Netanyahu says unaware of corruption linked to submarine deal – The Siasat Daily

Netanyahu: I'm ready to leave my position but there's no one to replace me

"I am ready to leave my position tomorrow as prime minister, but I have no one to leave the keys with," Netanyahu reportedly said.

Put on world stage in Paris, Netanyahu still can’t escape domestic woes

Netanyahu received VIP treatment at the WWI memorial event, but when he went in front of Israeli reporters, the submarine probe and Gaza were all anybody wanted to talk about

PERSPECTIVES | With Tracy Alexander | Sunday, November 11th 2018 | I24NEWS

Part 1 Israeli Prime Minister defends his decision to allow Qatar to pay the salaries of thousands of civil servants in Gaza and calling it the right step in order to prevent the humanitarian collapse of the Palestinian enclave. Palestinian Authority slams Hamas for this Qatari-funded deal with Israel. Right-wing Israeli activists and southern Israeli residents are protesting the assistance brought by the Israeli government to the impoverished strip as a response to the continued violence on the border, i24NEWS panelists discuss about that. Part 2 The conversation continues with the commemoration of the end of the WWI in Paris by the world leaders where French President Macron is urging the world leaders to fight for peace, but also, his critic about nationalism which is a betrayal of patriotism. Meantime, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Russian President Putin have met for the first time in Paris since the downing of a Russian spy plane by Syria. Also, Netanyahu has addressed the submarine affair at a press conference in Paris and said to have nothing to do with it. Part 3 The discussion continues with the warning of electoral fraud by Florida's Republican Governor Rick Scott and the GOP as the State orders a machine recount of votes after Tuesday's midterm elections. Also, How these midterm election results have effects on Israel and Floridians Jews who are living in the country? Part 4 President Trump's latest executive order on immigration bans people who enter the U.S. illegally from claiming asylum, but the American Civil Liberties Union is looking to block the new restrictions, arguing in a lawsuit filed Friday that the policy violates the Federal Immigration Law. Meanwhile, California sees horrendous events with the deadly wildfires that ablaze the country, but also, the mass shooting on Wednesday which raise the debate on gun control.

'One way or another, illegal Arab town near J'lem will be evacuated,' Netanyahu says in Paris on 100th anniversary of World War I Armistice.

Israeli Police Recommend Far-Reaching Indictments in German Submarine Case Israeli Police Recommend Far-Reaching Indictments in German Submarine Case

The case is an investigation into whether high ranking officials, some related to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, engaged in bribery and fraud to promote a deal to acquire submarines and warships from German conglomerate ThyssenKrupp

Amid Syria Standoff, PM Netanyahu Shifts Focus Onto Hizbullah In Lebanon - The Media Line

Netanyahu's code words for cigars, a friend's luxury yacht and one frantic call: Noose tightens around PM

Netanyahu probably understands an indictment is nearing, and is beginning to roll out his defense. The only problem: It contradicts some of the testimonies against him

The partys field activists claim the act was in protest over Netanyahus involvement in Case 3000, investigation into acquisition of submarines from Germany; "The country is sinking along with Bibi," read one of the banners attached to the installation.