Benjamin Netanyahu

IfNotNow Suggests Israeli Teen Partly to Blame for Own Murder

Far-left group echoes Hamas in claiming Israeli settlements make everyone 'less safe'

The far-left, anti-Israel organization IfNotNow blamed a slain Israeli teen for his own murder in the West Bank, saying it mourned that he was part of a controlling regime that makes everyone "less safe."

He Persisted

Column: Benjamin Netanyahu becomes Israel's longest-serving prime minister

On July 20, Benjamin Netanyahu becomes Israel's longest-serving prime minister. His first tenure lasted from 1996 to 1999. This second stint began in 2009. Bibi has won five elections since. The most recent victory, in April, was Pyrrhic. He failed to form a government. An unprecedented rematch is set for September.

Booker, Biden Leave Far-Left, Anti-Israel Activists Fuming

IfNotNow activist: Biden 'was trying to intimidate me'

Presidential candidates Sen. Cory Booker (D., N.J.) and former Vice President Joe Biden left an anti-Israel group fuming over the weekend for not answering questions to its satisfaction about pressuring the Israeli government to end its "occupation" of the Palestinians.

The New York Times’ Jewish Problem

Those who lament the resurgence of anti-Semitism in the Western world cannot overlook the role of the New York Times, which is normalizing civilization's oldest virus under the guise of defending social justice for the Palestinians against Israel.