Sunday, June 17, 2018
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee—a vocal supporter of Israel—on Tuesday announced that he will run for president for a second time in 2016.
Rand Paul answered questions on Israel from a group of rabbis and Jewish leaders at the National Society for Hebrew Day School Headquarters in Brooklyn.
Chuck Schumer has broken with President Obama and will back a bill that will allow Congress to review the Iran nuclear framework deal announced last week.
President Rueven Rivlin accepted Benjamin Netanyahu's new government in a Knesset ceremony today, officially marking Bibi's fourth term as prime minister.
House Speaker John Boehner is set to travel to Israel in the near future.
Benjamin Netanyahu has received a majority of 67 Knesset members supporting his right to form the next Israeli government.
In his first interview since Israel's election, Netanyahu seemed to backtrack on far right statements against a two-state solution.
In an election with the highest turnout of voters since 1999, a record 28 women have been chosen for the 20th Knesset.
US Jewish groups have sent congratulations to Benjamin Netanyahu on his election win, making him prime minister of Israel for a fourth term.
Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party surged ahead to make clear that Bibi will likely sit as prime minister for a fourth term.


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