Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin criticized threats made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to call for early elections should the crisis over the Israel Public Broadcasting Corporation (IPBC) not be resolved.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin told to the Jewish community of Vienna that he would not tolerate any alliances of Israeli representatives with extreme-right politicians from the Austrian Freedom Party (FOP) after Israeli figures attended a conference on anti-Semitism, organised by the party.
The Israeli foreign ministry began exploring ways for Israel to expand the medical assistance given to civilian casualties in Syria,, particularl those from Aleppo, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
Senior publishers, senior writers and editors from across the world will gather in Jerusalem on Sunday for the 3-day second Jewish Media Summit to take part in discussions on the main issues confronting Israel, the Jewish people and the Jewish news media.
‘’The two state-solution is not dead. When we will realize that there is a real partner for peace we are ready to make concessions,’’ an Israeli cabinet minister told European journalists on a press trip to Israel.