Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the decision to retroactively authorise the 50-family outpost of Havat Gilad was meant to “allow the continuation of normal life there”.
US President Donald Trump last month recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and said he would move the US Embassy there – dismaying Palestinians who claim the eastern part of the city and angering Arab states across the region.
Netanyahu accused his leftist opponents and the country’s media of trying to oust his government by pressuring investigators to indict him “at any cost” in two cases of corruption.
A former chief of staff to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has agreed to provide testimony on behalf of the state in two graft cases in which the Israeli leader has been questioned as a suspect.
When Modi visits Israel on July 4, what should we expect? Will he refer to the Palestinian cause?
Trump’s criticism of the Saudi kingdom was a return to his 2016 election campaign rhetoric when he accused them of not paying for the US security umbrella.