The deputy speaker of Israel's parliament writes about his forced removal from the vice president's speech.
They possibly related to the purchase of "milligrams" of drugs as well as "blunt" details about sexual acts.
Sadly for Yair, he was being recorded.
The announcement comes a week after the government pledged $72 million for a campaign aimed at dispelling the movement's claims.
The consensus is that if the Attorney General indicts Netanyahu, the Prime Minister will have to resign.
Despite widespread criticism from abroad, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed "there will be others" moving embassies to Jerusalem.
"When I saw her sitting in the Israeli military court I felt helpless and scared for her," writes Bassem Tamimi.
This nation broke with the EU's consensus to abstain on a vote to condemn Trump's decision.
Rockets were already fired at Israel from Gaza, but Hamas was seeking a popular uprising.
Netanyahu and his family are suspected of accepting expensive gifts in return for political favors for several wealthy donors, including the Hollywood producer and media magnate Arnon Milchan.
The planned demolition is part of Israel's larger plan to substantially expand its settlements throughout the West Bank.
The government praised Alireza Karimi-Mashiani for his "noble and heroic action."
Jews living in the U.S. live a "quite convenient life," claims deputy foreign minister Tzipi Hotovely.
In newly released recordings, the former Secretary of State continues to chastise Israel for its lack of leadership in ending the decades-long conflict.
Speaking at the London-based think tank Chatham House on Friday, Netanyahu stressed Iran's objective to "dominate the world."
Israel's president writes for Newsweek on the legacy of the Balfour Declaration.
A monitoring group has claimed that more civilians have been killed in airstrikes under Trump than under Obama.
Washington is seeking to relax restrictions on foreign sales of U.S. unmanned aircraft.
Spain beat the Israelis 1-0 at the Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem.
"The president isn't looking at one piece of this," Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.
The U.S. accepted more than double the number of resettled refugees that Canada did in 2016.