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Benjamin Netanyahu news and analysis from The Nation
March 23, 2021
Netanyahu Is Letting Israel’s Fascists Enter by the Front Door
A follower of Meir Kahane may join the government this week. And the Biden administration has had nothing to say about it.
February 8, 2021
Even in Death, Sheldon Adelson Will Keep Undermining Democracy
Wherever the casino magnate went, corruption—be it moral, legal, political, or cultural—was never far behind.
January 21, 2021
Biden Must Face the Facts: Israel Is an Apartheid Regime
The leading human rights organization B’Tselem has now joined others in making that claim—one that will be difficult for the Biden administration to ignore or dismiss.
November 30, 2020
The Last Few Years Have Spelled a Resounding End to the ‘Jewish Vote’
There is no longer just one Jewish community. There are several, and they are increasingly at loggerheads.
June 30, 2020
As Netanyahu Annexes the West Bank, Where Are the Democrats?
The early moves from Biden have been disappointing.
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April 29, 2020
In Israel, the Betrayal that Made Netanyahu King
Rather than join with the Arab-led list and embrace true democracy,
Benny Gantz chose chauvinism and corruption.
January 30, 2020
What’s New About Trump’s Mideast ‘Peace’ Plan? Only the Blunt Crudity of Its Racism.
From the administration’s perspective, Palestinian suffering doesn’t count because Palestinians themselves don’t count.
November 7, 2019
Protests Against Israel’s Nation-State Law Proved a More Just State Is Possible
But to make that happen, it’s time to work outside of government and to build a movement.
September 23, 2019
5 Things Progressives Need to Know About the Israeli Elections
s inconclusive election presents progressives with an opportunity.
September 16, 2019
The Israeli Elections Are a Referendum on Who Can Treat Palestinians Most Harshly
While Netanyahu’s talk of annexing parts of the West Bank caused a flurry, the reality is that few parties would oppose it.