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Blinken: US supports Israel’s right to defence against Hamas – video

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The US secretary of state has arrived in Jerusalem at the start of a Middle East tour aimed at shoring up the Gaza ceasefire. In a joint press conference with Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, Antony Bli...

Naftali Bennett: Israel’s far-right prime minister in waiting

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Naftali Bennett does not believe in a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian crisis. His aim instead is to “manage” it in perpetuity and always from a position of ultimate Israeli control over Palestinians. The hardline ...

Israel’s fragile anti-Netanyahu coalition in race to get sworn in

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Israeli opposition politicians set on ejecting Benjamin Netanyahu from office are rushing to establish a government, as the country’s longest-serving prime minister gathered allies for an emergency meeting to strategi...

Netanyahu’s exit will not solve all of Israel’s problems – but it’s a very good start

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It could be over before it starts. As you read this, it may already be unravelling. But a new government has been formed in Israel, thereby removing the man who has ruled that country longer than anyone else. Benjamin...

Israel’s unlikely coalition: is this the end for Netanyahu?

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Israel has a new coalition government made up of eight very different parties. But having ousted Benjamin Netanyahu, can it hold together? How to listen to podcasts: everythi...

Israel’s military courts for Palestinians are a stain on international justice

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The overwhelming majority of Palestinians in the West Bank were born into, and have spent their entire lives under, an Israeli military occupation that violates their right to self-determination. A new report by the U...

Israel’s shadow war with Iran

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A spate of attacks on one of the world’s busiest shipping trade routes is part of an escalating tit-for-tat conflict playing out between Iran and Israel, says Martin Chulov, the Guardian’s Middle East correspondent ...

‘Racist and reprehensible’: Jewish Power set to enter Israel’s parliament

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After another muddied election result, Benjamin Netanyahu is betting on a partnership with a group so extreme even the prime minister’s usually unflinching backers from the pro-Israel US lobby cannot stomach it. The A...

The US media is touting Israel’s Covid recovery. But occupied Palestinians are left out

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The US media has widely lauded Israel’s vaccine success - as a country in a “post-pandemic future” of concerts and indoor dining; as a country that could teach the United States a few lessons in pandemic management; a...

Israel’s Netanyahu struggles to form government before deadline

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Benjamin Netanyahu is struggling to form a government in Israel ahead of a midnight deadline, with few signs that the country’s longest-serving leader can end more than two years of political deadlock. Following an in...

Israel’s military says ground troops have begun to attack Gaza – follow updates

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Latest news as IDF confirm ground troops attacking the Gaza Strip. It is not yet clear whether the operation is a full-scale invasion

Israel’s security cabinet approves Gaza ceasefire

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Israel’s security cabinet has approved a ceasefire to halt an 11-day bombardment of Gaza, after days of international pressure to end the bloodshed. Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office announced the “mu...