It took him only a month back in power to bring Israel to the brink of catastrophic “regime change.”
Noga Tarnopolsky is a correspondent covering Israel and Palestine and a frequent contributor to The Daily Beast. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post and Ha'aretz among other publications.
A constitutional brawl over a minister deemed unfit to serve by Israel’s Supreme Court could mark a “fatal blow to Israel’s democracy.”
Critics of Benjamin Netanyahu say reforms to limit the authority of the supreme court will grant his coalition absolute power and overturn Israel’s constitutional rule.
Netanyahu has signed up to a host of crazy demands in an increasingly desperate bid to return to power with the support of radical right-wing coalition partners.
The New York mayor wants Congress to threaten Elon Musk and his Silicon Valley pals to take action against antisemitism and online hate-speech—or face legal consequences.
The motley crew of officials set to run Israel under Benjamin Netanyahu come with some serious baggage.
Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid has just conceded the election to the former premier.
Exit polls show the scandal-plagued former prime minister of Israel may soon rise from his political grave.
An aide to Netanyahu’s billionaire pal testified that the former Israeli PM received countless gifts from the mogul over years, from jewelry to pink champagne and $600 cigars.
Even America won’t defend Israel’s disastrous reaction to the killing of an iconic Palestinian journalist.