Category: Israel Inside
PM, Trump praise Tirana for expelling Iranian diplomats, reportedly over plan to attack Israeli national soccer team; Tehran fumes
Israel planned to use a laser technology to defend against long and short-range threats, but a development project was stopped in its tracks over a decade ago, and the Iron Dome was developed instead
Prof. Eyal Zisser is a lecturer in the Middle East History Department at Tel Aviv University.
In about-face, Jewish Home leader heaps criticism on Netanyahu’s defense policies but says he will nevertheless ‘stand by his side’
Liberman was savoring the anticipated revival of his fortunes; Bennett was sure he was onto a win-win. The prime minister had other ideas
Despite threats to quit if Prime Minister Netanyahu doesn’t give him the defense portfolio, the Bayit Yehudi leader decides to remain in the coalition; ‘There’s no apocalypse on the way. If the prime minister is serious in his words, I tell him: we remove all of our political demands and will aid you so Israel returns to winning,’ Bennett says.
Israeli-American economist thanks cabinet for ‘tremendous honor,’ hails predecessor Karnit Flug for ‘handing me a wonderfully managed institution’
PM says he’s making ‘every effort to prevent unnecessary elections,’ amid an ongoing ‘military campaign,’ implores coalition leaders to back him
Entering office on Tuesday, Aliza Bloch says the Jerusalem suburb can transform from a hotbed of religious friction into a shining example of coexistence
Likud sources say PM met with outgoing and incoming chiefs of staff and head of Shin Bet to discuss appointment