The Labour leader has said that he attended a Palestinian cemetery to pay his respects to the victims of an Israeli air strike.Read the full story ›
Iran has hit back after Israel accused it of covering up its nuclear weapons programme before signing a deal in 2015.Read the full story ›
Portman was due to receive the award in Israel in June and said that her reasons for skipping the ceremony were solely due to Mr Netanyahu.Read the full story ›
The Israeli Prime Minister is expected to deepen his "diplomatic and economic" ties with the UK during his first meeting with Mrs May.Read the full story ›
The Israeli prime minister was questioned by police for more than three hours as part of an inquiry into corruption allegations.Read the full story ›
The Israeli prime minister said the country would stop funding for a number of UN bodies deemed as 'hostile' to Israel.Read the full story ›
Barack Obama has told reporters "as far as I can tell, there was nothing new" in Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress in which the Israeli Prime Minister slammed the US-led nuclear talks with Iran.
"The prime minister didn't offer any viable alternatives," the US President said, urging Congress to wait to evaluate a nuclear deal with Iran until an agreement is finalised. Obama said that he would only agree to a deal that prevents Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi has expressed her extreme dismay over the comments made by Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to the US Congress.
In a statement released online, she said:
As one who values the U.S. – Israel relationship, and loves Israel, I was near tears throughout the Prime Minister’s speech – saddened by the insult to the intelligence of the United States as part of the P5 +1 nations, and saddened by the condescension toward our knowledge of the threat posed by Iran and our broader commitment to preventing nuclear proliferation.
Today, Prime Minister Netanyahu reiterated something we all agree upon: a nuclear armed Iran is unacceptable to both our countries. We have all said that a bad deal is worse than no deal, and stopping the spread of nuclear weapons is the bedrock of our foreign policy and national security. As President Obama has said consistently, all options are on the table for preventing a nuclear-armed Iran.