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Israel won’t allow uprooting of settlements under any deal with Palestine: Netanyahu
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the regime will not evacuate the settlements it has built in defiance of international law on the occupied Palestinian territories under any conflict resolution deal with Palestine.
Police question Netanyahu again over telecom corruption case
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been questioned again by police as part of their investigations into a string of corruption allegations, media reports say.
Netanyahu lobbies world powers to support Iraqi Kurds’ secession bid
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is lobbying world powers to support the independence of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region from the rest of the Iraqi territory, as Kurdish Peshmerga forces are losing ground to Iraqi army forces in the country’s oil-rich northern province of Kirkuk.
Activists protest Israeli premier’s planned visit to France
French activists have launched a protest rally against the planned visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Paris, slamming Bibi’s human rights violations across the occupied Palestinian territories.
Netanyahu urges Palestinian Authority to end payments to families of Palestinian martyrs
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has urged the Palestinian Authority to halt payments to the families of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces.
We won’t stop construction in Jerusalem al-Quds settlements, Netanyahu says
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to press ahead with building new settler units, stressing that the Tel Aviv regime has no plan to limit settlement construction in occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Netanyahu vows to build new settlement in the West Bank
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he will fulfill his promise to build a new settlement in the occupied West Bank for the first time in more than 20 years.
Netanyahu’s state visit to UK disgraceful: Activist
It is a “disgrace” for Britain to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has killed innocent people and pushes for more wars, a prominent UK activist says.
Israel PM compares boycott campaign with Nazi brutality
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the international boycott campaign against the regime equals the sufferings imposed on the Jews during the Nazi rule in Germany.

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