter-day Ceaucescu

By Adam Lebor, June 23, 2011

There is a tide in the affairs of men, which taken at the flood, leads to fortune", said Brutus to Julius Caesar. That tide is now smashing its way through the decrepit monarchies and ossified dictatorships of the Middle East. Tunisia's President ben-Ali has fled to Saudi Arabia. Hosni Mubarak, former strong-man of Egypt, is to go on trial in August, together with his two sons.

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Peres: peace process 'about to crash into the wall'

By Jennifer Lipman, June 17, 2011

Israel's president has warned of the dangers of "foot-dragging" when it comes to peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.

Shimon Peres said he was concerned by the stalemate situation and feared that Israel would become a binational state.

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Why ex-Mossad head hit out at Netanyahu

By Anshel Pfeffer, June 10, 2011

Meir Dagan could never be described as a lily-liveredliberal.

In eight years at the head of Mossad, he embarked on a series of clandestine operations that, according to senior Israeli officials, "stopped at nothing to disrupt the axis between Iran, Syria, Hamas and Hizbollah".

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Bibi, you could set my grandson free

By Jessica Elgot, June 10, 2011

The grandfather of kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit has sharply criticised Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's effort to free his grandson, calling him the one obstacle to Sgt Shalit's freedom.

During a brief visit to London, Zvi Shalit, 85, admitted it was difficult to keep hope alive when nothing had been heard of Sgt Shalit since a short videotape was released by Hamas in 2009.

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Security up as Israelis celebrate Jerusalem Day

By Jennifer Lipman, June 1, 2011

Israeli security forces are on high alert today as the anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem is marked.

Some 3,000 police officers will be patrolling the city as Israelis hold events celebrating Jerusalem Day and marking 44 years since the Six Day War.

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Grand words, but peace no closer

By Anshel Pfeffer, May 26, 2011

Israel's prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu gave the most concessionary speech ever heard from a leader of Likud to the joint houses of the United States Congress on Tuesday in Washington.

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