“Obama and Netanyahu are like little kids who have been paired together by their science teacher, but who still want to try and jab and hurt each other as much as possible.”
Courtesy of the prime minister’s Facebook page.
Israel’s prime minister had made stopping a nuclear Iran the focus of his political career. After world powers reached a deal with Tehran to slow its program, but keep it intact, Israelis began to turn on him.
“If he wants to say something he should say something,” a spokesman for the Israeli prime minister says.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went to public school in Philadelphia while King Abdullah II of Jordan went to Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts.
Twitter users from Iran lashed out after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offended many with comments he made on the BBC about…blue jeans.
Blames it on “operational mistakes.”
Settlements are “counterproductive to the cause of peace,” Obama says.
Obama thinks it’s “hard.”
Heavy snow has fallen on the region, and the Prime Minister of Israel is having a good time.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got the attention of the internet Thursday at the UN General Assembly when he pulled out a dramatic prop. (Not to be confused with Bibi-bombing.)
Hawkish American conservatives split from cautious Israelis. Romney arrives at an unsettled moment.
The Benetton “UNHATE” campaign—which includes an execution of Barack Obama smooching Hugo Chávez—just won the Press Grand Prix Lion at Cannes.
Erdan surprised his American audience with the comment.
I…don’t even know. Can anyone from Jerusalem explain this?
President Obama’s call for Israel to return to its 1967 borders prompted immediate condemnation from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, making for a tense meeting between the two at the White House. At least they made nice for the cameras.
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